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The Prince of Egypt is Underrated

I think I’ve blogged about this movie in the past in various forms, but I just found this:

And it reminded me of how underrated this movie is. Not just in terms of the songs, but the whole thing.

I mean, this scene? This is some of the most beautiful animation I’ve seen.

I don’t know if it’s because my little stupid kid brain always pictured like 200 people going for like a quarter of a mile to cross the Red Sea when we read about all of this stuff in Catholic school, but when I first saw this movie I was amazed at the immense number of people and how long of a walk it was to cross the sea. It makes the story that much more impactful, I think.

And yeah, I know, bible stuff, but still. This movie is really well done. Watch it if you haven’t.

Yay for Netflix letting me re-live my childhood

I used to watch The Prince of Egypt at my dad’s house when I was younger (it came out in 1998). This was always my favorite scene.

I’m not religious, but I did go to Catholic elementary school (as most of you have probably read on here). I always thought the story of Moses was one of the most interesting components of the Bible, especially the “parting the Red Sea” part.

And at the very least, I think we can all agree that the animation and music here is ridiculously amazing.