In a remote mountain tribe, the young hunter, D'Leh (Steven Strait), has found his heart's passion - the beautiful Evolet (Camilla Belle). When a band of mysterious warlords raid his village and... View more >
sequences of intense action and violence
Starring Steven Strait, Camilla Belle, Cliff Curtis
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The previews promise more than the movie delivers. It was OK but I wish it were more. I really was looking forward to something other than what I seen in the show house.
What a yawner this movie is. The special effects are really bad the cgf charaters are Jurrasic Park quality, the storyline (there really isn't one) rambles on and on and in fact so does the whole movie. We saw people walking out about a third of the way thorough it. We wonder if they got their money back! I would not recommend this movie for anyone. It's a waste of time and money.
I can't give you one reason to see this horrible movie but I can give you 10,000 to stay away. Poor story line, bad acting, terrible editing. Save your money.
Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl back. A half our story stretched into 2 hours. Not original and not well done.
The special effects were few and didn't really contribute to the plot. The plot itself was very elementary... which is where they went to find the ending to this story, the nearest elementary school and asked the kids opinion on how to end it.
"10,000 BC" takes place in the year 10,000 BC. Could've take place in 5000 BC for all I care. Despite a few scenes, it's still not wroth sceeing despite the creatures and the music score. the acting is not so good. One Question:Why is one tribe speaking English, while another tribe speaks another language? You tell me. they're speaking something that won't be invented until later. I like some parts of the movie, while I didn't like the rest. A close call.
In my opinion 10000BC was so boring we actuallly for the first time ever were going to ask for our money back. The acting was a joke, graphics were poor, story dumb and agonizingly a pain to sit through.
If Hollywood keeps this up thearters will be bankrupt in a year. I would not recommend this film to anyone unless you are starving for something to do. To put it in one word it was a disappointment and expect it will be on cable soon so wait until you can watch it for free while your doing the laundry.
I would not even rate this a "rental" and we have seen a lot of movies in forty years. Of course this is just my humble opinion, your kids might like it.
The special effects were kind of choppy. They lifted a couple scenes right out of 300 and Jurassic Park. Definitely one you don't have to run out to see.
This is a lackluster movie that doesn't live up to the promise of its marketing.
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