The Ten Commandments

by APieceOfShitNamedTate 7 Replies latest social entertainment

  • APieceOfShitNamedTate
    Who's watching? I probably won't watch the whole thing, but I'll tune in here and there. This will be my first time watching from a PIMO/TTATT point of view. Even though it's most likely that none of this stuff ever happened, I still consider this to be one of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time.
  • APieceOfShitNamedTate

    This is also my first time watching this movie on HD flat-screen, and Anne Baxter's nipples make me think...thoughts.

  • Vanderhoven7

    Saw this movie when I was in elementary school and my Dad was following the Witnesses.

    Aside from the deviations from scripture....

    The dividing of the Red Sea scene was absolutely spectacular, especially for the day. However, the burning bush scene was totally unremarkable and the movie itself tediously too long.

  • neat blue dog
    neat blue dog

    I find the '50s version to be overrated, and quite cheesy to be honest. Much prefer the 1920's version, which was also made by Demille.

  • APieceOfShitNamedTate
    I've always wanted to see that one. I'll have to check it out.
  • LongHairGal

    A PIECE OF..:

    I just turned on The Ten Commandments after watching some of The Greatest Story Ever Told...Stories about Jesus’ crucifixion make me sad.

    I like the story of Exodus better. I also like watching Yul Brynner. I love when he says ‘so let it be written - so let it be done’.. Nobody like him. The rest of the cast is amazing too.

  • neat blue dog
    neat blue dog

    WT ripped off a lot of aspects especially in the non-biblical dialogue from The Ten Commandments for their convention dramas from the 60s and 80s.

  • smiddy3

    "The Ten Commandments" was a good movie to watch given its fictional storyline.Nice entertainment.

    And I give all the Actors a "G" for their performances .

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