Having got a chance to read an undated version of the script for Noah I want to warn you. If you were expecting a Biblically faithful retelling of the story of the greatest mariner in history and a tale of redemption and obedience to God you’ll be sorely disappointed. Noah paints the primeval world of Genesis 6 as scorched arid desert, dry cracked earth, and a gray gloomy sky that gives no rain – and all this, caused by man’s “disrespect” for the environment. In short, an anachronistic doomsday scenario of ancient global warming. How Neolithic man was able to cause such anthropogenic catastrophic climate change without the “evil” carbon emissions of modern industrial revolution is not explained. Nevertheless, humanity wanders the land in nomadic warrior tribes killing animals for food or wasteful trophies.
Darren Aronofsky’s Noah: Environmentalist Wacko - Godawa’s MovieBlog
This looks like a film to avoid if you are expecting at least a retelling of the story of Noah rather than a liberal effort to thrown politics into the film and promote environmentalism.
There have always been efforts to rewrite history or events as well as tenets of faith by liberals.