Although the first 30 minutes of the film may feel a bit off-putting, Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" is a very well-made update on the old bible story that everyone knows, but with many things added that many be questionable to people of Catholic religion. If you are able to accept additions and changes, you will probably love this film for what it is. After being told that a massive flood will destroy all of mankind, Noah sees that he must build an ark for himself, his family, and two of every animal on the planet, but there is an evil side who wants what he has, and stone giants known as "the watchers" will protect Noah's Ark. To some, this film may even feel like an insult, but to me, it's their own take for entertainment purposes, and I was okay with that. At times it's hard to bear, it had me in tears, and Russell Crowe delivers a terrific performance yet again. It's cinematography is great, direction superb, and the script is much better than I expected. I feel that it's green screening could have been a bit improved but that's just me. I had a great time watching "Noah," because it delivers on Thrills, Suspense, Drama, and staying true to the material (in so many ways). If you go in with an open mind, I highly recommend it!