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  1. Overstreet

    Noah (2014)

    Looks like Aronofsky's Noah movie is still moving forward. Time to give it a thread of its own.
  2. A teaser-trailer is up. I wasn't a big fan of Requiem for a Dream, and yet I'm eager to see Aronofsky's new film. He's an impressive stylist. Time will tell if he's more than that. I'm also excited that he's going to direct an upcoming episode of Lost.
  3. I wonder if Christian reviewers will get as excited about the Christ imagery in this upcoming Aronofsky film as they did about his last one, The Wrestler.
  4. Whoa! Darren Aronofsky's The Wrestler just won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
  5. Mark

    Pi (1998)

    I did a search under "Aronofsky" to see if we had a thread about this already, but didn't turn one up. Feel free to redirect me if we do. Since we'll soon be voting on new nominations for the top 100, I've made it a mission to see as many as possible before the vote. This week I've managed to knock off The Grapes of Wrath, In the Heat of the Night, The Royal Tenenbaums and Pi. The first three were great, but of the four, Pi is the only one I'd consider to really delve into spiritual territory. So, that said ... what the heck did it all mean? If all goes as planned, I'm rewatching it tonigh
  6. I diligently searched the board and didn't find any threads about this movie, which shocks the petunias out of me. I just watched this last night. Best Buy had a deal for Pi and Requiem for 14 bucks, so I snatched them up. Pi I had already seen. I'm really curious to know what others here on the board this of this film. Immediately after watching it, I watched it again with the director's commentary, hoping that Aranonfsky would shed some light on what I should think about this movie. He did, and he didn't. He did, by letting me know I didn't miss anything. All through the movie, I had b
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