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who is the bad guy in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah?

— Posted by The Amazing Anthony

Believe it or not but there’s  antagonist in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah that isn’t named God. Somehow Russell Crowe finds someone to beef with in the film in order to provide that proper movie magic. Could be a marketing thing too, who knows. Anyhoo, the fine folks at Paramount were kind enough to provide a video exploration of Ray Winstones character in the film. Check it out:

 

 

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3 thoughts on “who is the bad guy in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah?

  1. Noah” is awful on so many different levels. Don’t waste your money. I’m not a particularly religious guy, but I know and respect the Bible and there are no ‘Rock Monsters’ left over from “Galaxy Quest” in Genesis. No hint of a band of hippies living on moss confronting an Industrialized bunch of ‘bad guys’ with magic crystals and Iron Age weapons…that would be in Anatolia, I believe about 3,000 years ago. Its a thinly veiled plea to stop Industrialization by the pseudo-hippies in L.A. who think we should all be vegetarians and give up our cars, jets, air conditioning, etc..

  2. i love The “Superior” Anthony’s posts, just because of their sheer comic value (which i’m sure is totally unintended). please check spellings and grammar before putting them up on TMB. i really don’t know who russell “crowd” is.

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