Exodus: Gods and Kings Movie Review Trailer and Cast

Exodus Gods and Kings Movie Review Trailer and Cast-YesGulf

Movie Name:             Exodus: Gods and Kings

Genre:                          Action, Adventure, Drama

Language:                   English

Date of Release:       12 December 2014 (USA)


The defiant leader Moses rises up against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses, setting 600,000 slaves on a monumental journey of escape from Egypt and its terrifying cycle of deadly plagues.

User Ratings:              6.4/10 Stars.

Stars and Cast:

  • Christian Bale (Moses)
  • Joel Edgerton (Ramses)
  • John Turturro (Seti)
  • Aaron Paul (Joshua)
  • Ben Mendelsohn (Viceroy Hegep)
  • María Valverde (Zipporah)
  • Sigourney Weaver (Tuya)
  • Ben Kingsley (Nun)
  • Hiam Abbass (Bithia)

 Company Credits:     

  • Chernin Entertainment
  • Scott Free Productions
  • Babieka
  • Volcano Films


  • Ridley Scott


  • Adam Cooper
  • Bill Collage
  • Jeffrey Caine
  • Steven Zaillian

Sound & Tracks:        

  • Belfast Child
  • Coldplay Midnight

Technical Specifications:

Runtime:                     150 min

Sound Mix:                

  • Dolby
  • Dolby Atmos

Color:              Color

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1

Official Trailer: 


Exodus: Gods and Kings is an epic retelling of the Biblical story of Moses liberating the Jewish slaves from the Egyptian evil pharaohs. There’s bunches of repulsive violence, especially in the delineation of the seven plagues, with dreadful measures of death, blood, turmoil, destruction, and terror. Dead animals and children are seen. There’s also loads of hangings, fighting, slaves being whipped, and an unnerving tsunami.

The movie shouts to life in the big moments, having some energy and ambition missing from the rest of the movie. The special effects are very well done and the production design is also outstanding. Even though this is a biblical, classic story that most of the movie-fanatics might already are familiar with, but the film-makers have decided to pack this ancient tale with overemotional action scenes.

Teens who are interested about seeing a Biblical epic may be influenced by the movies action, and Moses’ story is still there – and still worth telling and debating, despite the fact that he’s not depicted as an honourable legend.