Definitely not child friendly. This is about the Creator/God wanting to completely wipe out the human race bar Noah and his family as there was so much evil (greed, hatred, murder etc) in what he had originally intended.
I thought that Noah would have had an "Abraham" moment and was expecting a voice to come out of the sky as he was poised to strike with the knife.
There was a sense of hope at the end of the film though.
So if you were traumatised by it on Christmas, then why are you watching it again?
I missed huge chunks of it during the Big Family Screening at Christmas because of various child related issues (bedtime etc).
I am happy to suspend my disbelief as long as the narrative is consistent which is why I had to see it again to get the whole story arch IYKWIM.
I too thought from previous Sunday school bible classes, some 200 years ago , that Noah and his family were to survive to repopulate the earth (inbreeding and dodgy moral firmly put to one side), so was quite shocked at his plan for them all to die out to leave the earth to the beasts (although, really, that would have made more sense tbh).
I got quite sucked in and am very likely over thinking this big time. Had some good discussions with my theological BiL about it
I guess they felt they had to add in the "will the human race survive?" to create dramatic tension. But yes I couldn't quite get over what a bastard God is and what a but Noah is. I am an atheist though. I wonder what Christians made of it.