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Michael Cole almost 2 years ago
Tries to be more epic than it is
Tim Jules Hull over 6 years ago
Hot tribal locks inflame wouldbe warrior in dreaded crusty fantasy adventure. :)
Don Lathrop 10 months ago
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Phetcharat over 4 years ago
10,000 BC is a 2008 American fantasy film from Warner Bros. Pictures set in the prehistoric era. It was directed by Roland Emmerich and stars Steven Strait and Camilla Belle. The world premiere was held on February 10, 2008 at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin. General release was on March 7, 2008. In 10,000 BC, a tribe of hunter-gatherers called the Yagahl live in a remote mountain range in the Urals and survive by killing woolly mammoths. D'Leh, a young hunter, has a companion named Evolet, an orphan who was found by the tribe. D'Leh, while hunting mammoths, manages to kill one and wins the "White Spear". He also wins Evolet in marriage, but feels he deserves neither since he killed the mammoth by accident. One day, D'Leh and several others are away when horse-raiders called the "Four Legged Demons" attack the Yaghal camp. The horse raiders enslave Evolet; D'Leh, Tic'Tic, Ka'Ren, and Baku pursue them to save her. They enter a rainforest where they are attacked by a large pack of terror...
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