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A genre that was once as moldy as stale communion wafers has been reborn this year, first with Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" and now with Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods & Kings".The 3-D "Exodus" also refashions Moses (Christian Bale) for modern times, giving us an elite, action-film combatant who's less a conduit for God than a strong-minded individual whose beliefs mostly jibe with the deity who secretly appears to him."Exodus" begins promisingly, with a bald John Turturro in makeup. There are, at best, only two clearly seen characters in "Exodus," with supporting players like Ben Kingsley (as a Hebrew elder), Sigourney Weaver (as Seti's wife) and Aaron Paul (as a Hebrew slave) all but inconsequential."Exodus" does indeed supply the big scenes.
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