All our servers are currently overloaded. Please try again later or get our premium subscription.Get PremiumRefresh pageWe are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.Get PremiumWatch on MixDrop/MyStream
NoahThe film is made based on the story about Noah in Bible. The Creator realizes that humans are ruining the world and themselves. He decides to completely destroy the world by a deluge. However, one person who represents to the good side of humans – Noah – is chosen to know the plan. He makes the ship for his family and animals to pass through the deluge cleaning all the sin.Keywords:
Actors of "Noah"
Characters of "Noah"
Directors of "Noah"Darren AronofskyBirthdate: 12 February 1969, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Noah"Darren AronofskyBirthdate: 12 February 1969, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USAAri Handel
Critic Reviews of "Noah"TabletDecember 31, 2015
The film oscillates between glitzy existential horror and somber showbiz spectacle.New YorkerApril 07, 2014
In a single sequence, Aronofsky combines creationism, Darwinian evolution, original sin, the end of days, and radical environmentalism.Chicago ReaderApril 03, 2014
For all the high-tech showmanship on display, this retelling of Noah and the Ark marks a serious effort to engage with the Old Testament as a literary text.ChristyLemire.comMarch 29, 2014
In some ways, Noah resembles one of those Kirk Cameron movies about the apocalypse, only with a better cast and more dazzling special effects.Time OutMarch 29, 2014
Rock Transformers.ReelViewsMarch 28, 2014
It's overlong and a times sluggish. The fights and battles, designed to give an epic fantasy feel to the movie, are grave miscalculations. And the overabundance of CGI often makes Noah look like a video game.The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)March 10, 2017
Noah is incredibly compelling visually, as Aronofosky manages to bend the source text into an environmental allegory about how Man is the worst.New Zealand HeraldFebruary 28, 2017
On the whole, Noah is a mad captivating trip. And yes, it's the best movie about boatbuilding and livestock export you are likely to see for a very long time.Washington Free BeaconJuly 14, 2016
Gruff and gentle, skilled with a blade and tormented by his visions, Russell Crowe proves yet again that no one anchors an epic as well as he.FlavorwireJune 18, 2016
It's as odd and schizophrenic a picture as you're likely to see in the focus-grouped, play-it-safe moviemaking climate of the moment, and the fact that it exists at all is sort of a (ha ha) miracle.The Film StageJune 07, 2016
Noah isn't perfect, but in its flawed, trembling beauty it's more interesting than much of Hollywood's recent tentpole output.AARP Movies for GrownupsApril 18, 2016
(Director) Aronofsky has crafted one firecracker of an adventure film with spectacular effects, vast warring armies and a disaster scenario for the ages. And at its center is a splendid performance by Crowe.
Gallery of "Noah"