Darren Aronofsly is one of my favourite directors, and he doesn't disappoint this time either. The movie had me visually transfixed. Although not as gripping or emotionally hard-hitting like his "Requiem for a Dream", I loved the imagery and metaphors built into the movie so we could interpret the story and the meaning of life in ways we wanted to. Ultimately this movie is about the tragic human condition - that for all our supposed mastery over our environment, we're impermanent and immaterial to the universe.
This movie is so dumb and annoying on so many levels. And what's with the shaky cam 90% of the time. That's not scary, just plain irritating. I think I could make a better movie. That would tell you how freaking dumb this trash is. I was rooting for all the characters to be killed actually.