Exodus: Gods and Kings 2014
Title: Exodus: Gods and Kings
Release year: 2014

The defiant leader Moses rises up against Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II, setting six hundred thousand slaves on a monumental journey of escape from Egypt and its terrifying cycle of deadly plagues.

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Rated 3 out of 5

“Exodus: Gods and Kings” is a 2014 epic biblical drama directed by Ridley Scott, starring Christian Bale as Moses, Joel Edgerton as Ramses, and a talented supporting cast including Aaron Paul, Ben Kingsley, and Sigourney Weaver. The movie tells the story of Moses’ journey from a prince of Egypt to a prophet and leader of the Hebrews, leading them out of slavery and towards the promised land.

The movie received mixed reviews upon release, with some praising the visual effects and performances while others criticized the film’s historical inaccuracies and changes to the biblical story. Here are some of the movie’s strengths and weaknesses:


Visual Effects: “Exodus: Gods and Kings” features some impressive visual effects, particularly during the plagues of Egypt and the parting of the Red Sea. The grand scale and spectacle of these scenes are breathtaking and add to the movie’s epic feel.

Performances: Christian Bale delivers a solid performance as Moses, bringing depth and emotion to the character’s journey. Joel Edgerton’s portrayal of Ramses is also noteworthy, adding nuance to a character often portrayed as one-dimensional.

Action: The movie features some thrilling action sequences, particularly during the battle scenes between the Egyptians and Hebrews.


Historical Inaccuracies: The movie takes several liberties with the biblical story, changing key details and omitting important characters and events. While some changes may be necessary for the sake of storytelling, some viewers may find the alterations to be too significant.

Pacing: At times, the movie’s pacing can be slow, particularly during the scenes that focus on Moses’ exile and transformation. Some viewers may find these scenes to be dragging and detract from the overall experience.

Lack of Character Development: While Bale and Edgerton deliver strong performances, the supporting characters are underdeveloped, leaving them feeling flat and one-dimensional.

Overall, “Exodus: Gods and Kings” is a visually stunning epic that delivers on its action and performances but falls short in some areas. Despite its flaws, it is still an entertaining movie that is worth watching for fans of the biblical epic genre.

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Director: Ridley Scott
Actor: Aaron Neil,Aaron Paul,Abhin Galeya,Adrián López,Afsaneh Dehrouyeh,Alan Kotun,Alejandro Naranjo,Amin Ali,Andrés Quesada,Andrew Tarbet,Anna Savva,Anthony Rotsa,Anton Alexander,Asier Olaizola,Ayoub El Hilali,Barrie Martin,Ben Kingsley,Ben Mendelsohn,Christian Bale,Christopher Sciueref,Daniel Eghan,Dar Salim,David Georgiou,David Olawale Ayinde,Emmanuel Akintunde,Emun Elliott,Eva Loy,Ewen Bremner,Georgie-May Tearle,Gerard Monaco,Ghassan Massoud,Giannina Facio,Golshifteh Farahani,Haaris Mirza,Hal Hewetson,Hayden Hayder,Hiam Abbass,Indira Varma,Isaac Andrews,Jane Thorne,Javier Franco,João Costa Menezes,Joel Edgerton,John Turturro,Jon Rod,Jorge Suquet,Joseph G. Quinn,Joshua Johnson,Juan Poveda,Kane Headley-Cummings,Kelly Schembri,Ken Bones,Kenny Knight,Kevork Malikyan,Kiko Castro,Koral Neil,Laurent Plancel,Leigh Holland,Luis Dyangani,María Pedroviejo,María Valverde,Mark Lewis,Maykol Hernández,Melissa Galloway,Mens-Sana Tamakloe,Miguel G. Borda,Nicholas Khan,Pedro Galindo,Pepe Roma,Phil Perez,Philip Arditti,Roland Watson,Sayed Kassem,Serhat Metin,Sigourney Weaver,Simone Liebman,Sipei Benson,Sunny Nersian,Tara Fitzgerald,Tyrone Love,Ziad Abaza