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10,000 BC [Import anglais]

3.6 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0017U09HQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #177,355 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: Blu-ray
my positive review of the film "Quest for Fire" has led me here, just to this worst of all Emmerich crappy films.

My time is too precious to more than just briefly refer to the film-defects that make me downright angry. Angry because a truely great film like "Quest for Fire" is less well known and less profitable than Swabian-Spielbergs "kunterbunte mammoth sause". (untranslateable)
The shortcomings are mentionened sufficiently in the 1-stars - at least on amazon.com or co.uk.. Nevertheless, the most important aspect:

Emmerich charcters are generally so stereotyped, one-dimensional, bloodless and fake, that they do not actually touch me at all. So as much as 0.0. They only serve as extras, as a human dummy for CGI bombastic overkill effects. As a spectator one should at least care for certain characters, hope for them or fear. Emmerich has the "talent" that I do not care about all his characters.
Whether someone dies or not, I simply don't care at all. And I had this feeling even stronger than in other films here of R.E.
Because due to the setting in 10,000 bc, it is even more obvious, that the assembled troop of pop-batches here act in sheer mummery like a bunch of carnival astray - hilarious.
Nothing seems authentic, just fake in every way.

Sorry, but a director who refuses to take his characters seriously or cannot even make them lovable, "wastes" all his technical FX.

cheers, >>>>>> the notwister - Rating = Aaaarrrgggggggggghhhh 15%
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By Cheryl TOP 500 REVIEWER on Nov. 28 2009
Format: DVD
There is a great bonus disc included in this limited edition, National Geographic's Prehistoric Predators Sabertooth (approx. 45min.), which makes the set worth owning. The film itself is flawed which is disappointing given that some aspects of it are so good. To see recognizable 'Hollywood' faces with perfect teeth and shaped eyebrows in 10000BC is distracting and takes one immediately from an otherwise engaging story. I love the setting, photography, and for the most part the scenery. There are some wonderful special effects, but at least one location looked like the production lacked effort, or financing (where rippled water in the background remained motionless). If you can get past these points you might like the film. I could, but it took some effort.
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Format: DVD
When marauders on horseback raid a peaceful mountain village in 10,000 BC, a young hunter named D'Leh (Steven Strait) travels to the ends of the earth to rescue the kidnapped members of his clan, including his azure-eyed love Evolet (Camilla Belle). Along the way, he encounters a variety of exotic (primarily African-looking) tribes, and battles creatures including woolly mammoths, a sabre-toothed tiger, and a flock of phorusrhacids (carnivorous terror birds). In the end, he must take a stand against a powerful empire and lead his people from enslavement.

Director Roland Emmerich, known for special effects extravaganzas (Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow), tries hard to create an epic adventure, but seems to have lost interest along the way. Each sequence promises to deliver a grand spectacle, but then culminates in a feeble and hurried resolution. Even the climactic battle disappoints with its myriad of missed opportunities.

Emmerich's screenplay, co-written by Harald Kloser in a departure from his usual role as composer, is a complete bastardization of history. The biblical parallels to Moses and the Exodus are admirable, but a clichéd subplot about D'Leh's long-lost father and narration by Omar Sharif merely complicate the story. Further, the script fails to explore the intriguing concept of an untamed world on the verge of civilization. In fact, the protagonists' values are so 20th-century, it seems they have little to embrace but the invention of the iPod. Sprinkling the script with a hint of mysticism and prophecy does little to remove the proceedings from contemporary life.

Yet, to convince an audience that the members of the Yagahl tribe existed long ago, the actors speak in a variety of bewildering accents ranging from Slavic to Jamaican.
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Format: Blu-ray
this movie could've been so much more than what they put together here i mean this is 10.000 BC.
i hope they know a lot has happen back then.putting together 10.000 BC. in under 2Hours is stupid dumb & stupid again.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
L'expédition s'est faite conformément à mes attentes. Cependant, ce n'est pas un film que j'ai vraiment aimé.
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J'aime beaucoup l'histoire de ce film. C'est une belle histoire.
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Format: DVD
Les hommes réunit peuvent faire de très grandes choses, c'est fou ce que la volonté d'un seul homme aidé par quelques camarades, le destin et de fort vieilles prophéties peuvent donner comme résultat !

Ici nous avons droit à un histoire tout à fait grandiose, les décors sont magnifiques, les paysages a coupé le souffle et l'histoire captivante ce qui est loin d'être pour gâcher le tout ! On remonte comme le titre nous l'indique au temps des hommes "sauvages" mais ayant tellement de coeur, de croyances et de volonté qu'il est tout a fait normal de ce demandé ce que nous avons de plus qu'eux pour ne pas être nous même des "sauvages"...

Certes c'est légèrement fignolé autour de l'ignorance des gens de ce temps, mais il est tout a fait possible qu'une telle histoire est puis se passer dans ce temps voir même bien plus grand que cela, il y a toujours eu des peuples pour suivre des hommes charismatique et cela a bien souvent changer l'histoire d'un peuple pour ne pas dire la face du monde tout entier... on voie tout simplement ici une possibilité parmi tant d'autres !

Un grand film a voir si vous aimer le genre des possibilités, les grands espaces à faire rêver et que vous croyez encore que les peuples peuvent s'unir pour réaliser un but commun sans aucune arrière pensée...
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