Gods of Egypt

Synopsis: Set, the merciless god of darkness, has taken over the throne of Egypt and plunged the once peaceful and prosperous empire into chaos and conflict. Few dare to rebel against him. A young thief, whose love was taken captive by the god, seeks to dethrone and defeat Set with the aid of the powerful god Horus.
Director(s): Alex Proyas
Production: Lionsgate
  2 wins & 14 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
127 min

Few know the whole story .

From what I recall,

begins something like this:

Before history began,

Egypt was the cradle of life .

A paradise of gods who created .

So they decided to live there...

with his lower creation .

Man .

It was impossible to confuse

gods with mortals who worshiped them .

The gods were higher.


instead of blood running through his veins .

And could transform at will

in all sorts of terrifying beasts .

Egypt was divided between two powerful brothers .

Osiris, the god of life,

was the beloved king...

of all the lands that had made fertile Nile


His brother, Seth,

ruled the arid desert...

finding strength and bitterness in their isolation .

But then came the day when Osiris

crowned a new king.

Horus, his only son .

It was a decision that would

test the bond between brothers...

and the fate of all Egypt .

But the gods are just

half of our story .

It was obvious that they alone could not change the course

destination .

It would take a man of exceptional judgment


wisdom and strength .


I was not that man .


underestimating my younger self and reckless...


Never doubt a man struggling

all so powerful...

as any god .

Love .


This dress is horrible.

I need to buy ribbon to make it presentable for the coronation


Best day we spend together.

Tomorrow we'll spend the day together.

At the coronation.

We are lucky that the gods

give us a new king.


You know that the gods do not care.

For they care about you.

- Are they here?

- Bek! Give it back to me.

You know I wanted to use something special.

Did you steal from a merchant

or a closet?

Is faster than waiting to respond to the gods

my prayers.

The gods give us everything we need.


generosity has no limits.

You look beautiful.

Zaya, when I asked you run away with me...

I promised you a good life.

Dresses worthy of a princess.

One new every day.

Jewelry to adorn a palace

gold for our family.

And how many children would?

A dozen.

I would do anything to make you happy.

And how Horus wondered,

the next king, for her big day ?

Lord of the Air.

Big party the last night.

Already people are gathered

to view it.

You will look splendid.

Eventually .

Glorious, glorious, Horus!

Great God .

Nor underestimate Horus .

Because when the destiny of the world is in your hands...

even the gods can

surprised at his own strength .

Glorious, glorious!

If they were to crown me, perhaps

have spent the previous hours...

Preparing a speech for my people.

Could people love him more?

Perhaps Horus

not think we need boring speeches.

Except when it comes to provide his own glory.

Many toasts were needed.

I performed feats that will be sung.

The great lion that killed

terrorizing villages.

Really? Good.

Well worth a song.


No, no, no.

It's fine thank you.


What a pity.

I have arrived late.

But here I am, dressed and sober.

Do not tell anyone.

Have a bad reputation to uphold.

Go here.


No. No, no. No...

It's hard to believe,

but you look like a king.

If that excites you,

who am I to judge?

The jewels excite me.

Look at your wrist,

if the effort is not great.

The bracelet and the Forty

Two Stars.

To remind the demons

I killed for you.

The greatest treasure ever in Egypt.

Is this geezer?

How the goddess of love

does not know?

It's not going to bed with any girl...

Flirts you,

mighty hunter of lions.

Celebrated the hunt.

I would know if you had been here.

I value my independence.

Not so much a dead animal.

You have no problem with them in dress.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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