So my church had a special event last night, they rented out the entire theater, and we watched what we thought was going to be a biblical story about Noah. Little to our knowledge, the story was made up by the director in a way that took the biblical portion right into a Michael Bay type movie. It was disappointing, and improper. Mel Gibson did not do that with The passion of the Christ. It should say under the title of the movie, not based on the actual bible, lol .. I was like why are transformers building the ARC, lol .. And the story has so much added to it. I should have known that it was going to be something way different then a bible based movie. I don't know why i expected it to be a actual story from the bible. I don't know why any of us thought it was, lol ..
by the way, before it becomes a ugly religious thread. I am not saying anything in the bible is real, or that they should have based it on the bible. I just automatically assumed, because of the name, and some of the films copies of the bible itself, that it would be more based on the bible facts. But yes, he is the director, and he can twist it however he feels best. From the trailers i saw, it was not what i expected. Especially rock monsters destroying humans, like a lord of the rings movie, lol ..