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A Review on The Prince of Egypt On Friday November 26 1999 I sat down and viewed the entire movie The Prince of Egypt This movie was about Moses and some of his life journeys In this movie you see Mosess transition from living as the Prince of Egypt to being Gods deliverer and going against the Pharaoh to free the Hebrews out of Egypts slavery This movie was excellent in the way it portrayed Mosess journeys and helped the viewer get a better understanding of all of the emotions that were taking place at this time In the beginning of the story Moses was a newborn baby of a Hebrew family At the time the Pharaoh had ordered that any son born into a Hebrew family must be thrown in the river as a means of execution Mosess family tries to save him by placing him in a basket and sending him floating down the river praying to God for his safety His sister follows the basket floating down the river and sees that it floats up to the palace of Egypt where the Pharaohs wife finds him and decides to keep him as her own son Mosess sister sees that he has reached safety and prays that one day they will be reunited During the next scene Moses is playing with his brother Rameses riding all over the kingdom in chariots They eventually destroy some of the construction and the Pharaoh reprimanded them both for their behavior Moses knows that the Pharaoh usually puts dishonor on Rameses when he is troublesome so Moses takes the blame to protect his brother from the shame This scene depicts Mosess closeness with Rameses and the love he has for his brother Moses then travels through the town and runs into his biological sister who tells him that he is a Hebrew At first Moses does not believes her but then he returns to the palace
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