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Exodus: Gods and Kings

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Exodus: Gods and Kings

Film Description:

Exodus: Gods and Kings – From acclaimed director Ridley Scott, comes the epic adventure “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” the story of one man’s daring courage to take on the might of an empire.

Using state of the art visual effects and 3D immersion, Scott brings new life to the story of the defiant leader Moses (Christian Bale) as he rises up against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses (Joel Edgerton), setting 600,000 slaves on a monumental journey of escape from Egypt and its terrifying cycle of deadly plagues.

Release Date: (Theaters) December 12, 2014

Release Date: (DVD/Blu-ray) TBA!

(This is not really a Christian Movie!)

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Topic: Biblical Drama

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Film Cast

  • Aaron Paul … Joshua
  • Christian Bale … Moses
  • Sigourney Weaver … Tuya
  • Joel Edgerton … Rhamses
  • Indira Varma … Miriam
  • Ben Kingsley … Nun
  • John Turturro … Seti
  • María Valverde … Séfora
  • Adrian Palmer … Egyptian Thief
  • Hiam Abbass … Bithiah
  • Kevork Malikyan … Jethro
  • Christopher Sciueref … Stonework Guard
  • Sayed Kassem … Divenal commander
  • Dar Salim … Commander Khyan
  • João Costa Menezes … Moses’ Army
  • Andrew Tarbet … Aaron
  • Anton Alexander … Dathan
  • Emmanuel Akintunde … Moses’ General
  • Barrie Martin … Moses’ Army
  • Serhat Metin … Royal Servant
  • Ibrahim Fagge … Egyptian Lower Class Civilian
  • Jorge Suquet … Grain Store Guard
  • Gerard Monaco … Scientist
  • Aaron Neil … The Architect
  • David Georgiou … Moses’ Army
  • Alejandro Naranjo … Egyptian Soldier
  • Umit Ulgen … Fisherman
  • Isaac Andrews … Malak
  • Anna Savva … Moses’ Mother
  • Mens-Sana Tamakloe … Assassin
  • Amin Ali … Nadir, Fan Handler
  • Jane Thorne … Leper Woman
  • Emeka Sesay … Rhamses Royal Servant
  • Kane Headley-Cummings … Fan Handler (For Ramesses II)
  • Tyrone Love … Royal couturier
  • Phil Perez … Egyptian Soldier 1
  • Joshua Johnson … Young Priest
  • Anthony Rotsa … Egyptian Soldier
  • Ziad Abaza … Divisional Commander
  • Pepe Roma … The First Man
  • Sipei Benson … Moses’ Army
  • Mark Ian Reeves … Drummer
  • Chloe Edmonds … Israelites
  • Sunny Nersian … Egyptian Middle Class Civilian
  • Osckan Ariz … Scribe
  • Simran Singh Buttar … Egyptian Civilian 1
  • Haaris Mirza … High Priest
  • Ian Tripp … Aide
  • David Olawale Ayinde … Egyptian Civilian Lower Class
  • Melissa Galloway … Middle Class Egyptian
  • Laurent Plancel … Palace Guard
  • Roland Watson … Israelite Man

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21 Comments

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  1. Norman says
    10 October 14, 2:46pm

    This looks like a wonderful movie for the entire family. Hopefully hollywood doesn’t mess this one up!

  2. Bebo Miller says
    30 November 14, 7:47pm

    This film is as far removed from the Biblical account as Noah was. In fact, Bale is on record as saying in his opinion Moses was insane. You’ll never get a truly Christian, Bible based film from a group of proud Atheists.

  3. J-Dan says
    04 December 14, 2:49am

    I just watched it!
    As a Christian I found it offensive!

    Spoiler alert…

    Moses gets hit in the head with a rock before seeing a little boy of about 11 appear and disappear in front of the burning bush… they talk contrary words to what is written in The Bible and after asking his name the little boy replies “I Am”

    Why I found this blasphemous and offensive…

    Yet again logic has been used to describe something humanly illogical… logic says that Moses was hit on the head and was hallucinating the whole thing… turning a miracle into a coincidence.

    It is not humanly possible for a bush to burn without being burned and it is impossible for a bush to talk! BUT God, the real I Am really did speak with Moses via a burning bush WITH OUT him being hit on the head!

    People… Do not substitute reading your Bibles for a so called Christian movie or Bible based movie… if it is Hollywood… it will be corrupt!

  4. Annelie says
    04 December 14, 8:42am

    Wow – thanks for telling us

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  5. Holly says
    08 December 14, 2:23am

    The war and propoganda against God the Father and Jesus is escalating. Will not see this movie or Noah, ever.

  6. Mi Cristiano Favorito says
    08 December 14, 6:56am

    Is it true what I saw in the trailers? That the Red Sea seems to retreat only to one side instead of forming two walls, like if it was the effect of a tsunami or something?

  7. Annelie says
    08 December 14, 10:04am

    Not sure- haven’t seen it yet. CFDb

  8. Annelie says
    08 December 14, 10:05am

    Just remember that these films can open discussions about God and lead people to search their Bible for the truth. That is what we pray for.

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  9. Melanie says
    11 December 14, 9:50am

    These types of movies are a REAL danger to leading someone to Jesus because it is not biblical, and more worrisome, a purposeful distortion of the truth simply made to make money and further its atheist agenda. They have yet to learn from BIBLE BASED BLOCKBUSTERS! There is a true hunger for GOD, but the sad truth is that Hollywood is too narcissistic to see it because they can’t see past their greed.

  10. KDrinkard says
    12 December 14, 8:18am

    This is so reminiscent of the story of Simon the Sorceror. Hollywood, like Simon the Sorceror, is so shocked at the success of scripturally sound movies such as Soul Surfer, Courageous, God’s Not Dead, Heaven Is For Real, etc. and they are so hungry for the money they perceive they could make that they just cannot resist trying to cash in on what they see as being the next big draw. They want the attention and money they percieve they can make from having the form of Godliness but they cannot keep themselves from denying the power thereof. They cannot understand that what has drawn people to go out to real, scripturally sound, movies is that people are starving for something real. In particular, they are starving for a real encounter with God because what the world has to offer is so hollow. I pray that our nation, at large, will have a real encounter with Jesus and that we will, as a nation, return to God. Thanks to all who have reviewed this movie. I will not be supporting this slap at our Lord with my money and I will spread the word to all I know.

  11. Gen M says
    12 December 14, 12:09pm

    Thank you for the info…We will definitely NOT be going to see this movie and give Hollywood my money to support theor stupid take on the Bible!!!

  12. Annelie says
    14 December 14, 8:42am

    We will be releasing a review today of the film and you are right in not going to see it. We thought it would be more accurate than it was. It was disappointing.

    CFDb

  13. gbutters:) says
    15 December 14, 1:53pm

    I don’t really know why Christians feel need to get so angry about this. I really don’t think this is some kind of atheist agenda to undermine and confuse people about what really happened, maybe, but probably not. The purpose of Hollywood is to entertain and make money, facts and accuracy are pretty low on the agenda. I understand that its about as accurate as Noah was, with fallen angels helping Noah which was just hilarious. What were you really expecting from Ridley Scott? when I first saw the trailer I knew it was going to be inaccurate but I still want to see it if only to get some kind of glimpse into what it might have looked like to see the plagues and life in that time.

    In summation God doesn’t need us to defend the faith or the bible, yeah we can say “that’s not true” or “we don’t agree with that”. I really don’t see any purpose in getting all worked up about a movie people are going to forget about in a decade. Lets call it what it is, inaccurate money making entertainment, believe what you want about it but at the end its a stupid movie and I am not going to lose any sleep over it.

  14. Annelie says
    15 December 14, 3:21pm

    I hope I didn’t sound angry in my review of the movie – that wasn’t my intent. I agree with you, it’s entertainment and I did enjoy the special effects, especially about the plagues in 3-D.

    CFDb

  15. Sunny says
    16 December 14, 12:22pm

    Thanks for the honest comment on that film,I will not see it. Don’t apologize for speaking the truth…I am glad you did. I went to see Noah and I did not expect it to be biblical (how could come something biblical out of Hollywood?) but I did not expect that it is total “brain-scrap” as we would call it over here in Germany. Plus a dangerous anti-godly message and a lot of occult stuff. The most idiotic film I ever saw. I guess that Exodus will not be much better…First I was almost happy and thought it -may be -could be watchable…but what you write is already enough…no thanks. I have already enough dirt on TV, don’t need to watch more. Rather watch a sermon on youtube, better for the soul. Thanks for telling and…don’t apologize… I am sure that God is angry about those films..so why shouldn’t we ? 😉

  16. Annelie says
    16 December 14, 3:26pm

    LOL – Brain Scrap – I think we need to adopt that word – thank you for the encouragement.

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  17. Jason says
    19 December 14, 10:52pm

    Thank you all for reviewing this movie although I have not seen it yet I thank you for exposing the truth about atheistic agendas and money grubbers in Hollywood. Although it would be remiss not to mention the true culprit behind all of these attacks on Gods sovereignty. You know the one that roars about like a lion seeking to devour. Fellow Christians never for a moment take your eyes off of God in the Bible. These moviemakers are adding and deleting from the scriptures, a sin punishable by an eternity of damnation. We must pray for them all that they find the truth and give glory to the only true God. Keep your hearts open to the man caught sleeping with his fathers wife for when he repents let him back in the church

  18. angelpat2812 says
    29 January 15, 7:18am

    This movie really got under my skin and grieved my spirit as a christain! A total #Farce….I much rather they had made a movie about #Kings, #FalseGods and their #Idols. But insteadthey take the concepts to make this crap
    from the #WordOfGod…just to make money and to take away from his word. Don’t waste your time. The #DEVIL is all up in this! Keep it moving people, there is nothing here to see but a #HotMess!!!!

  19. mara008 says
    20 March 15, 11:00am

    I very rarely write any comment, especially not negative ones, but this time I can’t miss to share my opinion. I think this is a horrible movie!!! It is not only far from the Bible, but purposely evil by showing Moses more loving and more compassionate than God himself. The whole story line is very manipulative and on the top of it is extremely boring. Wasted time and money. Sorry 🙁

  20. The Sky Is Crying says
    23 March 15, 4:46pm

    It is blasphemous to mock God. God is NOT an obnoxious child!

    * Designed to lead you away from the Truth.

    Please don’t fund the next blasphemous movie by paying to see this one.

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