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Gods of EgyptThe god of disorder - Set, who takes over the Egyptian empire and plunges the prosperous empire into chaos and conflict. The film takes place in an alternate world Egypt, where the world is flat and the gods live among mortal humans. Thwaites plays the mortal hero Bek who partners with the god Horus, played by Coster-Waldau, to save the world and rescue his love.Keywords:
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Directors of "Gods of Egypt"Alex ProyasBirthdate: 23 September 1963, Egypt
Creators of "Gods of Egypt"Matt SazamaBurk Sharpless
Critic Reviews of "Gods of Egypt"BuzzFeed NewsMarch 03, 2016
Sometimes Gods of Egypt has fascinatingly go-for-broke visuals. Other times, 1997 Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush... glowers on his boat in space between breaks fighting chaos, as represented by a toothy cloud worm.New York Magazine/VultureFebruary 27, 2016
If it wasn't all CGI, I would have said I hope they saved the sets for another, better movie.Village VoiceFebruary 27, 2016
As bad movies go, this one at least is all-in on its badness.ReelViewsFebruary 27, 2016
If one is going to make special effects the focus of a movie, they need to be good special effects, and that's not the case here. Proyas' ideas are never fully translated from imagination to screen.The AtlanticFebruary 27, 2016
Gods of Egypt gets lost in its own budget, constantly shooting to outdo its visual grandeur but forgetting to lend it any depth. But there's a mad ambition at work.MTVFebruary 26, 2016
It's tempting to dismiss Gods of Egypt as the most perfectly bad film I've ever seen. But that's not fair. It's perfectly itself - a bizarre, yet cohesive, construction.New Zealand HeraldFebruary 14, 2017
It was jarring, distracting and hilarious to watch, almost like being in a very sandy fun house.MovieCrypt.comJanuary 29, 2017
Not funny enough to laugh at, not pretty enough to look at, and not serious enough to care. Like, "what the devil were they thinking?" bad.Salt Lake TribuneDecember 31, 2016
[Gods of Egypt] wraps a cheesy storyline within yards of gaudy spectacle.The Mary SueDecember 31, 2016
It clearly seems to have been made with the desire of making something of quality that just fails spectacularly, and there are definitely some unintentionally laughable moments -- actually a lot of them.Brooklyn MagazineNovember 29, 2016
Granted, there's really no good reason for this nonsense to last over two hours; there's probably no good reason for it to exist at all beyond garnering Alex Proyas a long-overdue paycheck. But here it is, and it's actually pretty fun.Japan TimesAugust 31, 2016
It's a mystery what happened to the movie's reported $140 million budget. The CGI effects vacillate in quality from ho-hum to horrendous.
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