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Having always loved animation, I'd see anything no matter how obscure or how regarded it is. Moses: Egypt's Great Prince is not bad, nor is it particularly good. The music is great, Moses is a likable titular character, the colours and backgrounds do look nice and colourful and the voice acting is decent. On the other hand, the character designs are rather stiff and crude, while the dialogue feels stilted and the story lacks focus and sometimes drive, either being padded at times or having meaningless subplots like Moses being stalked by mummies. I didn't care all that much for Neferkitty the cat either, the name itself is rather uninspired and the character not only is too politically correct but also adds little to the story. Overall, watchable but unremarkable, I did feel that Dreamworks' Prince of Egypt was a more evocative and compelling animation about the Exodus. 5/10 Bethany Cox
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