People who wanted a strictly biblical movie will be disappointed and so will people who wanted a purely scientific story (not that there are many of those people) but it is still a good movie. The time lapse sequences are beautiful and the visual style is really high quality. The story is interesting although there are numerous parts that are unintentionally funny (Anything Anthony Hopkins does, Noah throwing Firecrackers at other boats, etc.). It's worth a watch.
Typical Malick genius. The characters motivations and actions are not only real, but they're expertly crafted. The photography is stunning, as it always is in Malick films. It isn't the most eventful movie though, so unless you can wait a couple dozen minutes for things to develop you won't like this movie.
A plain but fun movie about what if situations played out by philosophy students on their last day of class. The bulk of the movie is entertaining enough to keep you watching and there are some reasonably high points but nothing incredible. Then it has three points where it seems like it's going to end. The first is a disappointment, the second is absolutely hilarious, made up for the disappointment, and should have been the actual ending, and then the actual ending is an eye roller. Worth a watch