Noah (3D): Film Review

Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is a cinematic retelling of the ‘Book of Genesis’ story – Noah’s Ark. An out and out fantasy venture, Darren Aronofsky’s big-budget epic – Noah is brimmed with ambiguity.

With a powerful cast comprising Anthony Hopkins, Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly and Emma Watson, Noah took the biblical story to a whole new level. Even with the dramatic concoction of the plot and characters, Noah, may look a little farcical at some parts.
 
However, Darren Aronofsky carefully plays with the narratives of Noah. Even though it is a Biblical story, Aronofsky is adroit in making it untraditional. Leaving room for speculation, Noah goes beyond the elementary Bible story.
 
Russell Crowe as Noah is inexorable. He has been cast perfectly for the protagonist’s role. He is audacious and one may notice the slight fanaticism in the later part of the movie. Noah’s visions of cataclysm has been beautifully scripted. Jennifer Connelly as Nameh does a fine job. Infact, Noah is a promising reunion between ‘The Beautiful Mind’ stars. The duo had a commendable chemistry on screen, however, Crowe stole the show. We don’t get to see much of Anthony Hopkins as Methuselah, even though he has a very vital role in the movie. Emma Watson as Ila looks too pretty to be in a prehistoric doomsday. The movie’s super villain is Tubal-Cain (Ray Winstone). There is a silly action sequence between Noah and Tubal-Cain, which completes the action-drama part of this Biblical epic.
 
What’s really noteworthy is the Evolution Montage which has been brilliantly done. The CGI wasn’t something out of the ordinary, but certain scenes like the flood, the watchers: fallen angels (might remind you of The Transformers) and amassing of the animals are amazing.
 
Besides the razzle-dazzle, Noah might make you a little impatient for a loo break.
 
Why must you watch the film?
A religion based movie isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. However, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah presented a well-worn Biblical parable in the grandest way. Watch it for Russell Crowe’s stellar performance. 

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