There's virtually no chance of me seeing the movie. But I'm curious what the mood is of the members here. Seen it? It is getting good reviews. Not seeing it? Why? What's keeping you away? Apparently the movie was given a political spin [which I like]. On a Noah side note, I'm still bothered by this aspect of the fable the most of all ... Once the boat finally landed, how did the animals survive? They would have to travel all the way back to the lands they now inhabit without having anything to eat. Plants would take time to regrow for the herbivores to eat them. Carnivores couldn't eat the only two animals from the ark ... they'd have to wait at least a generation or two for any "expendable" animals to be born to consume. Animals might have to wait years before they could eat. And if God is just going to snap his fingers to sustain them, why have them in an ark in the first place? Why store any food on the ark? Why not just the flood the Earth and let the animals breathe under water? These questions and more. So if there's any believers in the story, please explain how that all worked out. Anyway ... fluffy subject. Have fun.