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Still shot from the movie: Noah.


The biblical story of Noah (played by Russell Crowe) makes a big splash on the big screen. The movie recounts his prophetic decision to build an ark to protect his family, along with the Earth's animals, before God sends a global flood. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: C
Violence: D+
Sexual Content: B-
Language: B+
Drugs/Alcohol: C
Run Time: 138
Theater Release: 28 Mar 2014
Video Release: 29 Jul 2014
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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MamaKitty says: Mar. 29, 2014

Please do not waste your time or money watching this movie.  It is pure sacrilegious and blasphemous to the Word of God.  Study to show yourself approved. II Timothy 2:15. The world is full of debauchery. We don’t need to advocate for more by paying to see 2+ hrs of an Atheist’s distorted view of the Bible. The movie does NOT have a Scriptural founding. Pretty sure he never read God’s Word.  Wasted opportunities for everyone involved to see the truth and promises God has provided!

Fran Fine says: Mar. 31, 2014

I’m sorry we saw “Noah” Saturday.  What a blasphemous, heretical, ridiculous waste of time and money! The only relationship to the truth was the misuse of the names: Noah, Ham, Shem, and Japheth.  The Prophet Noah was depicted as a confused, simpering, drunkard with no guidance from God.  Magic stones, instant forests, rock monsters, sons attempting patricide, evil stow-away; give me a break.  Even if I was not familiar with the Bible, it wasn’t a good enough movie to squander even matinee prices on.  I’m surprised the three big-name actors allowed their time in it.  There were few good special effects.  I hope no one else pays for and therefore supports this movie.

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