Is it just me or was this movie terrible? Don't get me wrong, Dougray Scott as Moses was fairly convincing (no where near as moving as Charlton Heston's performance) but the second half of this movie was terribly written, and even more terribly directed. It seemed to me as though the director wanted Moses to come off as just the leader of some cult. I mean, it was as if NONE of his followers had any previous knowledge of God, like they were completely dumbfounded by the words of "I am who I am." And like they all still somehow doubted the power of God, even after he brought about the plagues on Egypt and gave Moses the power to part the Red Sea. To tell you the truth, I am going to ask my minister/pastor/priest/rabbi what his/her take was. Surely I'm not the only who saw this as an inappropriate representation of Moses and his followers. This film really let me down, the first part (of two) was overall pretty good, but the majority of the second part was just awful.