History WesternAnimation / JosephKingOfDreams

12th Jul '16 7:29:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* FatAndSkinny: In prison, the baker and royal butler, respectively.
** FridgeBrilliance at its finest. The fat one goes and the skinny one is left. This foreshadows the Pharaoh's dreams and eventual fate of Egypt.

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* FatAndSkinny: In prison, the baker and royal butler, respectively.
** FridgeBrilliance at its finest.
respectively. The fat one goes and the skinny one is left. This foreshadows the Pharaoh's dreams and eventual fate of Egypt.
12th Jul '16 6:22:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* VillainousCrush: Zuleika, for Joseph. StalkerWithACrush also applies, especially during one of the montage songs.
11th Jul '16 5:45:59 AM liamhh
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Until becoming Pharaoh's right-hand, Joseph is perpetually barefoot, quite possibly by choice, as the rest of his family wear sandals.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Until becoming Pharaoh's right-hand, Joseph is perpetually barefoot, quite possibly by choice, as the rest of his family wear sandals. In Egypt though, most of the (lower-class) men and pretty much all of the women are perpetually barefoot. Even Zuleika and her niece Asenath prefer not to wear shoes at all.
1st Jul '16 6:31:36 PM ngh93
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2nd Jun '16 2:40:57 PM Dean3
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** One of the lines in the Marketplace song is "What we (the kingdom of Egypt) have made shall not be torn asunder." Then in the next movie, comes the plagues...
2nd Jun '16 1:31:02 PM Dean3
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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to the Prince of Egypt, King of Dreams is much more lighthearted as a whole, from the animation to the characters. Even the Pharaoh in this movie has none of the cruelty and indifference as his ancestors.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to the Prince of Egypt, King of Dreams is much more lighthearted as a whole, from the animation to the characters. Even the Pharaoh in this movie has none of the cruelty and indifference as his ancestors.successors Seti and Ramses.
2nd Jun '16 10:34:17 AM Dean3
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Added DiffLines:

* LighterAndSofter: Compared to the Prince of Egypt, King of Dreams is much more lighthearted as a whole, from the animation to the characters. Even the Pharaoh in this movie has none of the cruelty and indifference as his ancestors.
10th Apr '16 6:24:06 PM imadmagician
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** Many years later, Joseph as the Vizier through ASecretTestOfCharacter calls out his brothers for what they did, selling him into slavery all because of his arrogance and leaving him to rot. He only forgives them on seeing how protective they are of Benjamin, and they admit what they did wrong to him.

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** Many years later, Joseph as the Vizier through ASecretTestOfCharacter a SecretTestOfCharacter calls out his brothers for what they did, selling him into slavery all because of his arrogance and leaving him to rot. He only forgives them on seeing how protective they are of Benjamin, and they admit what they did wrong to him.
28th Jan '16 5:13:23 AM C2
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One of the most obscure of all the Creator/DreamWorksAnimation films, and Dreamworks' first (and to date, only) Direct to Video release.

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One of the most obscure of all the Creator/DreamWorksAnimation films, and Dreamworks' first (and to date, only) Direct to Video feature release.
13th Jan '16 9:56:15 PM Jayalaw
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** Joseph's brothers only admit this many years later, when Joseph as the Pharaoh threatens to make Benjamin a slave on charges of theft. By the time they realized how much they had broken their father's and Rachel's hearts, Joseph was lost to them forever, and they didn't dare confess what they had done.

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** Joseph's brothers only admit this many years later, when Joseph as the Pharaoh vizier threatens to make Benjamin a slave on charges of theft. By the time they realized how much they had broken their father's and Rachel's hearts, with Rachel dying after having Benjamin, Joseph was lost to them forever, and they didn't dare confess what they had done.



* ObliviousGuiltSlinging: Played with when Joseph is questioning Benjamin about the events surrounding his own dissappearance. He knows full well what happened and that the truth behind the questions he's asking are but because his brothers don't recognize him his questions to Benjamin come across as this trope.

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* ObliviousGuiltSlinging: Played with when Joseph is questioning Benjamin about the events surrounding his own dissappearance.disappearance. He knows full well what happened and that the truth behind the questions he's asking are but because his brothers don't recognize him his questions to Benjamin come across as this trope.



* ReplacementGoldfish: Benjamin is one for Rachel and Jacob, to replace Joseph. Joseph's brothers notably treat Benjamin as a second chance, though for much of the movie they deny what they did to their younger brother.

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* ReplacementGoldfish: Benjamin is one for Rachel and Jacob, to replace Joseph. Joseph's brothers notably treat Benjamin as a second chance, though for much of the movie they initially deny what they did to their younger brother.Joseph.



* WeAreNotGoingThroughThatAgain: PlayedForDrama. When Joseph as the Pharaoh threatens to make Benjamin a slave after framing him for theft, the brothers plead for their brother's life and explain that Jacob and Rachel heartbroken after they faked Joseph's death, and that they couldn't make their father relive that.

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* WeAreNotGoingThroughThatAgain: PlayedForDrama. When Joseph as the Pharaoh Vizier threatens to make Benjamin a slave after framing him for theft, the brothers plead for their brother's life and explain that Jacob and Rachel heartbroken after they faked Joseph's death, and that they couldn't make their father relive that.



** Many years later, Joseph as the Pharaoh through ASecretTestOfCharacter calls out his brothers for what they did, selling him into slavery all because of his arrogance and leaving him to rot. He only forgives them on seeing how protective they are of Benjamin, and they admit what they did wrong to him.

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** Many years later, Joseph as the Pharaoh Vizier through ASecretTestOfCharacter calls out his brothers for what they did, selling him into slavery all because of his arrogance and leaving him to rot. He only forgives them on seeing how protective they are of Benjamin, and they admit what they did wrong to him.
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