Moses and the Israelites
Re: Moses and the Israelites
You bring up a good argument, but silent movies didn't always rely on action. They also relied on cards with quotes of characters, camera angles, signs, and titles. Notice how it's just not action alone. Kid's alone are only thinking of the action and not the other elements. The action is the only part they remember until they put the pieces together (if they do). Besides what were you expecting from the Moses movie? In truth the story doesn't have the type of action our modern generation is used too. For an action story in the Bible, I recommend the battles fought in the book of Joshua (what a movie that could've been huh?).
I'm tired of arguing. I'll give you the last word jahnocli.
I guess I took a defensive turn because I spent a solid 6 months working on this movie cramming it in my free time and spending the last few months punching myself in the face trying to get it done for deadline. I didn't mean to offend you any way. No hard feelings?