It's very difficult to objectively experience Noah, a biblical story which has been… MoreIt's very difficult to objectively experience Noah, a biblical story which has been around for centuries. The film contradicts itself by glorifying religion, yet at the same time, putting it down by telling us that family and love are more important. We have mystical rock monsters protecting Noah's ark and thousands of animals showing up out of nowhere to board a vessel made out of trees which came from a single seed. I'm not offended, but flabbergasted that the great Darren Aronofsky accepted the offer to stand at the helm. This film was made for people that have blindingly strong theistic values, and for that reason, I cannot properly score it.
One of the best and most entertaining movies of 2013. Leo and Jonah… MoreOne of the best and most entertaining movies of 2013. Leo and Jonah Hill are both incredible. Everyone is incredible. The three hours flew.