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Noah Hits the Big Screen

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The movie advertisement above captures the theme of the movie Noah.

The movie advertisement above captures the theme of the movie Noah.

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The movie advertisement above captures the theme of the movie Noah.

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Grab some popcorn, a pickle, and a ticket because the movie Noah was released Friday March 28th. The film is based on the biblical story Noah, a world ravaged by human sin. The main character, Russel Crow, who plays Noah, is given a mission to build an ark to help save the innocent from the coming flood. The film is rated PG-13 so many teens have hit the theatres this weekend.

“Noah was a long movie but I really liked the meaning that came with the picture,” sophomore Sofia Salazar said.

Lasting two hours and eighteen minutes the picture has captured a chunk of $44 million dollars this past weekend. With the film out less than a full week the leading actors and actresses including Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Ray Winstone have received a worthwhile pay check.

“After I heard how much the movie made this past weekend I was amazed on how many tickets that could be,” senior Sami Mousa said.

Knowing the natural disaster is coming, Noah and his family begin to build an arc from a forest that was grown overnight from one seed.

After many months, Noah and his family have finished the arc. With the word spreading from the outsiders, there are many arguments Noah’s family and the community face because the society believes that they should have a spot reserved for them on the arc.

“I am familiar with the story of Noah and the movie helped me understand the meaning and problems Noah had on his journey to satisfy his leader,” junior Venu Thirumala said.

The film has captured many viewers’ attention. Fortunately, the movie has had an audience of all ages which creates a welcoming environment according to freshman Hridee Hawk.

The picture is currently in local theatres, and helps many people understand the biblical story of Noah.

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