Director Darren Aronofsky may have found himself in an un-winnable situation when he decided to turn the biblical story of Noah into a big-budget Hollywood movie. A white-washed adaptation would have been pointless and boring, but the story in the Bible is extremely complicated and very hard to film. For example, Noah had an extremely tumultuous relationship with his son Ham. Some scholars even think that Ham castrated Noah, and the speculation grows even gnarlier from there. Either way, Aronofsky's warts-and-all Noah (and some of the more supernatural elements behind him) angered many in the Christian community, but the film still made $362 million regardless.