The Ten Commandments" is a traditional work with classical settings, while this movie concentrates more on that this is a historical events rather than a religious one. I think the point of this movie is Balance, i.e., it balances well between Moses' minds inside and his outside environments, the Hebrew side and the Egypt side, the servant of the Lord and the leader of the people, and last but not the least, it balances well between science and religion; it keeps offering two angles of viewing the same historical events: the apocalypses, the disasters, the refugee way across the Red Sea, etc.
Zipporah: [wedding night] Who makes you happy?
Moses: You do.
Zipporah: What's the most important thing in your life?
Moses: You are.
Zipporah: Where would you rather to be?
Zipporah: And when will you leave me?
Cast: Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Aaron Paul