As promised, the trailer for Darren Aronofsky's $130 million biblical epic "Noah," starring Russell Crowe as the title character, has been released online. Check it out below.
The story follows the biblical tale of a man (Crowe) who is given the mission to build a giant vessel that can house two of every animal from the earth to save them from a giant flood that will wipe all life for a new beginning.
The new movie co-stars Jennifer Connely, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone and Logan Lerman, and is set to hit theaters on March 28th, 2014.
Cannonwrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 12:28:28 PM
Simultaneously sedate and overblown.
Never realized how much slick CGI there was back in the Old Testament days. Arnofsky's laying on the generically "arty" effects shots a bit too thick. This looks more like a corporate expo for some super-HDTV from Sony or Panasonic.
It also looks like one too many po-faced characters giving drab monologues. Overall, this is just too contemporary for my taste.
PORN-FLYwrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 1:14:38 PM
i thought Russell Brand sh*t on another Dudley Moore movie,
sedibuswrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 2:26:39 PM
You know, watching this canīt help it but reminding me about the production and released of the 2006 movie The Fountain and to think about how Hollywood politics move and why or why not give people this or that kind of money.
I mean, they gave Aronofsky more than 100 millions after he made a lesbian-ballerina tchiakovsky theme musical thriller movie.
It just makes me wonder for a second , just for one.
Well, anyway. Letīs change the subject.
The trailer looks promising, so that from Pacific Rim also.
Wish them well and so fort.
Feanorwrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 4:26:26 PM
@Sedibus. Good call on SE7EN. That is the apocalypse rolled up into one twisted, excellent film.
sedibuswrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 9:42:01 PM
@cress: I just finished watching it, Iīll go and see Michael Mannīs Manhunter now, it will be the first time Iīve ever seen that movie.
cresswrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 10:00:42 PM
@Sedibus. I liked MANHUNTER, but must admit it has been a decade or so since I've seen it. Definitely looks like an 80s film, and there are some scenes that are very "Mann-ish"(which is a good thing). I'm just not overly enthusiastic about it, but I liked it, from what I remember of it. Nothing in the serial killer genre, so to speak, can top SE7EN, which is a film I've seen numerous times.
sedibuswrites: on November 14th, 2013 at 10:12:18 PM
@cress: Yeah, man, I guess that after watching Manhunter Iīll be rewatching Seven. I Recently saw Spoorloos or The Vanishing but it was the original not the remake which I saw first.
Yes, Se7en is one of the top serial-killer movies out there.
I decided to watch this on YouTube so I could see a better quality version and made the mistake of scrolling down to the comment section. Seriously the YouTube commenters are the most retarded group of people I've seen on the internet and that's saying something on Worst Previews... here's one:
"TheAmazingJimmy4 hours ago
I'm impressed, it's more acurate than I thought it would be. Only problem I see, everyone's white, Noah is supposed to be the only white guy, people didn't start deviding up until the tower of Babel, before that everyone looked about the same, perfect genes. The reason God destroyed every living creature is partly to save man from exticntion, man was nearly wiped out genetically by angel human hybrids."
Seriously WTF, can't tell if this guys being serious or not. The scary thing is if this movie does well, they'll probably start making every other ridiculous story from the Bible in to movies.
YoungChriswrites: on November 15th, 2013 at 7:58:25 AM
I can't wait ...
minkowskiwrites: on November 15th, 2013 at 9:54:51 AM