Continuing on with our Moses movies, this animated musical from 1998 happens to be my favorite one. Dreamworks was just entering the animation game in the late '90s, and though this particular film doesn't feel anything like what would later become their staple in animation, to this day I think it's one of their best movies. The story of Exodus is taken pretty seriously here, and re-imagined in a way that sees Moses and Rameses as brothers who actually loved each other before their big falling out. A star studded cast provides the voiceover work (Val Kilmer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sandra Bullock, Ralph Fiennes), the animation style is different and interesting to look at, and the songs were actually memorable and catchy. Even though The Ten Commandments remains the quintessential Moses story, The Prince of Egypt really works as a kind of joyful companion piece, imbued with a genuinely spiritual vibe.