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Thoughts On Ridley Scott’s “Exodus: Gods and Kings” Brought On By Today’s Readings

On Thursdays, I usually lector at the parish within walking distance of my office. What with Noah in theaters now, and more biblical films to come, it shouldn’t surprise you that I thought about the Ridley Scott film on Exodus … Continue reading

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Behold! “Noah And His Floating Zoo”

It’s the version of the deluge tale that we’ve all been waiting for. Roll clip!

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Latest Bid To Keep You Away From Theaters: Gnostic “Noah” Is Tunneling Under Your House! UPDATED

Because it’s not enough just to not care for a movie. De gustibus non est disputandum, you say? You have no idea what kind of fire you are playing with, you innocents! Because Aronofsky’s “Noah” in like gnostic nitroglycerin, and, believe it … Continue reading

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Fr. Robert Barron Weighs Anchor On “Noah” UPDATED With Video Commentary

From the guy who practically invented engaging the culture with a Catholic perspective (via social media), a positive review of Noah by Father Robert Barron.

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Darren Aronofsky On The Colbert Report, And Other Catholic Film Favorites By Unlikely Directors.

As in-depth as a 7 minute interview can get. Language warning (oh, Stephen!).

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I Watched “Noah,” And Didn’t Lose My Faith

Actually, Joe Six-Pack did the unthinkable and saw two (count ’em!) movies this weekend. The first was for a date night with my wife, and the second was because of all the hullabaloo about Darren Aronofsky’s latest effort. Since you’re … Continue reading

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“Variety” Reports That 98% Of Religious Audiences Gave “Noah” A Thumbs Down UPDATED

Shocked. Shocked, I am. That folks who actually know the account from Genesis are disappointed when folks who , you know, don’t, and make a film about it anyway, comes as no surprise to me. Or as Variety puts it, 

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