Imagine Eli tries to hit DreW OOHHH THAT’D BE EXCITING
i want drammmmaaaaa
Eli did hit Dallas. huehue
that feeling when you forget about your cold drink/shake/starbucks whatever the hell you love to drink, and then drink it for the sake of not wasting it.
Seven personal observations I spotted or realised while watching “Prince of Egypt” for Passover, complete with screencaps. A perfect movie to watch while it rains donkeys and mules outside on a public holiday (it’s late afternoon on Good Friday as I write this post).
1. This is the second and only other time we see a character depicted, even just for a second, with actual irises. The first character was Yocheved in “Deliver Us”. This is the one and only time Moses is depicted with irises, right at the end of “The Plagues”.
2. See the dark line under the left eye (on our right) of Rameses’ statue? I’d noticed it today and it may be just me, but doesn’t it look a little like a tear track? Very subtle symbolism right there of how Rameses is probably feeling at that moment too. Of course we’re all focussed on Moses at this point, but when you’ve watched a movie many times, you start becoming more interested in the background. Below is a cropped version of this screencap with a close up of Rameses’ statue, with an added observation underneath as well.
3. Keep watching the statue’s eyes as the shot pulls out to show Moses. The trails of the burning ice make the eyehole appear to, well, have an eye that moves. As if the plagues weren’t scary enough on their own.
4. Moses will probably never have closure on whether the man he called brother had survived or not, even though he looks across the sea’s breadth in a deep desire to know whether Rameses is alive or not, despite having tried to kill all the Hebrews. Moses is too far away to ever have heard Rameses screaming his name from a rock. If you’ve read the Exodus, you’ll know that Moses has got at least forty years of life ahead of him not knowing if Rameses lived or whether he would ever forgive Moses. Forty years without closure. There goeth my heart.
5. No one, not even Moses, would have heard or seen Rameses shouting Moses’ name to the heavens in a mix of agony, anger, and loss. No one, not even Rameses, would have heard the shepherd’s whispered “goodbye, brother”.
all season I’m been hearing how can you ship zaya
zig is a psycho
zig is abusive
blah blah blah
miles ur prince just pulled a gun at someone, he officially took it to the next level , DONE.
thank you m’dear