Overall Rank: 27866
Average Rating: 1.7/4
# of Ratings: 84
Theatrical Release Date: 03/07/2008
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 06/24/2008
Genre: Adventure, Drama
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Roland Emmerich
Actors: Camilla Belle, Steven Strait, Cliff Curtis, Omar Sharif, Suri van Sornsen, Marco Khan
Plot: A small tribe of people who survive by hunting the great mammoths is threatened when a large tribe takes some of their people. A few great hunters go on a journey to find their tribesmen and end up starting the prophecy to take down the gods that have forced their people into slavery. -- Josh C
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/11/2014
Worst movie of 2008. This movie was boring and slow.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/20/2011
In 10,000 BC how in the world did they communicate so well? I cannot comprehend how dull and unimaginative this was. All hype and marketing and lack of substance. Effects were good and all, a few solid performances. It could have been way better if it were more realistic, better directing and film score. This film should be extinct.
Snoogans - wrote on 09/11/2011
Big budget, small brain. This is an empty and boring expensive movie.
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MovieGuy878 - wrote on 05/15/2009
"10,000 B.C." is a laughably bad and ridiculous epic adventure movie that fails on almost every level. The story is stupid and unoriginal, while the characters are ones you rather see die than live. The terribly wooden acting, filled with most no name actors doesnt help things any. All of the blame must go on director Roland Emmerich, who is now obessed with visuals over a rich and rewarding story. He is like Michael Bay, but not as talented. They are some entertaining sequences but they are only a few and they are so short. The worst thing about a bad movie is when it bores, and this one becomes boring fast. "10,000 B.C" has to be one of the most historically inaccurate movies ever because theres things that like wooly mammoths that help in the building of pyramids and cavemen that are …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 08/31/2008
Everyone loves to hate this movie but it really wasn’t that bad. I think one of the main reasons why people disliked this film is because the trailers promised an epic greatness. As it turns out, the picture turns out to be hugely inaccurate and not as magneficient as people expected it was going to be. For me, I ignored all the inaccuracies and just focused on how exciting it was and if the story made sense. On both fronts, I thought it was mediocre: there were pulse-pounding scenes but most often followed by tedious speeches when the characters voice out what they think. The story did not really make much sense but it was bearable. “10,000 B.C.” has a handful of similarities with “Apocalypto,” but the latter is a lot more skillful in its storytelling and scope. For those …
Tino - wrote on 05/16/2008
10,000 B.C. is the kind of movie that you sit through, thinking of entirely better films for the whole length of the movie. This is a whopper of a misdeal. This is trying to be the next epic adventure movie, and there is really nothing epic about it. It is a flat, dull, almost embarrassing try for sword and shields action-adventure movie, but there is very little action and no real sense of adventure here. Roland Emmerich has gone from a valued action 'epic film' director, to a bad quality effects director, similar to Michael Bay. From the glory days (somewhat glory, nowhere near great masterpieces) of Independence Day, Stargate, and the Patriot, he has come to less character development, less story, and more action, and long supposed-to-be-dramatic shots of character faces. This is …
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