Skip to comments.Glenn Beck Saw ‘Noah’ Over the Weekend, and He’s Calling It the ‘Babylonian Chainsaw Massacre’
Posted on 03/26/2014 11:38:49 PM PDT by GraceG
Glenn Beck was invited to see Noah by an executive vice president of Paramount Pictures over the weekend, who requested that the multimedia personality see the movie before taking a position on it with his audience.
I felt like kind of a dirtball, basing my review on something that I hadnt seen, on someone elses review, Beck said on radio Monday. Thats what people do to me. They dont listen or watch, then they review. It was wrong of me to do.
Unfortunately though Beck said everyone at Paramount was extremely gracious he has only more words of warning for his audience after sitting through the entire epic.
The review made it sound like this was a godless climate change movie, Beck said. I believe that it is not a godless climate change movie. Its more take Sinbad the Sailor meets The Shining and Friday the 13th, with a sprinkle of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
Beck said strongly: If you are looking for a biblical movie, this is definitely not it Its not the story of Noah that I was hoping for. If you are going for that, you will be horribly disappointed.
Among the specific scenes Beck took issue with, he referenced the giant rock people that sprung up to help Noah with his tasks.
2014 is going to be a hoot....
Rock people? That’s in FROZEN ! What’s going on with the rocks ?
What? No Ents?
Babylonian Chainsaw Massacre
They took my baby away from me
But shell never get out of there
Shell never get out of there
I dont care, a woah-woah . . .
based on what Beck has said, is the Noah portrayed in the movie the Noah according to Mohammed?
I may be understanding texts wrong, but I think while the Christian and Jewish texts have God as the one disappointed in mankind, and so it was He who decided on the Flood, and decided to save a good Noah and his good wife, the koran texts have Noah as the one who went to God and asked God to destroy all the evil people - that it was Noah’s call for the Flood and God obliged him. And that Noah’s wife was not a good person.
I doubt I’ll be paying money to see rock people, in any case.
I love giant rocks.... but people? I don’t know.
Are these rock people conservatives or liberals?
Paramount had the opportunity to cut a respectable portrayal, but it chose not to. I won’t be going out of my way to see the movie.
They sell insurance, Prudential, get a piece of the Rock, and all that.
ObamaCare would work out well, since all their customers are going to drown in the next few hours.
liberals. where do you think the idea for Agenda 21 came from? from those blasted rock people, that’s where
So for weeks and weeks he has been bashing this movie with no proof. He goes to see the movie finds out it was not what he has been bashing. It still was not a good movie, but he has been lying for weeks. Shameful!
Boycott all movies and let the chips fall where they may. Who really needs them anyway? There are millions of ways to entertain yourself and movies are (IMO) a HUGE waste of money. Do something constructive, go fishing, anything but waste your time watching garbage.
He wasn’t expecting the Noah of the Bible was he?
I supplied all of the logs for the Ark,so I will go see them.
Pray America is Waking Up
Gadzooks! Why can't we get back... to traditional films about fundamental religion like we had in past years!
One particularly comes... to mind:
Okay, Bendy, I can... make that happen--
Thanks Liz... I knew you could do it.
Yet, in politics, things... are the same.
Yeah, Bend, the Democrats... still consider me the Devil--
No, they don't really, Sarah. They are either scared of you and your ideas... or they want to sleep with you but they know they never, ever had a chance in Hell of doing so--
Who says all actress/models... are stupid?
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