“Exodus: Gods and Kings” movie quotes tell the biblical story of Exodus when Moses squared up against Ramesses to free the slaves of Egypt. The film was directed by Ridley Scott and written by Steven Zaillian, Jeffrey Caine, Adam Cooper and Bill Collage. “Exodus: Gods and Kings” opened in theaters on December 12, 2014.
In “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” Moses (Christian Bale) learns that a prophecy was made regarding a glorious leader who would lead the slaves from Egypt to freedom and that he is in fact that leader. To accomplish this, however, he must go up against Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses II (Joel Edgerton), someone who Moses grew up with as close as a brother.
But when Ramesses II doesn’t go quietly to Moses’s intent to free the slaves and isn’t interested in the word of God Moses is speaking of, this sets the stage for an epic battle. Up against insurmountable odds and a tough army, Moses must find a way to lead the Egyptian slaves to freedom.Aaron Paul, John Tuturo, Ben Kingsley, Sigourney Weaver and Maria Valverde co-star in the film which opens alongside the likes of "Wild," "Life Partners," "Comet," "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1," "Horrible Bosses 2, "Penguins of Madagascar," "Dumb and Dumber To," "Foxcatcher," "Beyond the Lights," "The Homesman," "Interstellar," "The Theory of Everything," "Nightcrawler," "Big Hero 6," "Before I Go to Sleep," and "Horns.”
When Will You Leave Me?
Moses: “What is the most important thing in your life?”
Miriam: “You are. And when will you leave me?”
God is With Us
Moses: “There is a sea ahead and an army behind. Ready yourselves. You’ve honored me with your trust. If you stay, you will perish. Follow me, you will be free. Do not be afraid. God is with us.”Moses gives his followers a speech as they face insurmountable odds on the path to freedom. He urges them to follow him with bravery and all will be well in the end.
Keep Each Other Safe Always
Seti I: “Moses, Ramesses, when I look at you I still see the two boys who grew up together close as brothers. Keep each other safe always.”Seti offers some wise advise to Moses and Ramesses II. Seti watched them grow up like brothers and hopes that they can keep this mutual respect for one another as adults.
That Leader is You, Moses
Nun: “You know something’s wrong. You always felt it. You parents never told you the truth.”
Moses: “What truth?”
Nun: “The year of your birth, there was a prophecy that our leader would be born to liberate us. That leader is you, Moses.”
Nun tells Moses a secret that his parents kept from him previously. As Nun explains, Moses is destined to be their leader and the one who will liberate the slaves, not that Moses should feel any pressure or anything.