Bible, The Review

Bible, The

by William Thomas |
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Well, the first half of Genesis. Burdened by its own weighty purpose, John Huston’s slog from Eden to Isaac is a diplodocus of dreariness even Peter O’Toole’s angel can’t liven up. Noah and Babel are epically mounted, but you can practically hear the pages turning.

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