Overall Rank: 6768
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 90
Theatrical Release Date: 03/28/2014
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 07/29/2014
Genre: Drama, Fantasy
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Actors: Emma Watson, Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Logan Lerman, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth
Plot: After being given a vision of a coming Apocalyptic flood, Noah and his family prepare a great ark to survive the coming storm. -- Chris Kavan
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/07/2019
It will most likely prove difficult for those seeking a strictly biblical account of the story of "Noah," but Darren Aronofsky's modern epic is ultimately as brilliant as it is visually capturing and narratively puzzling.
Ian - wrote on 09/15/2015
Not a great movie. Emma Watson was in it, so there 1 point. Russell Crowe plays a overzealous father who is determined to carry out the extinction of humanity because he believes it to be God's will. Some rock monsters attack people and they fight, so there's another 1/2 point. Other than that, I really didn't see anything worthwhile here.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 04/19/2014
When this movie was finish I sawed a guy on the street dragging a big cross down the street like Jesus. This movie has good visual effect's and Russell Crowe was good as Noah, but this movie was boring and way to long and by the way Noah kills babies in this movie.
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SIngli6 - wrote on 01/06/2019
What an absolutely diabolical waste of time. The themes Darren Aronofsky wishes to explore here (environmentalism, the morality of the divine mandate, man's nature) are substantial, which makes his utter inability to even begin chewing the massive chunk of biblical text he bit off all the more apparent. The story of Noah does not need to be contorted into a tale of one man's struggle between love of family and love of God. For starters, the story of Abraham and Isaac is literally about that and is in the same bloody book.
The fact everyone in the cast plays this truly epic tale with the emotional investment of a Star Wars prequel character really tells you everything you need to know about the daftness of the screenplay and the production design. I have no idea why the angels are …
cinegeek.de - wrote on 03/28/2016
Noah ist ein bizarrer Film. ein moderner Blockbuster: Neben am Computer generierten Monstern, gibt es Massen-Szenen, eine gewaltige Flut und nicht zuletzt die Arche. Aber: Noah ist kein Blockbuster von der Stange, eher ein surrealer Albtraum und eine Parabel über menschliche Gier, basierend auf dem alten Testament. Noch spezificher: Das ist Darren Aronofskys Interpretation der Bibel, denn er hat einige Änderungen vorgenommen. Bedient hat sich Arronofsky nicht nur bei älteren Bibel-Verfilmungen, sondern auch bei anderen Religionen und Mythologien. Aufzuspüren gibt es Elemente aus Kain und Abel oder der Vertreibung aus dem Paradies. Die beeindruckendste Szenen ist herausgerissen aus dem Erzählfluss und zeigt die Entstehung des Universums, der Big Bang Theorie folgend. Fast schon …
ikkegoemikke - wrote on 02/16/2015
“We broke the world - we did this. Man did this. Everything that was beautiful, everything that was good, we shattered. Now, it begins again.”
I really wonder what's so terribly bad about the movie "Noah". Granted, it smells a bit like commercializing the book of all books (And I think this still is the most ingenious elaborated marketing plan ever devised in human history. This marketing plan made sure a book was written that will dominate the list of bestsellers in perpetuity. Probably until the end of the world ...) in compliance with all film adaptations of other literature (some great, some bad). After "The Lord of the Rings", "Harry Potter", "The Hunger Games", "Divergent" and other similar books susceptible to commercialization, it seems like Hollywood has found a Biblical …
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