• Höddi

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Höddi 16 Dec, 2014

    A very interesting double feature with The Ten Commandments.

    The Prince Of Egypt was surely one of my most watched films during my childhood years.
    I haven't watched it for a decade or so, so while I was excited to see if it held up, I was definitely a bit scared of losing my warmth towards the film by the hand of critical thinking.

    As it turns out, I've only grown to love the film more.

    Strong voice performances all-round,…


  • Anthony Tran

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Anthony Tran 12 Dec, 2014

    There's no way Exodus is going to be anywhere near as good as this.


  • stadkison

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by stadkison 11 Dec, 2014

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.


  • S_MTX

    ★★★★ Rewatched by S_MTX 22 Nov, 2014

    WOAH, this one really held up. Honestly, this is probably one of the best animated films that came out of the 90s. Very underrated. This is one of the examples of why I feel Dreamworks bests Disney in contemporary animation. Yes Dreamworks has made fun cartoon films aimed strictly at kids, but their animated films take some ballsy risks.


  • Ally Berry

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Ally Berry 21 Nov, 2014

    Just. The art. *smooshes face against TV screen* SO. BEAUTIFUL.

    My sister and I currently have this unhealthy obsession with the trailer for Exodus: Gods and Kings. So I told her about this film, and the fate of our Friday night was sealed.

    She loved it. Had me take a few screen shots for future art-painting, and fell in love with Ramesses' character just as much as I did when I first saw the movie. Then she picked my brain,…


  • Signora Fosca

    ★★★★ Watched by Signora Fosca 03 Jan, 2014

    Stunning animation of the likes that is dwindling day by day with the onslaught of the less-than-stellar 3D animation that dominates today's market. The score is absolutely gorgeous (though some songs are stronger than others) and the entire film has a great momentum that takes on one of the greatest stories ever told with pride and a sweeping cinematic vision of the likes of Disney's best and even the epic Biblical films of old.

    It's not perfect; some of the…


  • Luke Granlund

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Luke Granlund 01 Nov, 2014

    Biblical inaccuracies aside, and they are notable, THE PRINCE OF EGYPT is easily one of the best Biblical adaptions ever committed to the silver screen. There's an astounding level of artistry and craftsmanship on display here that makes DreamWorks first film still rank among their best work to date. The care and passion that went into this film is easily recognizable through the fluid 2D & CG animation, extraordinary score by Hans Zimmer, solid voice talent, and visual splendor. But the…


  • Gabriel

    ★★★★½ Added by Gabriel

    The Prince of Egypt is one of the most beautiful pieces of American animation ever made. Its music is captivating, and the story, while epic in the classic sense of the word, focuses more on the very human relationship between two adoptive brothers struggling with their identities. Regardless of your religious affiliations, the Prince of Egypt will awe you.


  • Thirdmango

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Thirdmango 17 Oct, 2014

    A beautiful soundtrack and beautiful animation make this into a very enjoyable movie which still holds up.


  • Aaron Stoudenmire

    ★★★★½ Watched by Aaron Stoudenmire 01 Oct, 2014

    "But I was their enemy. I was the Prince of Egypt, the son of the man who slaughtered their children. You-You've chosen the wrong messenger. H-How can I even speak to these people?"

    I can't tell how many times I rolled my eyes when I first heard of this film. Like seriously, an animated musical depicting one of the most epic stories of all time. I simply couldn't believe it could be done in this setting. We already had The…


  • Patrick Perring

    ★★★½ Added by Patrick Perring

    One of the most underrated musical soundtracks ever wow


  • Nate

    ★★★½ Added by Nate

    Holy Moses, a Bible story made for a mass audience? The first animated feature from the folks at Dreamworks is ambitious, and crazy enough... it just might work.

    I'll start right off by saying hands down this is great animation. The scenes are constructed with endless beauty and at certain times I did had something stirred inside me from the wondrous eye-candy presented. People look like people, not sketched Disney cartoons. The animation and movement are so lifelike and fluid…