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Gods of Egypt. ()IMDb h 7minX-Ray. In order to bring his true love back to life, a clever mortal thief [Brenton Thwaites] teams up with a powerful and. Gods of Egypt [dt./OV]. ()IMDb h 7minX-Ray Set, der Gott der Wüste, hat sich an die Spitze des ägyptischen Königreichs gesetzt und verbreitet. Gods of Egypt auf IMDB. Score: 5,4 des Mortal hero Bek teams with the god Horus in an alliance against Set, the merciless god of darkness, who has. Gods of Egypt. IMDb 5,42 Std. 7 Min+. In order to bring his true love back to life, a clever mortal thief [Brenton Thwaites] teams up with a powerful and. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Gods of Egypt () Filmposter, Promis, Elodie Yung, Nikolaj Coster-waldau, Ägyptische Mythologie, Gerard. Artikel von imdb.com.
Gods of Egypt auf IMDB. Score: 5,4 des Mortal hero Bek teams with the god Horus in an alliance against Set, the merciless god of darkness, who has. Gods of Egypt. ()IMDb h 7minX-Ray. In order to bring his true love back to life, a clever mortal thief [Brenton Thwaites] teams up with a powerful and. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Gods of Egypt () Filmposter, Promis, Elodie Yung, Nikolaj Coster-waldau, Ägyptische Mythologie, Gerard. Artikel von imdb.com. Wasp Network. Schliesslich bringt sie jede von ihnen dem alles entscheidenden Aufeinandertreffen mit dem Lebensgewohnheiten der Dunkelheit ein Stückchen näher…. James Whitlam. Costume Design: Liz Keogh. Camera: Peter Menzies Jr. Verleiher Elite Film Go here Zürich 1 81 8 tel 1 81 7 fax Homepage. ProCinema Schweiz. Neue Releases per E-Mail? Kinostart CH-D: Gods of Egypt () - IMDb. Directed by Alex Proyas. With Brenton Thwaites, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gerard Butler, Chadwick Boseman. Mortal hero Bek. Bilder, Inhalt, Synopsis, Beschrieb, Trailer zum Film Gods of Egypt. IMDB-Rating: / Alterskategorie: 12/ Kinostart CH-D: Kinostart CH-F. The Lego Ninjago Movie (). Alien: Covenant (). Logan (). The Lego Batman Movie (). The Legend of Tarzan (). Gods of Egypt ().
Seeing some of the reviews online, I wonder if people just watch a movie while relaxing anymore. I thought this movie had great effects, a pretty good story line, and very likable characters.
I even liked the bad guys. I see many people commented that the cast was too 'white'. Do they bitch about Star Wars people being too 'human'?
Come on people, this is fantasy. It is OK to have 13 foot tall 'gods' walking around as long as they are ethnically correct???
Do you think Egypt really looked like that in those days? This is a fairy tale. Not real life.
Just like the tales of the bible. Sit down and enjoy a movie once in a while. Don't try to nit-pick through the whole movie! This was a actually a pretty epic movie.
Probably more like an 8 or 9 out of 10, but i have to level out some of the reviews that really dogged this movie.
You have to go into this knowing it is a fantasy movie. And it's pretty darn good. Great story, and satisfying ending. Do yourself a favor and don't pay attention to the overall score, just go and see it.
There were some unexpected twist and turns. The Director definitely didn't cut any corners. Overall though it was good. Hopefully there will be a sequel.
Costumes and acting were good, I know people complained about whitewashing, but really who cares. I know i don't make enough money to care.
Yes, yes, the actors playing Gods of Egypt are white! Guess what, they're not speaking Coptic either! I do believe it is understood that this story is an adaptation of ancient Egyptian beliefs and characters gods and goddesses, afterlife, etc.
So yes, they pick and choose what parts they want in a very westernized tale And I did think that they did a good job.
For the ancient Egyptians, the gods did walk amongst the living. The king was supposed to be the living embodiment of the god Horus.
So the storyline is not really that far-fetched. As for the acting, most of the cast is pretty good.
Horus was a slight let down. It's as if they wanted Aaron Eckhart, but had to make do with this guy. And the girl playing Zaya.
I guess that was her character? Still, every time she came on screen, I thought the ancient Egyptians had great push-up technology. Geoffrey Rush does justice to his role as always.
It's a sweet story overall. And entertaining! Lovely CGI on top of it. I enjoyed it :. I wouldn't recommend it to scholars of ancient Egypt.
But even they would appreciate the nod to mythological characters in this fiction piece :D. Disclaimer: I left pretty much the exact same review on rottentomatoes.
I don't normally leave reviews, but this movie is getting a bad rep, and unfairly! It happens to be one of the better movies out there right now.
HealthyLove 1 March 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 the powerful god Horus Nikolaj Coaster-Waldau in an unlikely alliance against Set Gerard Butler , the merciless god of darkness, who has usurped Egypt's throne, plunging the once peaceful and prosperous empire into chaos and conflict.
As their breathtaking battle against Set and his henchmen takes them into the afterlife and across the heavens, both god and mortal must pass tests of courage and sacrifice if they hope to prevail in the epic final confrontation.
What a great movie elasevinc 21 June This was a movie I was really looking forward to as i love Egyptian mythology, the effects are awesome, acting is good, Nikolaj Costar-Waldau and Gerard Butler make exciting opponents, good fighting scenes, fair amount of appearance by many different Egyptian gods.
Overall greatly entertaining for anyone who is interested in lore, myths, legends and fantasy movies. Just ignore the negative reviews, sit back and enjoy the show : Indeed, it may even be one of the best movies which has a plot in ancient Egypt in the last few years.
Geoffrey Rush as Ra is the cherry on top. Runtime is over two hours which passes away in a jinx since the action is non stop and there are always new extraordinary god characters on screen with different skill sets, good and evil characters with lots of variety.
Have a good time. My expectations were clouded by other reviews because there were so much downsizing this movie, I even postpone my trip to the theater to see if this was a razor's edge or if it was dull as a old beat up sword.
Long story short, I must admit, I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. The storyline was very well put together.
A lot of thought went into this movie and that includes the 3D and special effects. I remember reading about the Gods when I was very young.
My parents brought home books that told stories of Gods and Goddesses. So naturally, I was all hyped up about this movie.
I can say with this is one of those guilty pleasures of a movie and I plan on watching again and again. I really enjoyed this movie.
I am in hopes that this movie will have a sequel with the same level of intelligence, stamina, 3D and special effects to bring the characters to life on the big screen.
I gave it an 8 because there were a few places where the story sort of got off track, but not a deal breaker in my book. If you enjoy fantasy and have a thing for Egypt, then this movie may be right up your alley.
Just one question, when is the blu-ray going to be released. Sign me up. Rivermonsters 2 March So, this is a big budget action and special effects movie about Egyptian gods battling each other to rule the world, right?
When you go to a movie like this, you have certain expectations--its not likely to be on the Best Picture short list next Oscar season, and everyone involved with making this movie knew this.
But from the very first breathtaking camera shot, you can tell The Gods of Egypt was crafted with enthusiasm and a spirit of fun and unrelenting inhibition.
For what this movie was striving for, it is absolutely on target. I saw it on IMax 3-D with my 5th and 7th grade sons, and we loved every minute!
Visually dazzling, a soaring musical score, satisfying play-to-the-back-row acting, interesting and somewhat unfamiliar mythological characters, amazing costumes and set pieces--I think this film delivered on all fronts.
In a way, Gods of Egypt is more original than many similar films of this genre in that it is not a prequel or sequel or reboot of a franchise, or a comic book adaptation.
For instance, while it shares its episodic and implausible plot and style, it is a far more original film than the beloved Episode VII but without decades of nostalgia and anticipation to paper over its weaknesses.
It introduces and creates characters completely new to us in a fascinating and beautiful imaginary world. You will not forget the striking image of the stern but grandfatherly sun god Ra Geoffrey Rush plays it large here!
The judgment of souls in the underworld is another well-presented scene. Horus has a nice character arc. It ends with a worthwhile message from the gods to humanity.
More importantly, it literally offers a thrill or two every 5 minutes for its entire duration. And unexpectedly, this film has no mummies whatsoever!
I feel the culturally inaccurate casting issue, while perhaps regrettable, brought an undeserved sense of negativity about this film.
We recommend that you set this concern aside and enjoy the many pleasures The Gods of Egypt offers--a no-expenses-spared B movie that presents striking and immersive visuals, appealing characters, and a clear understanding of its limitations and aspirations.
I seriously don't understand the horrible reviews, and suppose that people who hated this film probably brought a preconceived negative expectation in with their popcorn.
Give it a chance, there is much to enjoy in The Gods of Egypt! It's a mythological movie, always liked mythological movies, and this one was no exception.
I went into the movie not having read any of the critics reviews, and when I came home afterwards, I was surprised to see so many critics have bashed the movie.
The only problem that they can cite is that this movie had too many white actors in it! This was never a problem in the past, The Clash of the Titans and the Immortals were similar mythological movies from just a few years ago, also with a mainly white cast and it was never even mentioned for them.
Since this movie came out so soon after the Oscar awards ceremony, which was criticized heavily for not having any black actors or black-based films nominated, maybe this movie got unfairly caught up in the fad of the times?
Anyways, there's a lot to love about this film. Watch the depiction of the flat Earth, with a Sun being dragged around by Ra's chariot.
They could've gone with a modern scientific depiction of the round Earth and the Sun, but this is mythology, they wanted to stay true to the mythological depiction, and so they did depict it like mythology has it.
But their depiction is a lot of fun, it is sort of a retro-modern depiction. I never felt the movie dragged at any point.
Before I watched this movie, I heard about the negative reviews about it. I read that the CGI was awful and that acting was terrible. I must say people are too quick to criticize.
This movie has a unique style and that is what made a lot of people to judge very quickly. This movie is not a realistic or historical representation of Egypt and it never tries to be.
It is more of a picture of how gods would look like and with a taste of magic and dream. The fact that gods are portrayed twice the size of humans should be the first sign of this style.
The color palette chosen for the movie is beautiful focusing on yellow of gold and brown of sand.
This coupled with the vibrant and warm colors of the environments and set pieces create a delightful picture to watch. The story is interesting to follow as it unfolds right from the beginning of the movie with a clash between two brothers.
As it is common in these kind of stories, the bad and the good characters are easy to see from the beginning.
The CGI is mostly good and not as bad as it is called out by some people. There were times they felt a bit cheap considering the big budget of million dollars of the movie.
Brenton's character really added a much appreciated tone of fun to the movie and made me feel that familiar sense of feeling of similar movies like Prince of Persia Gerard Butler fulfills his familiar role of war leader very well as expected, of course he is no stranger to these roles.
Nikolaj Coaster-Waldau does a great job portraying his character Horus as well. Although it would be nicer to see a bit more of his character's background.
Overall this movie offers a fun, humorous, entertaining story in a fantasy world filled with magical powers of gods and hatred and love.
This movie is bold, vibrant and fast, it's a shame some people couldn't see beyond the distinct choice of style, which I personally found interesting.
I just saw Gods of Egypt with my 5th and 7th grade boys on 3D Imax, and we loved it! An original movie for a change, not a sequel, or prequel, or reboot, or franchise, or comic book adaptation, or spin-off film.
This movie had very striking visuals, sweeping music, fun acting and action sequences, and engaging characters. It moved along very briskly, despite its slightly long run time.
We had no difficulty following the plot which is certainly no less plausible or linear than Episode VII! There was a nice character arc for Horus, and even a thoughtful message from the gods to humankind at the end.
Ethnically inaccurate casting choices--yeah, it would have been nice to see a more authentic cast, but these actors got the job done, and that is no reason to skip the movie if you like this sort of film, in my opinion.
Give this film a chance, you may enjoy it much more than you expect! One of those perhaps too frequent oddball Hollywood epics where, the first time you see it, you go "what were they thinking?
By nature, they tend to jump around, they tend to be a bit wacky, and they often encourage outlandish performances from their stars.
Which is what we have here. The 1 A-List name star, Gerard Butler has arguably never been more unrestrained in his career. He gives the impression that, after he takes over the world of the living and the world of the dead, his next target is Hollywood itself.
In fact, the lesser known stars give the better textured performances and connect with the audience. Give it a chance -- as a love story that riffs off some extremely misunderstood Egyptian myths and succeeds in spite of itself, it works a treat.
I enjoyed the film a lot and i think it is different from other similar themes and productions about ancient mythology.
Four things attracted my attention and impressed me.. As for the rest of the film.. As for the actors, the main characters here were three..
Set, Horus and Bek Set' s performance although a little overacting from Butler, was better than Horus.. As a conclusion, i say this film is very entertaining.
In a world where the evening news breaks your heart or makes you angry every single night, we turn to movies for entertainment Even with drama, when we're watching it, we forget our own problems and worries.
Gods of Egypt is a movie that does what movies are supposed to do. Gerard Butler has always said how much he loves telling stories, and this is absolutely a story.
It's a whole other world. It's the definition of imagination. Yes, it may be silly to some. Sure, it may not be as accurate as some people would like it to be.
But it's fun and thought-provoking and intense and beautiful and dream-like and diverse. Sphinx Robyn Nevin Sharifa Bruce Spence Head Judge Tiriel Mora Rich Man Keala Pringley Female Child Lindsay Farris Older Bek voice Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Atlas Adams Forger uncredited Talin Agon One of the Goddesses uncredited Kuei Alor One of the goddesses uncredited Emanuele Avezzano Honour Guard uncredited Rhavin Banda Mortal uncredited Jeff Coopwood High Priest uncredited Josh Farah NobleMan uncredited Garrett William Fountain Drummer uncredited Alessandro Guerrera Mortal Man 1 uncredited Gareth Hamilton-Foster Army Warrior uncredited James Henry Guard 1 uncredited Ray Hounsell Guard uncredited Premila Jennar Mortal Atmos uncredited Rachel Joseph Wealthy Servant uncredited Marisa Lamonica Heliopolis survivor uncredited Julian Maroun Young Human Soldier uncredited Rowan Moses Goddess uncredited Richard Mutschall Priest uncredited Eric D.
Osiris God uncredited Adam Roper Soldier uncredited Mitchell Slater Soldier uncredited Suzie Steen Goddess uncredited Kurt Winter Set Guard 1 uncredited Jean-Pierre Yerma Priest uncredited Karim Zreika Weapons Coordinator Jerad Marantz Set Decorator: greens Belinda Villani Chris Smith Devin Breese Glenn Burton Paul Burton James Eggleston Gibbard Roger Gibbon Gregory Kalaitzis Isabelle Langlois Tim Mackintosh Matina Skouteri Vaclav Uhlir Camera Attachment Gerard Maher Costume Researcher Victoria Garcia Principal costume standby assistant Ben Heber