Human barbarism and warfare have ravaged the landscape. Noah (Russell Crowe), a peaceful man, just wants to live a righteous life with his family. Every night, Noah has visions of death by water, followed by renewed life on Earth.
He's sent word from the Creator that a great flood is coming that will destroy the world and all life. When Noah begins to build a giant ark in order to save himself, his loved ones and two of every species from the impending flood, he's approached by an army of men who want to take over the boat in an effort to save themselves.
Arnon Milchan, Mary Parent, Darren Aronofsky, Scott Franklin
Darren Aronofsky, Ari Handel
"so real, and brings out a deeper understanding of our origin and continuation here on earth"
"Really had high hopes for this film. I've loved everything Russell Crowe has been in, however I couldn't watch this movie. I got about 10 minutes in and the rock monsters appeared and I thought, WTF? I'm not a religious person, so I don't care if the story followed the bible, however, rock monsters? Again WTF?"
"Very sad that this movie was not enjoyable. Crowe and Emma Watson were good, but the rest of the cast over-acted their respected roles - especially Jennifer Conolly."