Call it an ironic coincidence or divine intervention, but a recent screening of the new film Noah was cancelled after a Dallas movie theater flooded.
As the rain fell on the big screen, a sudden rush of water filled the entire movie theater. A representative of the theater stated it was nothing more than a pipe bursting at an inopportune time, but some of the patrons believed it was a sign from God.
“I was a bit perturbed that the movie did not follow what was taught in the Bible and I considered walking out,” a moviegoer stated. “I knew once that water fell God was telling us, ‘either get out of here or you are going to die.’ On my way out I saw two rats run by trying to escape the water, and I thought maybe god wanted me to save them — So I put them in my nacho box and they were able to float to safety. I think he chose me for a reason.”
Though the rising water did not reach biblical proportions, it was certainly enough to frighten many moviegoers.
‘Noah,’ which was released to North American theaters on March 28, 2014, stars Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Anthony Hopkins, and Douglas Booth. The film has received mixed reviews, with many unhappy that the film did not follow the story in the Bible.
Glenn Beck recently offered his opinion about the movie, stating:
“I would love to be able to come and report that the movie is great, but I can’t. It is awful, but it is not for the reasons that the reviewer said on Friday. It is awful for 100 other reasons.
Friday, we talked about the review. And in the review, it says it was a heavy-handed environmental movie and there was no mention of God… The review made it sound like this was a godless climate change movie. I believe that it is not a godless climate change movie. It’s more like Sinbad the Sailor meets Shining and Friday the 13th, with a sprinkle of Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome.”