the prince of egypt

anonymous asked:

Fandom twin~ Your new icon is so beautiful <3 Er, which PoE questions haven't you answered yet? 26? 10-12, 16? :)

Prince of Egypt asks

26. Favorite quote?

“are these your camels?”

I don’t know how much in the minority I am on this but I love the way Aaron dragged Moses, the was it when you found out you were one of us? bit in particular. I know the movie sort of frames Aaron as a coward/unduly skeptical for saying what he does, but it’s an absolutely necessary perspective and it cuts deeper because it’s put in the mouth of Moses’ own brother.

10. Queen Tuya or Yocheved?  This question is terrible; I love them both. They were given vastly different amounts of time in Moses’ life but they’re equally important in shaping the man Moses became.

Originally posted by fuckyeahprinceofegypt

11. Seti or Hotep and Huy? They all suck but I can’t take the two high priests seriously at all.

12. Rameses’ son or Tzipporah’s sisters? As sorry as I feel for Rameses’ son, I just didn’t care for him as a character. Tzipporah’s sisters were one of the best parts of the Midian scenes, I love how even with the limited screen time they were given pretty distinct personalities. I think the middle child is the one i identify with the most. :)


Moses, hear what I say. I have been a slave all my life. And God has never answered my prayers until now. God saved you from the river, He saved you in all your wanderings, and even now, He saves you from the wrath of Pharaoh. God will not abandon you. So don’t you abandon us


The Prince of Egypt (1998) 

Yes, Aaron, it’s true. Pharaoh has the power. He can take away your food, your home, your freedom. He can take away your sons and daughters. With one word, Pharaoh can take away your very lives. But there is one thing he cannot take away from you: your faith.


2D Dreamworks + TV tropes | Red oni, blue oni

Two individuals who are significantly linked together (as friends, siblings, rivals, etc.) and have contrasting personalities and approaches to the world.

The Red Oni is associated with passion, wildness, and defiance. A red oni character is extroverted, enthusiastic, determined, and filled with a zest for life. The Blue Oni is associated with serenity, control and observance of authority. A blue oni character is proud, traditional, and introverted. While many expressions of this trope play it straight, it is also not uncommon for the Blue Oni and Red Oni to mix traits.