Comment: I haven't seen the movie either,

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I haven't seen the movie either,

but would you consider deuteronomical books, those books rejected by those who put the "canonical" bibles together, something that a movie that depicts the story of Noah in a different frame that takes some license, but not much, from those stories a drastic departure from the main story?

People here claim that Hollywood is to blame for the misunderstanding between those that have read what their King James Bible of the version says and what the movie says. However, if you take into account the deuteronomical books, you have much of Hollywood's vision; or more accurately, Darren Aronofsky's vision of the story that is told.

Again, I haven't seen the movie, but based off of what the complaints have been and my own research, the complaints are based on ignorance of the history of Judaism and Christianity.

Love thy enemy.