The Prince of Egypt is a 1998 American animated epic musical biblical film and the first traditionally animated film produced and released by DreamWorks.
The Prince Of Egypt
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Принц Египта / The Prince of Egypt. Год выпуска: 1998. Страна: США Жанр: Мюзикл, драма, приключения, история. Продолжительность: 01:34:43. ВоваСтрижов, E-Type - Princess Of Egypt, E-Type - Princess Of Egypt. Damn man last time i saw prince of egypt my mom rented it fpr me in the Now imagine a Prince of Persia movie with this style of animation. Принц Египта / The Prince of Egypt (1998) - смотреть онлайн, бесплатно, без регистрации, в высоком качестве! Жанр: Мультфильм, Мюзикл, Драма.
Deliver us, there's a land you promised us. Deliver us to the promised land. ". The Prince of Egypt is a 1998 animated film based on the biblical book of Exodus. as well as the very first 2D animated film made by DreamWorks Animation.
Until The Simpsons Movie came out in 2007, it was the highest-grossing traditionally animated non-Disney film of all time. The film covers part of the life of Moses, from his being found and adopted by Pharaoh's family to his young adulthood, where he discovers his Hebrew heritage, to his adult life, when God tells Moses to confront the current Pharaoh and persuade him to free the Hebrew slaves in Egypt. The Prince of Egypt admits up front in a disclaimer that it takes liberties with the original story, but is nonetheless one of the more accurate retellings in cinema. The film has an All-Star Cast to voice its characters, including several of the smaller roles, and featured numerous musical numbers throughout.
The film won considerable acclaim in its time, and even got an Oscar for one of those songs. Has a character sheet currently in progress.
Provides Examples Of:. Adaptational Angst Upgrade. For Moses. As he was happily raised as a member of Pharaoh's household in this version, the plagues see him destroy the home and family he loved. He also never knew his real family, which adds to the angst. Adaptation Distillation. Of the first half of the Book of Exodus.
Adaptation Expansion. In the Book of Exodus, everything from Moses' birth to his exile and marriage is covered in a single chapter, which in a printed book would take up less than two pages. These two pages are expanded into the entire first half of the movie. Adult Fear. The murder of the newborns in the prologue, which is the entire reason why Yocheved sends baby Moses away in the river.
Also, the final plague. Age Cut. Whilst Moses is in the desert several years are implied to have gone by, shown by his beard growth between shots. Probably more than a few, as Tzipporah's youngest sister looks to be in her early teens, if not older, after the age cut.
Alas, Poor Villain. Ramses' downfall is portrayed with all the pathos of a family member suffering hardship. Ancient Egypt. The basic setting and circumstance. The film features references to the Egyptian pantheon and culture, and illustrates several of its buildings and landmarks.
Animated Musical. The film won an Oscar for its songs. Animation Bump. The scenes which use CGI for the backgrounds. Antagonist in Mourning. Inverted.
Moses, the protagonist, breaks down in tears after the final plague. He is crying not only for the loss of his nephew, and by extension all the first born of Egypt, but the loss of his relationship with Rameses. Anti-Villain. Rameses, to the point where the creators had to rewrite some scenes between him and Moses because he came off as too sympathetic and Moses as too cruel. He is forcing the Hebrews to work as slaves and refuses to let them go, just cracking down harder on them when Moses returns and demands their freedom. However, we are shown that he has been raised on the beliefs of his father, that a single weak king could cause the collapse of a long and proud dynasty, and Rameses refuses to let that be him. Artistic License :.
The disclaimer at the opening of the film is open and straightforward about this. Some changes are made from the original Exodus story for the sake of drama (making this film fanfiction based off the Bible ). Moses probably always knew that he was a Hebrew in the original story, whereas in this film he does not figure it out until around his adult life. In Exodus, Moses and Aaron are 80 and 83 years old, respectively, at the time of the plagues. While Moses is shown to have spent at least several years as a shepherd, he is still very much a young man when he confronts Ramses here. note This change is probably due to the shorter lifespans on the Pharoahs' part—an 80-year old Moses would've been very unlikely to have confronted the same prince he grew up with.
Moses had Aaron actually deal with Pharaoh in the original story and also perform most of the miracles, in this version he does it all himself. Art Shift. The wall-painting dream sequence, which is stylized as Egyptian hieroglyphs and wall paintings.
Automaton Horses :. In Moses' and Ramses' chariot race none of their horses panic or run out of control, despite their race leading atop construction scaffolding and collapsing buildings. Averted during the cavalry charge of the Egyptian army at the end of the film. Horses are seen panicking, throwing off their riders and running wild after they are startled. Award Bait Song. "When You Believe", which won the Best Song Oscar.
Also qualifies as a Breakout Pop Hit. as there are many fans of the song who only know it as "that Whitney/Mariah song".
Especially combined with the "multi-lingual version". Interestingly, the version within the film has aged much better, as it lacks the "here's the obligatory Disney-style pop ballad" qualities of the end-credits version. Badass Beard. Jethro wins the prize for the movie's biggest, most awesome beard. Barefoot Poverty.
Several characters. Bathe Her And Bring Her To My Brother.
Ramses finds Tzipporah to be too feisty for his taste and dumps her on Moses. Ironically, he has her dried instead of bathed before being brought to his brother, as she had already fallen in a pool of water. Jethro, the largest character in the film, pulls both Moses and Tzipporah into a giant hug after they decide to get married. When Moses returns to Egypt, he and Rameses eye each other in surprise. Rameses, however, quickly gets over the shock and grabs Moses in a giant hug, lifting him off the floor and apparently even squeezing the air out of Moses. Big Brother Instinct :. Rameses' first reaction to his little brother killing a man in front of multiple witnesses is to declare him innocent.
When Moses returns after years of being gone, he is ready to give his brother a high position and wipe away the crime. Aaron is frequently seen trying to protect Miriam from the consequences of her actions, as her forwardness places her in trouble with the Egyptian authorities.
Big Fun. Jethro. Big Little Brother.
Despite being the oldest of the three, Miriam is the shortest of her siblings. Big "NO!". Rameses, when God makes the Red Sea sweep him backwards. Big Ol' Eyebrows. Almost everyone. Jethro is the most prominent though.
Big Word Shout. Rameses, when we see him after the Red Sea returns to normal, alone and defeated:.
Bittersweet Ending. Moses successfully leads the Hebrews out of their lives as slaves, but his brotherly relationship with Rameses is destroyed forever. Blessed with Suck. Moses comes to view being chosen by God as this, as he is forced to be the instrument of destruction, pain and death. Blue and Orange Morality. God. A point made at several times in the Old Testament, and referenced when Moses is speaking to the Burning Bush, is that God is so far above humanity that we can not comprehend His actions.
When Moses questions why he is being selected, God explicitly states that He has done so much more than Moses will ever even be able to conceive. "WHO MADE MAN'S MOUTH? WHO MADE THE DEAF, THE MUTE, THE SEEING OR THE BLIND? DID NOT I? NOW GO.