Noah

So disappointing. They could have done so much with this movie (as they could have done with others. I kinda wish I was into production now…). They left out so much (I’m okay with that), they made it seem like a magic show (kinda okay with that), and they made the whole movie a drama fest (not so okay with it, but it’ll do.) What I’m not okay with is that they fibbed on a few things.

Alright, here’s where I tell you there are spoilers. So if you don’t want to know, don’t read below the picture. Understand? Good.

I’m pretty sure that Noah didn’t try to kill his grand daughters. I’m also pretty sure that Ham (one of the sons) didn’t try to harbor one of Cain’s descendants as revenge. Sure, no one knows what really happened on the ark because it isn’t documented. But, I do know a few facts. All of Noah’s sons had wives. Noah, by his actions, wasn’t going to try to end the human race after saving the animals (he had all sons). And then the guy on the mountain had the same name as a Bible character (a very distinct name) that didn’t show up until much later in the Bible. Coincidence? And what were those magic gold rocks? On top of all the discrepancies, I also had a problem with the fact that everything seemed really modern. And magical. I just can’t get over that.

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