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This was an amazing film! Much better then the critics think. Admittedly this movie channels some anime dialogue and story elements so it may seem a bit odd to those who donï¿ 1/2 1/2(TM)t like or watch anime. That being said it more then makes up for it with the action. The effects were awesome. The cast did a great job.
I cannot wait to buy this and see it again! I want a sequel so badly!!
This was a very good movie. It doesn't deserve the negativity it has been getting. It was beautifully made. The acting was good but nothing about the characters really stood out. Only one character stuck in my mind and that's cause he was the one telling the story. The effects with the whale were well used too. Overall this was a basic story about whaling. It wasn't anything too amazing, but history-wise and in terms of a story it was enjoyable.
Too many people got hung up on Hemsworth being in he film, but I'm glad they sort of underplayed it. This isn't a popcorn film like Avengers. This is some serious subject matter. I applaud the direction. I only wish more character development had been included.
I personally loved this movie. The unique take on an old story was very refreshing. Contrary to many peoples thoughts this may be a more "accurate" retelling if you include the book of Enoch.
Visually it was sweeping, epic, and engrossing. The actors were superb for the most part ( a few gripes here and there).
I'm really happy they took a religious text and worked to inject a bit of science into it. That little extra made it all the more plausible.
It's a shame Exodus didn't take a few notes from this film.
Surprisingly boring. The main leads seemed to be phoning in their rolls. The editing was abrupt and it just seemed to jump from event to event with little transition or context. This was basically the story of Moses retold as a historical epic which barely referenced any of the religious subject matter. And at two and a half hours this movie , despite the quick cuts, it seemed to drag on, and on, and on.
Do yourself a favor and skip this. I enjoyed Noah much more...at least it had a cohesive story that didn't hide its true origins. Or watch Prince of Egypt instead. At least that film held true to the story and didn't try to reinvent itself like Exodus did. Exodus took so many liberties with the plot.
I'm done. Moving on.