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First of all, I would like to notice that I do not understand the "fashion" in the cinematography that began 10 or more years ago - to shoot movies without happy end! I can't see any point for myself to watch such kind of horror/mystic movie that ends unhappy! All the time I spend while watching the film is the time I'm waiting for the solution of the story! When I see the unhappy end I feel veeeery uncomfortable and always start to the thinks the the movie's producers aimed the only one goal - to earn money on the sequel! And the sequel is necessary must be, 'cause this one ends badly! What's the stupidity?! I supposed to watch something like the "Insidious", "The Conjuring", "The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia" and "The Haunting in Connecticut"... And what did I see? A movie with an "open end"? Very disappointed!
Just superb movie!
This is on of the greatest ever movies we all have seen! Please, don't pay any attention to those who say the movie is silly, stupid or whatever! I guess, such kind of things mostly say russians (or whoever else) who strongly convinced that any movie MUST completely repeat the original story! They forget that cinematography is a real art - art without boundaries, prejudices and all the conservative frames! Filmmaking is, first of all, a possibility to express the director's own point of view at the problem. And his (her) vision might dramatically differ to what/how we can see it! And if the director sees it his/her own way - it is first of all his own right. The Noah story is a mix of the emotions we experience while watching different scenes, pictures - heroes' personal dramas, visions of the Big Ban in the divine aspect, beautiful pictures of the nature, Earth and human race' tragedy... The Noah story is a perfect acting of Russel Crowe (who's not my fav. ever actor)... The Noah story is a must-watch-movie for those who is able to think, feel and believes that there are supreme forces in this World...