A motorcycle stunt rider turns to robbing banks as a way to provide for his lover and their newborn child, a decision that puts him on a collision course with an ambitious rookie cop navigating a department ruled by a corrupt detective.
The idea of making this film came from a 7th grade school assignment poem that Darren Aronofsky wrote in January 1982 as a writing assignment given by his middle-school teacher Vera Fried. Titled The Dove, it was selected for a prize for a UN-organized writing contest of that year. As a sign of thanks, Fried is mentioned in closing credits and appears twice in the film: as an extra greeting Noah; and later as one of the corpses floating in the river. See more »
The blood splatter on Ham's face in the Ark brawl, seems to disappear when he calls Noah, and then to appear prominent again afterwards. See more »
My father said that one day, if man continued in his ways, the Creator would annihilate this world...
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Besides the title of the movie, there are no opening credits See more »
i have to comment that as a movie addict and cross-genre enthusiast Noah, taken from a graphical novel or biblical point of view left me sitting in my seat like a brain-dead zombie with a very sore gluteus maximus. The plot seems to be a combination of Harry Potter,Lord of the Rings,Conan the Barbarian,300,Hannibal and Crocodile Dundee.An impressive cast of actors but I left feeling that the movie script must have been drafted for each day of filming on the back of a napkin over breakfast. Apart for some good(God?) special effects the movie was not worth the $22 I paid for VMax seats. Wait until it comes out on Netflix. At least you will have the option to turn it off.
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