I think one should keep in mind that most of these straight to video movies are for children and that the things we find lacking in them as adults are really not so important as what our children may think of them. After Jacob gives Joseph a beautiful coat; and after Joseph shares his dreams of the brothers bowing down to him, they decide that they've had enough of it. There he is made the servant of a wealthy Egyptian who misunderstands him and has him thrown into prison! He shows his God-given gift by interpreting the dreams of two other prisoners. From here, Joseph meets Asenath again and they marry; and afterwards, he prepares the country for the famine. People of faith that are honest with themselves and others have had times in their life when we know our past,we see where we are in the present and we ask why is this happening to us. In doing so, Joseph saves Egypt from disaster and is rewarded with honor and status.
. I was most interested in the features for adults. Even as a slave, Joseph continues to stand out because of his hard work and Potiphar eventually comes to notice this. This inspiring all-new musical animated adventure brings the vibrant story to colorful life, showing us that we all have special gifts that can help us overcome obstacles. The animation doesn't seem to be top notch or at least as well as Dreamworks demonstrated in PoE , but it was easy to get used to. As he rises to power, Joseph finds love and happiness. He tells his brothers that the evil they did, God turned into good.
This stirred great jealousy from his siblings. As for the presence of God, He certainly was there when Joseph finally realizes that all he has suffered was a part of His plan. Joseph interpreted the dreams of a baker played by Ken Campbell and a Butler played by Rene Auberjonois. Joseph is a gifted man, loved deeply and pampered by his Father. So one day, they gang up on Joseph and sell him to slave traders, who, in turn, take him to faraway Egypt. There he is made the servant of a wealthy Egyptian who misunderstands him, and has him thrown into prison. Once the Butler was returned to his station in life, Joseph asked him before he left prison to remember him, but he forgot until the pharaoh had a dream that no one could solve.
But a sudden twist of fate reunites him with his brothers, and the heroic young man must face a decision that has affected us all - the decision of forgiveness. He is made second in command to Pharaoh, and has most of Egypt's grain stored. She asks to see it just about every day and I believe it's because she is drawn to the magnificent artwork. After many trials and tribulations in this new land, Joseph is ultimately asked by the Pharaoh himself to interpret his troubling royal dreams. The youngest of eleven brothers, Joseph is seen as his father's favorite. Joseph: King of Dreams 2000 When Joseph receives a beautiful coat from his parents, his eleven brothers hate him even more and are driven to sell him to desert merchants who take him to Egypt! Uprooted from his home, Joseph is suddenly thrown into a new life filled with high adventure, hidden intrigue and blossoming romance.
Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams which resemble a famine of Egypt, and because of this Pharaoh puts Joseph in charge of the whole country and makes him the second most powerful man in the land. Overall, a nice way to get kids to enjoy the story. Eventually, the Pharaoh begins to be plagued by dreams and sends for Joseph, who interprets them and saves Egypt in the process. Genre: , , , , , Stars: , , , , , , , Director:. My daughter loves this movie. This man trusted Joseph with his most precious possessions, but again, Joseph encountered a snag in his circumstances.
Afterwards, Joseph invites his whole family to live in Egypt and is reunited with his father once more. Afterwards, Joseph invites his whole family to live in Egypt and is reunited with his father once more. Based on the classic tale that has been revered through the ages, Joseph: King of Dreams is the thrilling account of a boy whose unique gifts lead him on an extraordinary journey. Not enough to blow me away, but a pleasant background to the story. Even as a slave, Joseph continues to stand out because of his hard work and Potiphar eventually comes to notice this. This family was happily reunited after a rocky start, but forgiveness prevails. So one day, they gang up on Joseph and sell him to slave traders, who, in turn, take him to faraway Egypt.
Eventually, the Pharaoh begins to be plagued by dreams, and sends for Joseph, who interprets them and saves Egypt in the process. A good execution of the story, which did make me care about the characters. Joseph saw famine in his dream, which brought his brothers to him. They felt he would overtake their legal position in the family. It is during this time when he is reunited with his brothers who come to Egypt for food.
Perhaps what I liked best were the characters themselves. There, he meets the Pharaoh's baker and butler, whose dreams he interprets. It also has sing-alongs to every song in the film and a read-along with a narrator and brief clips from the film. Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams which resemble a famine of Egypt, and because of this Pharaoh puts Joseph in charge of the whole country and makes him the second most powerful man in the land. Joseph went through trials, but God favored him, and he always landed in a favorable circumstance even when things went wrong.
The best part was a commentary by the directors of two scenes from the film in their original versions and how they progressed to the final version. The brother's sudden change well, I guess there were 20 years. Joseph was closer to his father than his brothers and that made the older brothers furious. He shows his God-given gift by interpreting the dreams of two other prisoners. There, he is sold to Potiphar, the captain of Pharaoh's army. If you are interested in behind the scenes information, the commentary is interesting to listen to and view.