New Movie 2020 | Exodus Gods and Kings 2014 Full Movie HD || Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton

New Movie 2020 | Exodus Gods and Kings 2014 Full Movie HD || Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton


  1. Wow…good fight …perfect…

  2. Horrible, this is just parts of the movie it ends just past the hour mark then starts the movie over again.

  3. This precisely goes against all of the Torah and the Christian Bible. How this is portrayed is giving in to a new faith of gaia, the earth. God did not come to Moses as a child, but a burning bush that doesn't burn. Moses did not war against Egypt, he was commanded by God, and set forth what is to come by God's hand if the Pharaoh doesn't submit to the God of Abraham, the "I AM". So did Pharaoh ignore God's command, through Moses, and set forth all of the thing's God commanded Moses to speak to Pharaoh, and these things happened. These things did not happen per chance by gaia, but by the I AM. The "left" in hollywood is trying to rewrite the Bible and the Torah. I pray they repent and come to God, the I AM.

  4. i study the book and i know the story, that's why i don't like how you put it together. i can't get the story line. all i see is fighting.its a dislike for me.

  5. Exodus the last time nibiru passed through and caused a crustal shift the 3600 years have passed and here we are again

  6. Prince of Egypt was better.

  7. What's with the editing?

  8. What a waste of time, this movie is incomplete and restart again before finishing 😡

  9. Didn’t follow the Torah!!!

  10. I will watch, but I know all the characters are Black People, not black arabs. I know this is total propaganda against GOD'S children, the Black people spread all throughout the world. Thank GOD ALMIGHTY we are in The Last Days, and the world will really know The Truth about His people.🤗

  11. Felicidades, iki minangka conto.
    250 sentadillas son unos BOOMSEX.Uno muchas y un buen ejercicio.
    5:25 Dadi deja ver que hay muy buenos resultdos 🇧🇷🇳🇿

    Saludos desde la Cd.. de donya
    los mort..

  12. The movie looks interesting.

  13. Có vietsub nữa thì tuyệt

  14. So edited and chopped every 20 seconds or so, impossible to enjoy or intelligently follow the story line😖 But TYSM for trying.

  15. الفيلم جاءت تفاصيله مخالفه للحقيقه المذكوره فى القرأن الكريم وخصوصا موت فرعون والامر مقصود من صناع الفيلم

  16. Typical Hollywood ignoring the Bible Text and portraying their own version of things, it's a good thing God is merciful or..

  17. The scenery and costumes were very good it's too bad nothing stayed on the screen long enough to appreciate it. This chopped up movie is annoying.

  18. This is a movie about the biblical exodus story. Historically, it sets the story in the time of Pharaoh Ramesses II, who ruled Egypt between c. 1303 – 1213 BC. This dating follows a popular theory of 19th and early 20th century egyptologists, which is based on the mentioning of the treasure cities Pi-Ramesses and Pithom where the Israelites were enslaved in the stone quarries and from where it is said the exodus started in the bible. Since the treasure cities were built by Pharaoh Ramesses II, it appears natural to associate Ramesses II with the Pharaoh of the exodus. However, this theory does not take into account that the Israelites could have been imprisoned there after the times of Ramesses II. The major problem with the Ramesses II theory is that Egypt was at the height of its power during the reign of Ramesses II, and Canaan, the aim of the exodus, was in the tight grip of the Egyptians during that time. The Israelites would have encountered stationed troops all along their way to Canaan and Egyptian garrisons in the cities they were going to conquer. So, there was no way that the Israelites could have escaped under these circumstances. This suggests that the exodus took place at a later time when Egypt was in a weakened state. It is not difficult to locate what time period that was. Shortly after Ramesses II, around 1200 BC, the so-called late Bronze Age collapse of the ancient world happened, where maundering former mercenary troops, usually called the sea peoples, plundered and pillaged all over the place. The successor of Ramesses II, Pharaoh Merenptah, had to take action against these sea peoples, who tried to invade Egypt by sea in the delta of the Nile, and by land from Lybia and from the Near East. He was able to repulse these invaders, and there is a stela commemorating his successes, dated to 1209 BC. Interestingly, the Israelites are mentioned on that stela, saying that their land was laid to waste. This shows that there were already some Israelites in Canaan at that time. Regarding the exodus, a non-biblical account actually exists. This account is compiled in the Aegyptiaca, a comprehensive history of Egypt written by the 3rd century BC greco-egyptian historian Manetho, member of the library of Alexandria and High Priest of Heliopolis, which has survived in abbreviated form in a few copies. In this account the Pharaoh of the exodus is named Amenophis with a pre-decessor Seti and a successor Ramesses. This has led to much confusion, because the name of Amenophis is in the regal names of many pharaohs and therefore very ambiguous. In some of the copies of the exodus account Amenophis is replaced by Merenptah, which shows that the ancient scribes were well aware of this ambiguity and tried to correct this by inserting a pharaoh they deemed the most plausible. However, today we have a much more complete list of pharaohs, and the succession of pharaohs that matches the template in the Manetho account best is Seti II, Setnakhte, and Ramesses III. According to this, Setnakhte was the pharaoh of the exodus, who ruled from c. 1189 BC – 1186 BC. However, the situation is a bit more complicated. Seti II, the son of Merenptah, died in 1197 BC, and he was succeeded by his possibly half-brother Siptah, who ruled between 1197 – 1191 BC and died still in his childhood. Siptah was succeeded by Twosret, sister, wife and widow of Seti II, who is assumed to be a daughter of Merenptah, who ruled between 1191 – 1189 BC. Before that, Twosret was a regent for Siptah together with the Asian Chancellor Bay. Because Twosret had no surviving children and was the sister of the Pharaoh Seti II, some scholars consider it as plausible that Twosret could have been the foster mother of Moses as the bible tells it. During the reign of Twosret a man called Irsu, meaning "a self made man", came to power, who ruled independently over Canaan, allied himself with Twosret and was free to plunder and neglect Egypt according to the papyrus Harris I. According to the same papyrus, Setnakhte came to power in this time of crisis, he founded the 20th dynasty, and under him the expulsion of Asiatic tribes from Egypt started. This fight against Asiatic tribes and sea peoples continued under his son Ramesses III. A major event was a defeat of the sea peoples in the year 1177 BC. Ramesses III managed to pacify and settle down these Asiatic tribes and sea peoples, but the constant warfare led to a significant decline of the power of the Egyptian Empire. These documented historical events correlate with the exodus account of Manetho, although this account concentrates on other details. According to the Manetho account the Asiatic tribes in Egypt are identical with the so-called Hyksos, meaning "masters of the foreign lands" of Asia, which is how the Egyptians denoted the Near East. These Hyksos invaded Egypt in the aftermath of the Santorini volcanic explosion of 1650 BC in the Aegean Sea, which fallout led to a significant weakening of the Egyptian culture. Yet, there is evidence that Canaanite tribes from Asia proceeded the Hyksos and gradually settled in the Nile delta from the end of the 12th dynasty (c. 1991 BC – 1802 BC) forward. The Israelites were a tribe of Canaan, which followed the stream of Asian tribes into Egypt, and they were presumably also among the early settlers. The Hyksos were repulsed from Egypt during the reign of Pharaoh Ahmose (1550 – 1525 BC). However, this expulsion was a long process, and not all the Hyksos tribes left Egypt, amongst them obviously a large portion of the Israelites. According to Manetho, the Hyksos tribes settled back to Canaan, where they founded most prominently the city of Jerusalem. This movement of peoples explains why there were Israelites back in Pharaoh Merenptah's times as mentioned earlier. Pharaoh Setnakhte then decided to take action against the remaining Hyksos and Israelite tribes in Egypt. These belonged to the poorest part of the population, depending heavily on subsistence given out at the temples and stigmatized by the Egyptian population as potentially leprous. The depiction of the Israelites (together with other Hyksos) as lepers is mirrored in the biblical exodus story, where we are told that Moses had a leprous arm but could heal himself. This is one of the passages of the biblical text that clearly responses to the historical Egyptian account in an apologetic manner, which shows that the biblical text is very closely related to the Manetho account. Another example is that the biblical text says that the Egyptians gave the Israelites gifts in order to make them leave Egypt, whereas the Manetho account states that the Israelites left Egypt plundered and pillaged. Pharaoh Setnakhte then arrested the Israelites/Hyksos and made them work in the stone quarries, concentrating them later in the town of Avaris in the delta of the Nile, which was the former capital of the Hyksos, and later the place where the city of Pi-Ramesses was moved to. Facing extinction, the Israelites with other slaves revolted. They elected a man named Osarseph as their leader, who named himself Moses later on (which name basically means inspired by the divine. More precisely, it means "connected with the divine outflow" or "sired by the divine", which is more profanely "son of a God". So, e;g;, "Ramesses" means "Son of Ra"). Osarseph was an Israelite and a former priest in the town of Heliopolis.

  19. It's amazing how Hollywood portrayed the Kushites (Ethiopian), Egyptians & Hebrews as a white ppl LoL like do these "white leaders" ain't black folks so much. 2022 they need to make the truth be showed and stop misleading everyone.

  20. I understand the copy right thing. But the way the movie is uploaded makes it a waste of time to watch

  21. This movie is not complete and the scenes are all mixed up… watch on tubi for free… very good movie based off the New testament not the old one… so do your re search if u have any questions about the red sea .

  22. This movie is lie an not even close to what actually happen in the holy Bible! I see this move as assault on GOD..

  23. This is a good movie but they should have been absolute in the teachings of the scriptures.

  24. It keeps on cutting from the scene the changes to another??? What the hell??🤔

  25. La Biblia dice que faraón murió ahogado con tu todo su ejército en la película los salvan🤣🤣🤣🤣

  26. El personaje principal Moises habla con un niño la biblia dice que hablaba con Dios la Biblia dice que el pueblo pasó el mar en seco en la película pasan en el agua🤣🤣

  27. Un completa mentira esta película no apegada a la biblia un churro

  28. so many lie,s mixed in this movie

  29. nice movie but skipping and jumpinhg the scene

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  31. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 a bunch White people making a movie about black history

  32. When did Moses turn white

  33. What a racist movie. whitewashing history. I'm disgusted 🤞

  34. Horrible casting lol 😂 the whole thing WHITE WASHED JUST LIKE HISTORY 😂🤷🏾‍♂️🙏🏾the most high will not be mocked

  35. The image of the brews lol
    And everyone ain’t accurate 👸🏿

  36. Why so many cuts also in the audio.

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