Giveway: Win Aronofsky’s Movie ‘Noah’ Plus Umbrella to Keep You Dry

To celebrate the DVD/Blu-Release of Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical Epic Noah, we’re giving away two prize packs. In addition to a DVD/Blu-Ray combo, you’ll get:

  • Black Novelty NOAH Umbrella (lightning bolt print underside)
  • Soft brown leather NOAH journal
  • NOAH pen with wooden case


Leave a comment about the movie below to enter. One entry per household, please. We will select winners on August 1.

Read my review of the film. I quite liked it.

Check out my interview with Darren Aronofsky and co-writer Ari Handel.

Read my argument that people of faith should embrace the film.

 

UPDATE: Winners have been selected and are being notified. Thanks for entering!

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  • StRalph

    Terrific film. If Christopher Robin had been around during Noah’s time, he could have made a boat out of this umbrella.

  • Andoverblogger

    This was a fantastic film! Darren Aronofsky has really matured as a filmmaker, has has crafted a movie that is fun for all audiences yet still has underlying themes to dig out.

  • Bernie Wallace

    I missed this movie when in theaters but really wanted to see it. That is one very cool umbrella.

  • greig spencer

    cznt wait to see this film again its brilliant

  • Janet Humphrey

    Looking forward to seeing this soon

  • Melanie McNair

    Would love to catch this film. Didn’t see it as we don’t have a cinema near us

  • gerry easton

    great film

  • Jasper C.

    A bit of a washout.

  • maci234

    FANDABIDOZY

  • jason

    i wonder if there was giants made of rock in noah’s time to protect the ark,because i always wondered how he stopped all those desperate people getting on the ark?

  • Pete Cleasby

    seeing the film is a good match to how you remember the original telling of the Ark

  • Sian Brindlow

    Sorry but I found the film quite boring compared to his other films. It’s not a bad film, just nowhere near as good as Black Swan, The Wrestler or The Fountain imho.


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