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Gods of Egypt Movie Quotes

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Gods of Egypt movie quotes tell the story of what happens when a mortal and Egyptian god team up to save the world from a fellow god eager to take over the empire. The fantasy film was written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless, and directed by Alex Proyas. Showing in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D, Gods of Egypt opened on February 26, 2016.

In Gods of Egypt, god of darkness Set (Gerard Butler) feels entitled to the throne to the Egyptian empire and will do whatever it takes to steal it from god of sun Ra (Geoffrey Rush). An empire under Set would be devastating to the residents and to thwart that outcome, a number of people need to step up to the battle.

But the most likely hero, god of the skies Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), has lost his eyes. So Zata (Courtney Eaton) encourages her love interest, mortal Bek (Brenton Thwaites) to go on the unlikely quest to recover and return Horus's eyes and join Horus in taking Set down. None of the above are easy, but necessary to save them all. Luckily, the mortal takes on the challenge.

Gods of Egypt had stiff competition at the box office when it opened alongside the likes of Triple 9, Deadpool, Zoolander No. 2, Hail, Caesar!, and The Revenant.
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    There is Chaos

    There is Chaos
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    Ra: Egypt has always been a paradise. But now there is chaos. God of the Air, you must protect the mortals.
    Horus: I don't know if I'm strong enough.
    Ra: Then become stronger!

    As Ra explains, in also explaining the plot of the film, Egypt is under attack and Horus must save them all. When Horus explains that he might not be able to save them, Ra orders him to improve himself.
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    Bow Before Me

    Bow Before Me
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    Set: Bow before me or die.

    For Set, being the god of storms does not come with any ounce of humbleness. He orders his legion of soldiers to bow before him and submit or perish. How charming.
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    Horus: Are you sure you're not a god?
    Bek: What would I be the god of?
    Horus: Impossible

    While Bek isn't the most likely Egyptian God, there just might be a place for him in that elite brotherhood. What he might be a god of, on the other hand, isn't as flattering.
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    I Command You

    I Command You
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    Horus: You!
    Hathor: Just shut up and stay out of my way.
    Anat: Pretty girl, you don't belong in battle. Burn her!
    Hathor: What a lovely creature you are. Let me help you. You are so very cold. Warm yourself. I command you.

    Anat sees a pretty girl in Hathor and orders her serpent to attack her. Hathor, however, seems to have a way with the serpent and quickly makes it work for her favor.
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