That could have been an alternate version of "Prince of Egypt" (Dreamworks) but is not likely to happen at all (plus, there is very little evidence of the Jewish captivity in Egypt tbh).Not entirely true. In the movie There were a few other greeks assisting.
"They fight. They are sloppy, they are undisciplined, more like tavern brawlers than soldiers. But they get the job done."
Anyways. I'm here to talk about an Idea that Lavie Tidhar mentioned in his book Unholy Land. Where the protagonists father goes a bit nuts from the revelation that Alternate Realities exist. One of the realities he claims to have visited is one where "Moses became Pharoah" . . . and as ridiculous and even blasphemous as that idea sounds, I think it's quite interesting.