This, again, is another film that has to be on my “worst films ever list.” The film does not tell the Noah story accurately. The filmmakers have taken the story and made it what they believe it should be – not what it actually was. When filmmakers take biblical stories and construe them to what they want, I, as a Christian, take it as a disrespect to God. In that sense, it dishonor’s God, and it’s not right. That’s why there are so many Christians in the uproar over this film. And I dislike being told that I shouldn’t be offended because they take a bible story and make it their own. That’s like saying you can take the Quran and make it into the Bible. I don’t think that would sit very well with the Muslims. It’s a book that should be honored, and I do understand that we shouldn’t be surprised that a non-believer doesn’t understand the bible. I cannot claim that this film is a Biblical film or a Christian film. This film is not worth a watch.