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The Ten Commandments (2007)

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In this animated adaptation of the Bible story Moses hears the voice of God from a burning bush, which inspires him to confront Egypt's pharaoh and demand freedom for the Israelite slaves. ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Narrated by (voice)
Moses (voice)
Ramses (voice)
God (voice)
Scott McNeil ...
Seti (voice)
Christopher Gaze ...
Aaron (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
Miriam (voice)
Dathan (voice)
Matt Hill ...
Joshua (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ...
Princess (voice) (as Kitanou St. Germain)
Amram (voice)
Jane Mortifee ...
Zipporah (voice)
Task Master (voice)
General (voice)
Nico Ghisi ...
Ramses' Son (voice)


In this animated adaptation of the Bible story Moses hears the voice of God from a burning bush, which inspires him to confront Egypt's pharaoh and demand freedom for the Israelite slaves. The pharaoh agrees after a series of horrific plagues, and Moses leads the Israelites through the parted Red Sea into the harsh freedom of the desert. There he ascends Mount Sinai and returns with the Ten Commandments. Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild peril | See all certifications »


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Release Date:

19 October 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

10 prikázání  »

Box Office


$10,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$478,910 (USA) (19 October 2007)


$938,232 (USA) (2 November 2007)

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Good Storytelling, Poor CGI
13 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As others have said, you need to accept some poor CGI to watch this one. Actually the backgrounds and colors are good, and the plagues are scary, but the human figures... yeah, they're ugly. Several figures are annoying caricatures, like the short whiney Hebrew with the vest. So you need to accept this flaw.

Everything else is very good - the voices, the pacing, the action and storytelling. It's surprisingly accurate to the Bible. I would have liked a little more sympathy for Ramses (like in Prince of Egypt), but he does have his sensitive moments, like when his eyes turn sad when he realizes his son might die. Other Egyptians are sympathetic, like the guard who regrets carrying out his harsh duties.

Although Moses doesn't order the killing of nonbelievers as he does in Exodus 32, he accepts that it will happen, and God takes care of things with an earthquake. This is good storytelling: retaining the main idea without making it too harsh for kids. Speaking of kids, my 7-yr-old loved this movie and insisted on watching it 3 times before I returned it! I recommend it for kids 7-10 (and their parents of course).

One thing portrayed particularly well is the ungratefulness of the freed Hebrews. This is a running theme in the Bible, and it's well handled here. The message is a good one: when we are ungrateful, our ingratitude affects those around us. Therefore, let us give thanks for what we have - every step of the way.

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