Fri, 18 April 2014
Erin and Paul review two movies about humanity's struggle for survival after the entire planet is flooded. First: NOAH, Darren Aronofsky's revisionist Biblical epic starring Russell Crowe as the ark-building Old Testament prophet; then, WATERWORLD, Kevin Reynolds' 1995 post-apocalyptic adventure starring Kevin Costner as a gill-breathing mutant who reluctantly assists a woman and a small child in their quest for the planet's last piece of dry land. Gigantic rock monsters, or waterskiing pirates: which will prevail?
Plus: our quick takes on THE LOOK OF LOVE, THE SINGING DETECTIVE, and SNOWPIERCER.