10,000 B.C.

10,000 B.C.

Director: Roland Emmerich Cast: Steven Strait, Camilla Belle, Cliff Curtis
4.4 14

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10,000 B.C.

A young outcast from a primitive tribe is forced to defend his people from a brutal onslaught in Independence Day director Roland Emmerich's fast-paced period adventure. Despite the fact that he is low man on the totem pole in his tribe of fearless hunters, a brave young boy (Steven Strait) longs to win the heart of a beautiful princess (Camilla Belle) who is well above his station in life. When an overwhelming horde of powerful invaders forces the hunters into slavery and abducts the princess, the once-aimless boy suddenly finds his destiny taking an unexpected turn. Now, if he has any hope of saving his tribe from certain extinction, this young boy will have to fight for the future to his dying breath.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/24/2008
UPC: 0085391139676
Original Release: 2008
Rating: PG-13
Source: Warner Home Video
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:49:00
Sales rank: 21,518

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steven Strait D'Leh
Camilla Belle Evolet
Cliff Curtis Tic Tic
Joel Virgel Nakudu
Ben Badra Warlord
Mo Zainal Ka'ren
Nathanael Baring Baku
Mona Hammond Old Mother
Marco Khan One-Eye
Reece Ritchie Moha
Joel Fry Lu'Hibu
Omar Sharif Narrator
David Dennis Slave Guard #1

Technical Credits
Roland Emmerich Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Renee April Costumes/Costume Designer
Alex Berner Editor
Aaron Boyd Co-producer
Sarah Bradshaw Executive Producer
Heather Cameron Art Director
Leo Davis Casting
Odile Dicks-Mireaux Costumes/Costume Designer
William Fay Executive Producer
Mali Finn Casting
Mark Gordon Producer
Lissy Holm Casting
Mark Homes Art Director
Thomas Karnowski Executive Producer
Harald Kloser Score Composer,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Nico Louw Sound/Sound Designer
Scott Mednick Executive Producer
Thomas Nellen Makeup
Jean-Vincent Puzos Production Designer
Ossie Von Richtofen Co-producer
Ueli Steiger Cinematographer
Thomas Tull Executive Producer
Dominic Tuohy Special Effects Supervisor
Thomas Wander Score Composer
David Warren Art Director
Fleur Whitlock Art Director
Michael Wimer Producer
Kirstin Winkler Associate Producer

Scene Index

A Wild and Wooly Ride - bringing prehistory to vivid screen life from pyramids to period animals; Inspiring an Epic - how real history influenced story and design elements; Exciting alternate ending; Awesome additional scenes

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10,000 B.C. 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Rose-Bud More than 1 year ago
The movie that marks as grand also is "The Clan of the Cave Bear" which I have not seen on cable as of yet in full. They seem to think a rape is not ok but they show far more in cartoons. 10,000 B.C. was better in many ways. The one thing I really loved was the action of running after the Mammoth for food, clothing and Tribal Leader. The action of the Mammoth working for their masters. And of course the excellent love story between two children till adulthood.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lots of action, a good story line, and lots of surprises. Very enjoyable. Worth your time. You want a movie that will entertain as well as leave you with a good feeling...this is it!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I simply cannot wait for this movie to come out, so I can see all the bonus material!
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I was excited to see this movie but was sadly dissapointed. First off, horse were not that size (or possible to ride) during the year 10,000 B.C. They were about the sizes of dogs and were eaten by the big birds (the birds were the right size). That is just one of the historical mistakes they made. The acting was not to bad and the storyline was okay, but I do feel like I could have written a better one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
not so good reviews, bad acting and not so good computer graphics? okay, despite all that i still saw it one of the reasons was of course steven strait!!! i thought the film was okay, and the acting wasn't that bad but yeah maybe there were some awkward scenes i guess and for some reason thought of 300. it wasn't great and it wasn't the bad bad kind of film but okay none the less. the graphics weren't horrible but were alright like those weird f'd up ostrich weird noise throat making animals and those hairy big elephant looking animals. anyway, yeah the trailers seriously over do it and kinda ruin a little bit of the film. this is the story of a tribe's, a blue eyed chick and a rescue journey thing including proven one self through courage and blah blah the usual basically. plus seems the two leads seem out of place and don't entirely fit in the movie and it would of been interesting to see the characters in the film speak a different language like the title suggests but i guess some people don't want to read subtitles so kind a get why the did the whole speak English thing.the main villian has to be the weirdest dude ever and the whole nasty fingernail you'll be like holy crap its lou pan, pinky finger magic video game stance moment right there from big trouble in little china lol. everyone did their best at least and yeah it could of been a little better and some character development on some of the supposed villans. watch at least the whole thing or till you can't stand it. to be fair 3 stars.