The Prince of Egypt

The Prince of Egypt

This is the extraordinary tale of two brothers named Moses and Ramses, one born of royal blood, and one an orphan with a secret past. Growing up the best of friends, they share a strong bond of free-spirited youth and good-natured rivalry. But the truth will ultimately set them at odds, as one becomes the ruler of the most powerful empire on earth, and the other the chosen leader of his people! Their final confrontation will forever change their lives and the world.

An Egyptian prince learns of his identity as a Hebrew and, later his destiny to become the chosen deliverer of his people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Prince of Egypt torrent reviews

Luis O (jp) wrote: Peggy: If you all didn't think I was crazy, I'm sure you will now. How do I explain the things I've said and done? How do I explain the person I've become? I know I've disappointed everyone and I'm sorry for that. I wish I was a more articulate person. I believe life is magical. It is so precious. And there are so many kinds of life in this life. So many things to love. The love for a husband or a wife, a boyfriend or girlfriend. The love for children. The love for yourself. And even material things. This is my love. It is mine. And it fills me and defines me. And it compels me on.

bill s (ca) wrote: i actually thought this was one of Cook's better movies and still I can not recommend it....sad.

Ian E (kr) wrote: sad to see the state of gltb movies today. this was a nice attempt but....

Adrian Z (es) wrote: Director Sam Peckinpah has created here a suspense movie in which tension is truly ratcheted to breaking point, and then unleashed in a flurry of violence that is as shocking as it is effective. Hoffman is quiet excellent as a pacifist who moves to the peace and quiet of the English countryside, only to find his wife (Susan George) becomes the target for a gang of lusty village men. That their latent marriage problems become increasingly visible as the threat of violence escalates is yet another masterful stroke going the film's way.

David T (ru) wrote: Misleading poster and title. The original title "The White Swan" is a pretty classy title. I guess the producers/distributors didn't want any "Black Swan" misconceptions. Not bad of a flick.

Komal S (ag) wrote: The Hangover gone wrong.

Shantel D (it) wrote: I love her even more than before, now that I know a little something about her.

Stewart (nl) wrote: Safe is the word. The actors are enjoyable to watch, but for the film to really work we needed to feel the paranoia for the first two thirds to contrast with the much better calm scenes. The plot twist was unintentionally creepy.

Randy P (ag) wrote: Really pathetic plot, and lazily written.

Amy P (ca) wrote: Crappy acting/plot/directing, but extremely steamy sex scenes. Sherilynn Finn is totally bewitching and Tyson has a crude, brutal sexuality that works in this film. Best part: When she rips his shirt completely off. Also, for some weird reason, seeing Kristy McNichol applying blush to her nipples has stuck with me....something you don't see every day.

PJ E (kr) wrote: SEEN AT CINETOPIA FILM FESTIVAL Inglorious FemtardsWhile it features great raw performances from Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld, and Mona Oruta, the reductive almost insulting script ultimately fails the cinematic endeavor. Unfortunately the director also could not rise above the level of the material, simply letting things be without saying anything interesting at all. But it does provide some thrills and powerful moments even though they are mostly unearned.