Neither a lackluster score nor the spotty attempts at comic relief really dull DreamWorks' first foray into Disney-land: This musical retelling of the Biblical story of Moses features a first-rate voice cast and state-of-the-art animation that's nothing
short of miraculous. And thanks to a sharp, economical script, this lavish production also puts a fresh-ish spin on a very, very old story. Baby Moses, child of Hebrew slaves, is found floating down the Nile in a reed basket by the wife of Pharaoh Seti (voiced by Helen Mirren; Patrick Stewart
provides the voice of the Pharaoh). He's raised as one of the royal household, ignorant of his Hebraic origins. When the adul...