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not as many liberties compared to noah, but the deviation from the text is still irksome: particularly the calvin-like imaginary cherub & moses' seemingly conflicted crises of faith and loyalty. spectacular effects though, and snappy cutscenes to try to logically piece together the plagues sequentially from a croc fe(a)st. read
i'm not really sure what i took away from this. it looked quite nice, the acting was all decent but it didn't fall on any side as to whether this was an act of god or a mad man who had luck on his side. it seemed to lean one way or the other at various times. waste of sigourney weaver though. read
begins like gladiator and then turns into a modern day ten commandments. no back story, no set, exodus assumes you know all this and then throws you in the ring to literally watch the exodus. it's cool, it's well acted and it's a fun time but it's all been seen and done before. better than i expected but not scott's best. production design: 9 out of 10 cinematography: 8 out of 10 re-playability: 7 out of 10 originality: 6 out of 10 costumes: 9 out of 10 directing: 8 out of 10 editing: 8 out of 10 acting: 8 out of 10 music: 8 out of 10 script: 7 out of 10 78/100 read