Jon Stewart Takes Down Noah Critics: ‘They Didn’t See the F*cking Movie!’

For years, conservatives have been demanding more religious content from Hollywood. But now that Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is a bona fide box office hit, many are not sure they like what they see. Last night, Jon Stewart took on some of the Noah “haters,” who he suspect did not even “see the fucking movie” in the first place.

Pundits like Glenn Beck and Fox News’ resident priest are extremely disappointed in the film, especially the fact it uses the word “creator” in place of “God.”

“If only someone in the Noah film, maybe someone like Noah’s son, Ham, said something clear and unequivocal like, quote, ‘My father said there can be no king. The Creator is God,'” Stewart said, reading from an NBC News article on the film. “That would clarify –- Oh, right. They didn’t see the fucking movie.”

But what’s even worse than (not) leaving out the word ‘God?'” Dispensing with the ending that people like The Five’s Dana Perino remember so well from childhood in which “everybody lives happily ever after.”

“Everybody? Nobody lives!” Stewart said. “Everybody is one family and two of every animal! Everybody else drowned!”

Watch video below, via Comedy Central:

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