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10,000 BC

BluRay Authority
28 January 2012
  • Excerpt: D’Leh (Steven Strait) is part of a tribe of peaceful hunters, but not all of the prehistoric humans are as such. A rival tribe storms into D’Leh’s tribe’s ground and begins an assault, one which D’Leh’s people weren’t prepared to deal with. The result is a slaughter and while D’Leh survived, his true love Evolet (Camille Belle) was kidnapped in the raid. D’Leh refuses to give up however and goes after his love, soon involved in an epic quest for survival.
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Overall 4
4.0
Audio 10
10
Extras 4
4.0

10,000 BC Review

DoBlu
6 June 2009
  • Excerpt: For the opening 30 minutes, 10,000 BC has a chance. It’s loaded with action, skips much of the simplistic story, and keeps the viewer engaged. Unfortunately, the movie continues devoid of entertainment until the big finale, but by then, the audience could care less. All of the impressive sights in the world can’t save this hideously generic story of a man trying to reach his kidnapped lover.
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Overall 6
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Movie overall 4
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Audio 10
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Extras 6
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10,000 BC

DVD Compare
28 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Blimey, where to begin? "10,000 B.C.", which is an apt title as it certainly felt like ten thousand years were passing me by, is one of those films that simply don’t work. It sure looks like the type of film you’d like to whittle away two hours of your life on, because it actively reminds you of other films that were similar to it.
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Overall 6
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Movie overall 4
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Audio 10
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Extras 6
6.0

10,000 BC

DVD Compare
22 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Blimey, where to begin? "10,000 B.C.", which is an apt title as it certainly felt like ten thousand years were passing me by, is one of those films that simply don’t work. It sure looks like the type of film you’d like to whittle away two hours of your life on, because it actively reminds you of other films that were similar to it.
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10,000 BC

Sound & Vision Magazine
12 July 2008
Overall 6
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Movie overall 5
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Extras 3
3.0

10,000 B.C. (2008)

blu-ray.com
30 June 2008
  • Conclusion: 10,000 BC may be the ultimate "woulda, coulda, shoulda" movie. There was (and still is, thanks to the lackluster final product seen here) a world of potential for a film set in this time period. I believe the filmmaker's hearts and minds were in the right place with 10,000 BC , but they failed to achieve the success that could have been.
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10,000 B.C.

Sound & Vision Magazine
29 June 2008
  • Excerpt: The filmmaker who launched a UFO invasion in Independence Day and unleashed the forces of global warming in The Day After Tomorrow now unveils a new day of adventure a time when mammoths shake the earth and mystical spirits shape human fates. Roland Emmerich directs 10000 BC the eye-filling tale of the first hero. That hero is young hunter D Leh set out on a bold trek to rescue his kidnapped beloved and fulfill his prophetic destiny.
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Overall 5
5.0

10,000 B.C.

High-Def Digest
25 June 2008
  • Conclusion: '10,000 B.C.' is a truly awful would-be epic. It's also hilarious, and I'd be lying if I didn't say I sorta enjoyed the camp appeal of it all. This Blu-ray sounds very good and looks even better, though the extras (despite a couple of high-def exclusives) feel like throwaways. I'm not even sure '10,000 B.C.' is worth a rental, unless you want to get stoned and have a big hoot-fest with your friends.
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Overall 3
3.0

10,000BC

The Digital Fix
17 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Who would have guessed that 12,000 years ago men were living on snowy peaked mountain tops, with perfect teeth, flawless skin, wearing ethnic jewellery, speaking English with perfect diction and sporting a wardrobe of clothing that Jean-Paul Gaultier would be proud to see parading down a catwalk with his name on. In the imagination of Roland Emmerich, however, this is how civilization began and he isn�t about to let a little thing like historical accuracy get in his way.
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Overall 3
3.0

10,000 B.C.

Cinema Blend
7 March 2008
  • Excerpt: When he’s not making big-budget, empty-headed blockbusters I have no idea where Roland Emmerich’s movie watching tastes lay. But I can think of at least five movies which I know he’s seen, since his new movie 10,000 B.C. takes them, grinds them up into a paste, and spreads them liberally across the screen. Emmerich’s script is a rehash of Apocalypto , with a dash of The Ten Commandments and 300 thrown in.
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