Noah Movie Review: Director Controversy
A great family movie, Noah! For everyone who loves the book of Noah which is a bible story, the new version of Noah is good clean fun. While it’s not meant to be an exact depiction of the Biblical story, its action packed, interesting, and a pleasing use of biblical history, modern innovation, evolution and science. The movie is presented in a non-biased way that can please all religions beliefs, but will you be watching?
Noah – Official Trailer (2014) [HD] Russel Crowe,…:
“The film was made for believers and non-believers,”
– Director: Darren Aronofsky
The controversy with this movie is that the director is said to be an atheist, and the fact that he directed a Bible based film doesn’t sit right with everyone. This sparks a question does it matter the religious origin of the movies you watch and/or products you use? What if you found out some of your favorite products where by religion’s you didn’t support? Would you still support? If someone is not trying to convert you and your fine in you own belief system, should it matter? Or are you now going to case everything you have? The couch you sit on, that Tide detergent, that In In Out cup with the Bible scripture at the bottom, even the car you drive all represent products that we use and don’t necessarily know the belief system or origin that made them. Don’t stop your life, your fun, joy, etc. trying to worry about things that don’t compromise your true belief, but use your own better judgment and discretion.
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