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    Contest: Win Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' On Blu-Ray

    Washing into theatres this past spring, Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" was unlike any Bible story brought to the big screen in recent memory. Or perhaps ever. Moving away from the traditional Sunday School narrative you might remember, Aronofsky's vision was darker, but also deeply looked at the price of...

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    The Most Underrated And Underseen Films Of 2014 So Far

    No one can see everything. Particularly with prestige TV now competing for our attention, there's a lot of cultural noise out there even for the most hardcore cinephile, and with upwards of a dozen movies being released in major cities every week (not to mention VOD), it's easy for a great movie to ...

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    The Worst And Most Disappointing Films Of 2014 So Far

    We’ve said it before, notably as a lead-in to our recent Best Films Of The Year So Far feature, but 2014 is looking to be a pretty good year for the movies, with a lot more to celebrate than commiserate being unveiled this past six months. And if we can say that the week that “Transformers: Age of E...

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    Watch: Memorable, Stunning 3-Minute Creation Sequence From Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah'

    It’s hard to believe “Noah” came out less than two months ago, perhaps because we have since delved deep into the summer blockbuster season, but that is indeed the case. After much anticipation from film fans everywhere, and a strong opening weekend, “Noah” is quietly limping out of theater screens ...

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    Friday Box Office: 'Rio 2' Edges 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'; 'Noah' Plummets, 'Only Lovers' Leads Specialty Openers

    "Rio 2" took the lead in the Friday box office with $12 million reported, placing it just ahead of the second weekend for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" at $11.9 million. "Noah" plummeted in its third weekend. Three specialty openers disappointed.

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    Weekend Top Ten Box Office: Marvel's 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Smashes the Field

    Marvel/Disney's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" vacuumed up nearly 60% of the Top 10 gross of $157 million. Recent openers "Noah" (Paramount) and "Divergent" (Lionsgate) took powerful body blows and fell quickly from their modest starts. "Captain America"'s strong number distorts the overall ...

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    Darren Aronofsky Explains Why He Didn’t Direct ‘The Wolverine’ & ‘Man Of Steel’

    After years of being a celebrated indie, relatively non-mainstream filmmaker, director Darren Aronofsky has the number one movie in the country with his biblical epic “Noah” (and it should be noted it’s a pretty dark, non-mainstreamy tentpole). And while he’s flirted with many super hero movies over...

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    Career Watch: Will ‘Noah’ Prove a Blessing for Russell Crowe?

    Russell Crowe has often proved his own worst enemy over the years, but "Noah" proves that he's still a major movie star. Can he get out of his own way?

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    Darren Aronofsky Strikes Again: Here Are 5 Ways 'Noah' Is Just Like 'The Fountain'

    Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," which stars Russell Crowe as the titular ark-builder, is nothing if not ambitious. It's a film whose scope is matched by its fidgety experimentalism. It's a movie that pretends to be a biblical epic in the style of something like "The Ten Commandments," but features a sequ...

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    Read: Poem Darren Aronofsky Wrote In Seventh Grade That Inspired 'Noah'

    Opening at number one this weekend, and doing solid business overseas, despite a slightly rocky production, Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" looks like it might come out of it okay. Whether or not it reaches the $320 million "Black Swan" notched worldwide remains to been (it doesn't look likely), this is p...

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