Screen Bites: Ep. 63 – Noah (Guest: Tyler Smith)

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On this episode of Screen Bites, a co-hostless Jeremy is joined by Tyler Smith (writer/podcaster at Battleship Pretension and podcaster at More Than One Lesson) to discuss Darren Aronofsky’s Noahwhich was released in theaters this past Friday. Besides reviewing the film, which shows Aronofsky working with CGI, a large budget, and the studio system, they discuss the storm of controversies surrounding Noah‘s release, how the film deviates from the Bible, and whether or not the film is blasphemous to a Christian audience.

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Check back this Thursday for a bonus episode with Tyler, and next Sunday when we’ll review Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier.