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'Noah' and the beside-the-point religion question
'Noah' and the beside-the-point religion question

The box office results of Russell Crowe's “Noah” this weekend ushered in, as it inevitably would, report cards on how the movie fared with religious audiences. The run-up to the film’s release included plenty of conversation about whether director Darren Aronofsky sufficiently took into account more devotional readings of the text (and, more to the point, people who have devotional readings of the text). The post-release debate could, then, only continue that examination, asking to what extent the film's $44 million in U.S. box office came from that constituency, and the feelings toward the movie from same. In one sense these are fair questions. Aronofsky and...

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