The Exodus Decoded
Exodus Decoded is a documentary created by Jewish Canadian filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici, in which new evidence in favor of the historicity of the Biblical Exodus is explored.
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Jim S (br) wrote: Gory and silly and not very good. It's like "Mean Girls" meets "Jason". Yawn!
Russ B (br) wrote: 1/28/2017: A decent movie. A great cast, but not their typical roles. Not a good enough flick to watch multiple times though.
Dj N (kr) wrote: This movie is weird to begin with, and the final act is a mess. The girl is stupid, and you end up being kind of glad when Norton's cowboy meets his fate.
Eric H (de) wrote: The only complaint about this movie is that Antonio Banderas did not gain some more weight for the role. Other then that, the movie is awesome! Solid A!
Sue S (it) wrote: A 31 year old unmarried man in Israel is, I guess, very distressful to his family. They want him settled down and having children but it seems Zaza already has his heart set on someone totally unsuitable: an older woman, divorced and with a kid. The family won't stand for it.
Sylvain A (gb) wrote: Grand moment de cinma !
Cathy l (mx) wrote: Very interesting concept. Makes you think about ethical questions and it is emotionally complex and fascinating. It is a slow movie, not many action, not really any sex scenes. They really focus on the ethical, psychological and emotional side of the matter. It is an interesting and grotesque movie.