The Prince of Egypt

The Prince of Egypt is a 1998 DreamWorks animated film based on the book of Exodus about Moses, an Egyptian prince who learns of his identity as an Israelite, and later his destiny to become the chosen deliverer of his people. This movie's 2000 direct-to-video prequel was Joseph: King of Dreams.






Rameses' son:
Why is he here? Isn't that the man who did all this?

Rameses:
Yes. But one must wonder... why?

Moses:
Because no kingdom should be made on the backs of slaves. Rameses, your stubbornness is bringing this misery upon Egypt. It would cease if only you would let the Hebrews go.

Rameses:
I will not be dictated to. I will not be threatened. I am the Morning and Evening Star! I am Pharaoh!

Moses:
Something else is coming, something much worse than anything before. Please, let go of your contempt for life before it destroys everything you hold dear! Think of your son!

Rameses:
I do. You Hebrews have been nothing but trouble. My father had the right idea about how to deal with your people.

Moses:
Rameses!

Rameses:
And it's time I finished the job!

Moses:
Rameses!

Rameses:
And there shall be a great cry in all of Egypt, such as never has been or ever will be again!

Moses:
Rameses, you bring this upon yourself.

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