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Gods of Egypt  (2016)  (English)
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy
Language: English
Director: Alex Proyas
Producer: Basil Iwanyk, Alex Proyas
Production Co: Summit Entertainment, Thunder Road Pictures,
Music Director: Marco Beltrami
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In this spectacular action-adventure inspired by the classic mythology of Egypt, the survival of mankind hangs in the balance as an unexpected mortal hero Bek (Brenton Thwaites) undertakes a thrilling journey to save the world and rescue his true love. In order to succeed, he must enlist the help of... Read More...
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This movie is perhaps the best example of how expensive special effects are pointless when the story is laughable. And an example of why you should be careful of the next Gerard Butler muscle fest.

Gods of Egypt Review RatingManisha Lakhe (Nowrunning) | Read Full Review

Not only is Alex Proyas' new film borderline unwatchable, it's irredeemably so.Honestly, the film grows stupider by the scene. Gods of Egypt plays out much like a video game: One that feels like watching a particularly ill-mannered teen play. The film, pun fully intended, is an ungodly mess.

Gods of Egypt Review RatingRohan Nahar (Hindustan Times) | Read Full Review

This extravagantly silly ersatz epic has a lunatic conviction you can't help but admire. Like so many of Hollywood's sword-and-sandal offerings, this interminable ersatz epic consigns most of the human race to a sea of digital extras while subjecting its immortal characters to more than two hours' worth of big-screen deification.

Justin Chang (Variety) | Read Full Review

Even as this movie teases you with its absurdity, it also offers you moments of beauty that shimmer like the outstretched wings of a goddess and moments of wit that surface in a hideaway wittily populated by duplicates of the same god, who's having a ball talking to himself and himself and himself.

Manhola Dargis (The New York Times) | Read Full Review

Gods of Egypt is stuck in that uncomfortable middle ground of being arguably immoral by having white people playing Egyptians but also being pretty good. Because Gods of Egypt is really fun. What's doubly frustrating is that Gods of Egypt could easily have avoided becoming the definitive example of everything wrong and stupid with whitewashing.

Scott Mendelson (Forbes) | Read Full Review

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