10,000 BC

2008 "The legend. The battle. The first hero."
5.1| 1h49m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 22 February 2008 Released
Producted By: Warner Bros. Pictures
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A prehistoric epic that follows a young mammoth hunter's journey through uncharted territory to secure the future of his tribe.

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Cathardincu Surprisingly incoherent and boring
VividSimon Simply Perfect
Mjeteconer Just perfect...
Haven Kaycee It is encouraging that the film ends so strongly.Otherwise, it wouldn't have been a particularly memorable film
benjamindbridgeman I went into this fully expecting and looking for brain candy. This film is the black licorice of brain candy.
raul_bli Firstly the acting was great. The landscapes were awesome. CGI maybe not the best in the history of cinematography but nonetheless very good. The story was very interesting, not the most complex so only people that read at least 10.000 books can understand, either way not the most simple one. It was right on point and it says enough so you can understand what is all about in that movie. Maybe the only complain which i would agree if i would have cared about the historical accuracy of what happened 10.000 years ago. I can understand that the history snobs get very triggered at a movie when it lacks in accuracy on historical part, but come on, do you really care about what happened 10000 years ago? I mean when a movie has a lot of inaccuracies in more recent events such as ww2 it's ok to complain, but in this case I feel like people are neatpicking. It wasn't perfect, but not how people describe it here, I feel like the grade that movie got does not fo the justice. Have a good day.
brewster139 This film to my mind has a remarkably poor overall rating - suspend your logic whilst watching and just enjoy the quality effects and the excellent locations. This is not Citizen Kane but when compared to other caveman flicks this has to be the best out there. The narrative is pretty simplistic and the acting is basic at best but the overall prehistoric environment that the producers have created is certainly engaging which provides both good action sequences and science fiction/fantasy moments. I would recommend any one interested in the fantasy genre to give this a glance but not to expect too much in relation to character development or intelligent plot lines. The other aspect of this film which I enjoyed was it's nod to antediluvian theories and how ancient civilizations possessed technologies we can no longer harness. Overall this is a film I would watch again and would recommend fantasy fans to give it a go especially if you don't mind occasionally having to endure a scene that is both bemusing and over the top. But by definition that is fantasy isn't it?
Dominic LeRose I've been waiting for years for an absolute epic prehistoric time thriller that shows the difficult lifestyle and has exhilarating action sequences with ancient creatures. When "10,000 B.C." was announced I was dying to finally view what I thought would match my needs. Nope! "10,000 B.C." is a loud, goofy, boring, inaccurate portrayal of one of times most interesting periods. The plot is something you'd see out of a cheesy Disney action film from Jerry Bruckeheimer and gets to the point where it feels like a spoof on the time period. Basically, a young mammoth hunter named D'Leh journeys through uncharted territory after a band of mysterious horse-riding warlords raid his village and kidnaps his lover Evolet along with many others. D'Leh is forced to lead a small group of hunters south to pursue the warlords to the end of the world to save her. The most disappointing thing about this joke of a film is how cheesy the creatures are and how little we actually see them. We see many cheesalisous creatures and only see woolly mammoths and saber-tooth tigers briefly and when we do see them we get to take in the hilarious way they look. Seriously, there are films from the 60's with better visual effects. It's very hard to see how the film takes place in 10,000 B.C., because the setting and people look like a tribe in modern day rural countries around the world. The action scenes are too kinetic, not allowing us to be driven by the scenes or rushed with excitement. They go by too quickly and there are no visual description of where the characters are so there can be no intensity. Weak editing,stereotypical production and costume design and overdone music are all on the weakness of director Roland Emmerich for allowing these weaknesses to be enforced on this film and for using terrible camera work. There's too much running through trees, ridiculous names, fake acting, cheesy effects and sound for this film to be even a little bit entertaining. "10,000 B.C." is similar to something you'd find on the history channel as a reenactment. If you've been waiting for a prehistoric blockbuster film with great visual film elements, don't be fooled like I was with this joke.