I Did Not See That Coming

Posted: March 28, 2014 by veeshir in Random Crap

Wait, yes I did (warning, annoying fucking link that continually reloads and slows down your computer to a fucking crawl), and so did anybody who’s paying any attention at all to the Hollywood. They just cannot allow anything but lefty ‘values’ be shown in a good light.

A recap of Noah (The way it should have been done!!!!!) full of spoilers.

Now if you read this blog you’d know I used to be Catholic but now I’m not but I don’t hate religion, I just don’t believe.

But, as you’d also know if you read this blog, I’m sick of people taking shots at religion, that annoys the crap out of me and reflects poorly on me as an atheist-leaning-agnostic.

This movie is one long shot at religion and the Bible. Rebooting it into an allegory for how man sucks, all the prophets are worse than the dead, white, slave-owning, so-called “Founding Fathers” and really, the fallen angels were not all that bad.

You know a movie is bad when the reviewer has to repeatedly say, “I am not kidding”.

It’s full of rock monsters, glowing aliens (Adam and Eve) and how Mankind needs to die, I am not kidding.

Just rent The Greatest Story Ever Told if you need a Bible fix.


  1. Leonard Jones says:

    I hear that it is also sprinkled with a dose of global warming. Leave it to the
    Hollywood left to produce a movie version of the Noah’s Ark story and state
    in the ads that it is an accurate interpretation of the the biblical story.

    It sounds a lot like 300, that comic book stylized version of the battle of
    Thermopylae. The 1962 version of this story starring Richard Egan
    had it’s problems, but at least there were no mutants or monsters.

    I really hope this becomes Russel Crowe’s Waterworld!

  2. jokelly65 says:

    this surprises people LOL.

  3. Leonard Jones says:

    IMHO Starship Troopers is probably more believable, Zone Troopers or Trancers
    would be higher on my list of movies. The worst movie I ever saw (Run Bitch Run)
    was actually so bad it was good, much like the Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes.

  4. Paul Moore says:

    Would it help your agnosticism to know that my wife turned on a radio in the middle of the night a week after she died?
    There was no one else in the house who could have done it, unless maybe the dog was bored.

    • veeshir says:

      I appreciate what you’re trying to do, but my unbelief is not a rebellion against my parents’ religion and it was not a spur of the moment decision, it came after years of thought.

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