I saw the movie the other day and was OK until the rocks started roaming around and talking. Just a little too SCIFI for my taste for a biblical movie. It did sort of explain how a few people built a wooden Titanic in a few years. Was the movie entertaining? Yep. Was Crowe good? Yes. Would I pay to see it again? No.
The movie had the no win struggle of drawing a line and taking a direction between historical fact and scripture ignorance by the original authors of the scriptures.
For instance, how did Cain and Seth populate the Earth after Adam and Eve?
The costumes are too well tailored for the time period of the film.
The rock creatures, I guess are angels trapped on Earth.
The beliefs of Lemuria would make a better story of our origins than the material this movie is based on.
There are also three versions to the Book of Genesis as well. The filmmakers would have done better bringing in ideas from all three to be more universal with more religions.
The acting, directing, photography, and sets were good.
There script and special effects are below par for a studio production.