SmackAMack’s Blog

March 28, 2009

Noah’s Ark – TV Review and Film

Filed under: Film Review,TV Review — smackamack @ 9:21 pm

noahsarc-2ndseasonPlot: Noah’s Arc is an American cable television dramedy. The show integrated socially-relevant issues such as same sex dating, same sex marriageHIV/AIDS awareness, infidelity, sexual curiosity, promiscuityhomophobiagay bashing and same sex parenthood. It had parallels to and has been cited as an African-American version of the shows Sex and the CityQueer as FolkThe Golden Girls and has also been cited as a gay version of the shows Living Single and Girlfriends. The series was canceled in 2006 and was adapted into a 2008 film. The film Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom served as a follow-up of the series.

Ok, so I was really bored today and decided to check out what was on Netflix instant play.  Someone had told me about this show a while back because it was supposedly the black-gay male version of the L Word.  Anyway, it’s actually really bad.  The acting is terrible, its really low production value…but I couldn’t stop watching it.  I ended up watching both Season 1 and 2 and then the movie they made.  What a loser I really am.

I recommend this for people who are either TV addicts such as myself, or people who are interested in the gay tv movement (L Word, Queer as Folk etc).  It’s definitely interesting and good for a laugh.  3/5 stars.

Ps. Did I mention it was by MTV Logo?!

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