10,000 B.C.

Released 2008


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Roland Emmerich
10,000 BC is a feature film released in 2008 that tells the story of D'Leh, a mammoth hunter whose love is taken away from him. In the beginning, D'Leh kills a mammoth, which earns him the right to marry Evolet. Since the mammoth killing was an accident, D'Leh doesn't feel as though he deserves to marry her. When Evolet is taken captive, D'Leh, Tic'Tic, Ka'Ren, and Baku go on the hunt to rescue her. In their quest to rescue her, they encounter the Naku tribe and together they decide to battle the raiders who have stolen D'Leh's love. As the raiders escape on boat, the team of heroes forges through the desert. They chance upon an Egyptian-like civilization where The Almighty has enslaved thousands of people to help build a pyramid. An epic battle between D'Leh and The Almighty leaves D'Leh with Evolet clutching for life in his arms. Directed by Roland Emmerich, 10,000 BC stars Steven Strait, Camilla Belle, Cliff Curtis, Joe Virgel, Affif Ben Badra, Mo Zinal, Nathanael Baring, Tim Barlow, and Omar Sharif.moreless


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  • 70

    Los Angeles Times Kenneth Turan

    10,000 BC is as crazy as it wants to be, plundering the past and other movies with that peculiar Hollywood combination of the earnest and the preposterous that can result in the gu...

  • 50

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    The big, climactic fight, complete with an epic snuffleupagus rampage, is decent action-movie fun. And as a history lesson, 10,000 BC has its value. It explains just how we came to...

  • 40

    Variety Todd McCarthy

    Conventional where it should be bold and mild where it should be wild, 10,000 BC reps a missed opportunity to present an imaginative vision of a prehistoric moment.

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