The last Day of Unleavened Bread is tomorrow (I think), and I haven’t really thought much about the Exodus. Last year, I did a Moses marathon, in which I watched a bunch of Moses movies. I’ll try that this year as well. I have Cecil B. Demille’s The Ten Commandments, The Prince of Egypt, Moses (with Ben Kingsley), Moses (with Burt Lancaster), and The Ten Commandments (with Dourgay Scott). Which will I watch first? I’m hesitant to start with my favorite (the Charlton Heston one), since I prefer to save the best for later. But I don’t want to save it for last, for then I’d be burnt out on Moses movies and wouldn’t get the emotional high I usually get out of it. Decisions, decisions!
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