Kurt Loder reviews Darren Aronofsky's Noah. He writes that the film opens with a rush of imaginative filmmaking whose energy, unfortunately, can’t be maintained. It is a serious project from a director whose visionary gifts have never been in question. But it sometimes feels like two, maybe three movies contending for narrative dominance. The filmmakers must surely be praying there’s one audience for all of them.
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