GenreAnimation, Family Running time1h 28m WriterEd Naha LanguageEnglish
DirectorJohn Stronach, Bill Boyce Release dateOctober 19, 2007 (2007-10-19) SequelNoahs Ark: The New Beginning CastBen Kingsley (Narrator (voice)), Christian Slater (Moses (voice)), Elliott Gould (God (voice)), Alfred Molina (Ramses (voice)) Similar moviesThe Prince of Egypt (1998)
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The Ten Commandments is a 2007 American computer animated film directed by John Stronach and Bill Boyce. The film was released to theaters on October 19, 2007 and on DVD on February 5, 2008.
The Pharaoh is a nervous guy, outnumbered by his Hebrew slaves; he orders them to be worked harder, that doesn't break their spirits, so he has all the newborn male babies killed; Moses' parents are not keen on a dead baby, and put him in a basket and send him down the river, where the Pharaoh's daughter adopts and raises him as her own; his playmate is Ramses, the Pharaoh's son. As teens, they wrestle, but Ramses does not like Moses much, and Moses is exiled from town after Moses comes to the aid of a slave being beaten, and the beater is killed.
They all grow up, Ramses is now Pharaoh, God speaks to Moses, telling him to get the Hebrews from Egypt into the promised land. Ramses says no, the ten plagues come, and Ramses gives in only when his son is killed (as God's spirit kills all the first-born Egyptian sons). Moses leads the people from Egypt, ditches Ramses and his army at the parting of the Red Sea, and Moses receives the Ten Commandments and delivers them to the Hebrews. Moses puts Joshua in charge of leading the people the rest of the way.
Ben Kingsley as the Narrator
Christian Slater as Moses
Alfred Molina as Ramses
Elliott Gould as God
Scott McNeil as Seti
Christopher Gaze as Aaron
Kathleen Barr as Miriam
Lee Tockar as Dathan
Matt Hill as Joshua
Tabitha St. Germain (credited as "Kitanou St. Germain") as the Princess
Trevor Devall as Amram
Jane Mortifee as Zipporah
Brian Dobson as the Task Master
Garry Chalk as the General
Nico Ghisi as Ramses' Son
Colin Murdock as the Elderly Slave
Box office performance
The film opened in 830 theaters in the United States and grossed $478,910 on its opening weekend. The film grossed $952,820 in the United States and $99,087 in the foreign market.
The Ten Commandments received mostly negative reviews from critics. The film currently holds a 14% approval rating on review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 21 reviews.