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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:
Ben Kingsley ... Narrated by (voice)
Christian Slater ... Moses (voice)
Alfred Molina ... Ramses (voice)
Elliott Gould ... God (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Seti (voice)
Christopher Gaze Christopher Gaze ... Aaron (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Miriam (voice)
Lee Tockar ... Dathan (voice)
Matt Hill ... Joshua (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Princess (voice) (as Kitanou St. Germain)
Trevor Devall ... Amram (voice)
Jane Mortifee Jane Mortifee ... Zipporah (voice)
Brian Dobson ... Task Master (voice)
Garry Chalk ... General (voice)
Nico Ghisi 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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An Ordinary Man An Extraordinary Calling See more »


Animation | Family

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild peril | See all certifications »


Official Sites:

Promenade Pictures





Release Date:

19 October 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

10 prikázání See more »


Box Office


$10,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$478,910, 21 October 2007, Wide Release

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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This movie takes place in the thirteenth century B.C. See more »


Moses: Let my people go.
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Version of Moses the Lawgiver (1974) See more »

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A Nutshell Review: The Ten Commandments
1 December 2007 | by DICK STEELSee all my reviews

I suppose Biblical stories will never run out of fashion, though I find it a bit strange that amongst the numerous potential stories for retelling, the story of Moses got chosen again, and for an animated movie no less, although this one's done in 3D. Remember Prince of Egypt? Dreamworks Animation pretty much nailed it, especially when you have a relatively successful hit song as a byproduct (played ad nauseam until it became an irritant). Comparisons are inevitable given the content and the form, and unfortunately, this movie with input from IVL Animation (Singapore) didn't surpass the benchmark set by Prince of Egypt, but it's a slight improvement to the local 3D animated movies that have been released to date (that of Zodiac: The Race Begins and Tales of the Sea).

The Ten Commandments that this version offered is a super summary of events that are in the Bible, starting from an infant Moses in a basket surviving a water borne trip, and bypassing his growing up years creatively through the opening credits. If using Cecil B. DeMille's 1956 movie starring Charlton Heston as the baseline, then it managed to shear off more than 50% of that content, and added just a little bit more toward the last act, which seemed to drag it just a tad longer, including events that you may or may not already be familiar with, but definitely not in the DeMille film, nor in Prince of Egypt.

As an animated movie, and a 3D one at that, it still has not reached the level of quality that one is accustomed to from, say Pixar, which in my opinion deem worthy to be used to measure up against. The animation here is still blocky at certain bits, especially in character design and rendering. But credit has to be given for how key scenes were depicted, and I thought the Burning Bush was particularly well done. Other than that, the Parting of the Red Sea was another key moment, but unfortunately didn't offer any spectacular Wow moment that the earlier Ten Commandment movies provided. It pales compared to the 2D style in Prince of Egypt, though it included a nod towards it of sorts by having those whales(?) swimming around and seen through the water curtain.

The movie managed to snag a more international cast for its voicing of characters, and I thought having Christian Slater (Moses), Alfred Molina (Ramses) and Elliot Gould as the Voice of God, was a marked leap forward in helping the movie gain more attention, compared to the use of local actors (no disrespect of course) who may not have as much international clout to make the film appealing to audiences outside our borders.

This movie will most likely appeal to Sunday School groups, given that it's relatively free of scary images, but yet managing to tell the story of various plagues descending onto Egypt.

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