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Movie Details

Title:   Noah
Director:   Darren Aronofsky
Year:   2014
Genre:   Epic
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   11.16.14

Other Movies Seen By This Director (3)
- Black Swan
- The Fountain
- The Wrestler

Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
11.16.14Netflix Well that was a little different than I expected it to be. Especially the third act. And the first act. And part of the second act. Umm... let's see... what do I think of this... Since I'm pretty far from any sort of organized religion these days I spent most of the movie half-remembering learning the story of Noah in like 1st grade and trying to think if these names were important or something like that. Like is Na'El where we get nihilism from? And was that seed pod the same prop that they used at the end of The Fountain?

These are probably not the questions Aronofsky wanted me to have but whatever... They could've been worse... like "what the fuck is a rock monster doing here?" I don't THINK I hated it... but I certainly won't be seeing this again or really thinking about it much after finishing these notes. It's interesting to watch careers develop over the years. Even movies I really respect and admire like Pi And Requiem for a Dream I don't want to watch over and over again. This is really... really really weird but I feel like The Fountain might be my fave Aronofsky movie. That surprises me... but if someone came in here and forced me to watch one of his movies RIGHT NOW it would be The Fountain. I know Requiem is better but it's such a hard movie to watch... Huh... I'm realizing right now that Aronofsky is not one of my favorite directors... I mean I like him and respect his work and all that and I certainly don't think he sucks but... I'm just in no hurry to see his movies anymore. How strange.
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