Noah - AVForums Review

lucasisking

Distinguished Member
Gripping review Cas; you make the film seem like and extremely tempting controversial treat. I am one of those people you mention in the second part of your review; a conscionable atheist with a disdain for the vulgarities and cruelties of the OT. Despite that, or perhaps because of it, I'll find it hard to ignore this movie. Besides, I love a good fantasy epic.

Looking forward to it :smashin:.
 

randompolyphony

Active Member
Great review, think I might see this one!

btw
Penultimate paragraph
"...and expects is to believe that the threat..."
should the is be an us ??

 

Neil69

Active Member
I saw it last night in IMAX at the Trafford Centre. I thought it was tedious. The only thing that kept me awake was the stupidly loud soundtrack. Was there any need to have it so flippin loud? I had my fingers in my ears at the really loud bits. Thank God my IMAX tickets were freebies coz I would have been gutted to have had to pay to see the film
 

hlhorner

Novice Member
I saw this there other night and didn't think it was very good, i wouldn't pay for this film but we all like different things :), now the quiet ones, that was a brilliant film worth watching
 

Razor

Member
I thought this movie wasn't very good at all. 5/10
 

QuestShield

Distinguished Member
Thought it quite good, some superb visuals.
You're right about Emma Watson whilst showing some passable acting in this movie I would still say she is the female equivalent of Orlando Bloom.
 

Solomon Grundy

Distinguished Member
Terrible. Boring story with some kind of rock based transformers involved and CGI twin babies toward the end. I didn't spot any pandas among the animals either which was a huge mistake on the directors part because everyone knows that pandas are brilliant. Emma Watson is hilariously bad. 3/10.
 

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