• Movie Filter - Gods of Egypt - Date: 5/26/2016
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    Content Warnings:
    Sensual Content

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Revealing Clothing,
    Intense Action/Adventure,
    Intense Life/Death Situations,
    Fantasy/Sci-Fi Action,
    Scary Moments,
    Non-Graphic Injury/Wound,
    Alcohol Consumption,
    Murder Topic,
    Dysfunctional Relationships
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  • Gods of Egypt

    In an alternate reality where Egyptian gods walk among men, there is unrest in the kingdom when Set, the god of the desert (Gerard Butler) steals the throne from Horus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), the god of the air. It is up to a human named Bek (Brenton Thwaites) as he teams up with other gods and mortals to set things right again.

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    There is a lot of fighting, stabbing and other carnage in this movie, but it is mostly fantasy violence. The gods bleed golden blood and the killings aren’t gory. Even when a character has his eyes plucked out, it’s disturbing, but the action happens mostly off-screen and the eyes turn into glowing gems. There are also some scenes with Hathor, the goddess of love, who uses her seductive powers to get what she wants, including a scene when she is in bed with another character.

    So Does Gods of Egypt Reign Supreme?...

    Gods of Egypt doesn’t really have any life to it. It’s amazing how a movie full of fantastic beings fighting mythical creatures can still manage to be so dull. It jumps from scene to scene at a frantic pace, but the story is so predictable that you stay a few steps ahead of it the whole time. There is also so much CGI in this movie that it’s practically animated. I appreciate that this movie isn’t a sequel or part of a franchise, but overall Gods of Egypt is largely forgettable.

    Joel Hilton - ClearPlay Sphinx Polisher

    Rated PG-13 for fantasy violence and action, and some sexuality; 126 mins; Directed by Alex Proyas
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Gods of Egypt

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