10,000 BC

10,000 BC

A prehistoric epic that follows a young mammoth hunter's journey through uncharted territory to secure the future of his tribe.

The movie follows a young outcast's journey through uncharted territory to secure the future of his tribe fas he is forced to defend his people from a brutal onslaught in Independence Day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


10,000 BC torrent reviews

Danny M (es) wrote: The made-in-HK romantic comedy. What it made it interesting is there isnt too much candy coated fantasy in the story. Instead, people hook up, have sex, SMS, and cheat on each other. But what it is great about the story was how the lines were written out for each characters. So the movie is simply filled with a lot of emotions and entertainment for the audience.

Gary G (mx) wrote: Le moins bon des 3 c est sr. Nanmoins quelques moments drles.

Adam P (kr) wrote: Sincere performances from Shelley and crudup can only elevate this material so much. Worth a viewing only if you love the two leads.

Ming Siu G (es) wrote: We love Wong Kar-Wai's movies, but he is not without his excesses, like shooting a movie without a script and treating his actors like props, as he formulates the different possible permutations in his mind. The worst thing is when a newbie filmmaker, desperate to emulate his idol, thinks he can do what Wong does, which more often than not, results in pretentious garbage that neither narratively sound nor aesthetically pleasing.This is one of them. It's damning praise when the best thing about a film is the sound design, but honestly, that's the one bright spark that stands out in a non-movie that's a pretentious critic's wet dream. No narrative, check. Ugly shots, check. Pseudo-intellectual artistic statements, check. Theme that's actually quite easy to grasp, but entirely not worth the effort of grasping, check.OK, there's one good sequence, which is fake archival footage ostensibly shot in the mental hospital. Too bad even that is cribbed from actual archival footage shot in the US in the 1940s - the actors emulate almost the exact same movements, and in many instances, the camera position chosen is exactly the same. Do a search online for the "Prelinger Archives" and look for the documentary short "Symptoms of Schizophrenia", and you'll see what I mean.This sort of pretentious garbage is apparently what gets you film grants and gets foreign critics all excited. This state of affairs is an insult to those who work at their craft. You might have a right to make "art" for "art's sake" (though I'd argue that bad art shouldn't be considered art), but you have no right to con me out of the hard-earned money I paid for my ticket. If I could give it zero stars, I would.

Mara A (mx) wrote: Boring, slow and predictable. It wasn't a good computer/hacker movie, it wasn't a good ghost/horror movie. If you're into lame, gratuitous violence and un-needed bloods and guts...this is your flick. It wasn't mine. Very disappointing, since this was one I had wanted to see in the theater.

Jen S (ru) wrote: Gotta be baked when u watch this!!

Jobert B (us) wrote: Unexpectedly sensitive and tragic; Edie starring as herself is unnerving, powerful, and iconic.

Esteban G (ca) wrote: "A man can be an artist... in anything, food, whatever. It depends on how good he is at it. Creasy's art is death. He's about to paint his masterpiece." I don't know what it is about this formulaic revenge film directed by Tony Scott, but I absolutely fell in love with it from the first time I laid my eyes on it. As much as I love Tarantino's script in True Romance, I still consider Man on Fire to be Tony Scott's best film. I'm also a fan of Denzel Washington's work so their collaboration together in this film is probably the main reason why I enjoy it so much. This was their first film together, but they went on to make three more action films after this one which I enjoyed to a lesser degree. Scott's last film, Unstoppable was a pleasant surprise, but they never matched the quality of Man on Fire. I'm probably alone in this claim, considering it wasn't received well by the critics. There are two other performances here that I really enjoyed. Christopher Walken playing Paul Rayburn, one of Creasy's (Denzel Washington) closest friend and Dakota Fanning as Lupita, the girl that Creasy is hired to protect. Fanning gave one of the cutest child performances I've seen and you couldn't help but feel enraged during the scene in which she was kidnapped. That believable performance and the strong chemistry she had built with Washington is one of the main reasons why the familiar revenge tale manages to work so well and engage its audience emotionally. These are the roles in which Denzel seems to excel at, and he recently proved it once again in The Equalizer. Man on Fire is over the top in its portrayal of violence and it's very stylish, but I was always entertained. Well I think I've written enough about this film so I'll be off to Blue Bayou now! "Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.""Last wish? I wish you had more time."

Silvia F (ru) wrote: The concepts and subject matter of the film are fresh and interesting, but the actual plot is just a retread of the things we see in pretty every movie.Grade:B