It was clear from the very beginning that Darren Aronofsky's Noah was going to be a divisive movie. Not only did he flesh out the (rather thin) Biblical story with all sorts of new elements, but he also included some aspects from the original text they don't teach you in school. (Let's just say that Noah wasn't always the best father.) The result was a movie that didn't completely please evangelicals or non-believers. It still made a decent amount of money, but not everyone walked out of the theater thrilled with what they'd just seen.