To attempt to turn the story of Noah’s Ark into a blood-soaked blockbuster is insane. To do it in a way that alters the story to fit the filmmaker’s intent rather than cater to Christian audiences is certifiable. To do it all while spending mucho Hollywood dollaros is downright diabolical. Yet, somehow that’s exactly what director Darren Aronofsky has managed to do with Noah on the back of the unexpected box office success of Black Swan. He’s been down this road before of course, using the cult success of Requiem For A Dream to talk a studio into financing a philosophical blockbuster in The Fountain.