Watch: New Trailer For 'Noah' As Darren Aronofsky Talks Final Cut

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"They won't connect emotionally with the main character because it betrays the essence of the biblical character, and the payoff just isn't good enough," radio critic Mario P. Szekely said following the Mexico City premiere of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah." Indeed, early word on the movie coming from a select group of folks allowed to see the movie early, is that it's like "The Fountain," in that it's not going to be one easily embraced by the mainstream. That's probably not what Paramount wants to hear as they get set to launch the Biblical epic worldwide, so they're putting a different face on it.

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aDDicteD2583d ago

i read the story of noah in the bible, while watching the trailer it seems they made the story more complex and just inserted some sub plots making it look cheesy but of course more appealing, i am just surprised because aronofsky usually makes a solid straightforward film like; black swan, the wrestler, 127 hours etc. it has a serious tone with deep concentration on a key figure main character but this noah film would likely be different as it will also give screen time to teenage blossoming romances and swords with really looks like another director did this but at the end of the day i will still watch it because i like biblical movies and i have enough faith with aronofsky's work.