#2
10,000 BC sucked balls.
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10,000 b.c. wasn't as bad as everyone says. It's enjoyable, though I heard Bank Job was pretty good. I mean, come on. It has JASON STATHAM!

Go watch Bank Job, and come back and tell me how it was.
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#9
10,000 BC is absolutely horrible.

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#10
I saw 10,000 BC a week ago and it pretty much went nowhere. Not a movie that I enjoyed, so I would say go see Bank Job. I am kind of interested to see that movie myself.
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The only thing I liked about 10,000 BC was the chick's eyes were ****ing amazing.
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#12
WHat was wrong with it? can someone explain more in depth then "it sucks", please
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The only thing I liked about 10,000 BC was the chick's eyes were ****ing amazing.

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Go see The Bank Job.
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WHat was wrong with it? can someone explain more in depth then "it sucks", please

It is inaccurate in just about every aspect one would expect the movie to depict: geology, anthropology, history, etc.

The development of characters are so superficial that one couldn't care less what happens to any of them. There are no real connections made to sway an audience from indifference.

The ending is just the fitting corn of this feces of a movie. The notion of the "magical spirits" that brings the main female role back to life from a sure death is utterly ridiculous, especially in a movie that makes no other supernatural establishments.

In short, the movie is a trite work produced by what seems to be 3rd graders who have not yet taken any real social study courses. The ending gives the impression of a mistake trying to fix a previous mistake. "Whoops, I made her die. But the movie has to end happy somehow, because I have no idea how to make an even remotely provoking statement. I'll just make her come back to life, just 'cuz."

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It is inaccurate in just about every aspect one would expect the movie to depict: geology, anthropology, history, etc.

The development of characters are so superficial that one couldn't care less what happens to any of them. There are no real connections made to sway an audience from indifference.

The ending is just the fitting corn of this feces of a movie. The notion of the "magical spirits" that brings the main female role back to life from a sure death is utterly ridiculous, especially in a movie that makes no other supernatural establishments.

In short, the movie is a trite work produced by what seems to be 3rd graders who have not yet taken any real social study courses. The ending gives the impression of a mistake trying to fix a previous mistake. "Whoops, I made her die. But the movie has to end happy somehow, because I have no idea how to make an even remotely provoking statement. I'll just make her come back to life, just 'cuz."



Ah thank you very very much

I'll go see the bank job when I go next week then



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#17
10,000 BC was on a level of shit never reached before. What the Epic/Date/Sports/Superhero movies are to comedy, 10,000 BC is to action.
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I actually didn't think 10,000 BC was that bad. They never made claims of any historical accuracy and said it was pretty much fantasy themselves. If you are going to butcher 10,000 BC for historical "innaccuracy," you might as well to the same for the Lord of the Rings, but of course you won't.

Outside that, it was pretty good to me, although I probably like it most because I was just staring at Camilla Belle the whole time.

Having said that, if any other actress played the role of Evolet, I probably would have thought the movie was not very good, but Camilla's existance in the movie warrants my praise.
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Camilla Belle is so hot

Too bad her eyes really AREN'T blue
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#20
The Bank Job.

Jason Statham movies cannot be bad. They can only be not as good as other Jason Statham movies.

the Bank Job was great.
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Camilla Belle is so hot

Too bad her eyes really AREN'T blue


She is still unbelievably hot, best on the planet easy. If she had blue eyes in real life, all other girls might as well just give-up being pretty. I don't even think I remember what the movie was about, I was just in awe the whole time.
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I actually didn't think 10,000 BC was that bad. They never made claims of any historical accuracy and said it was pretty much fantasy themselves. If you are going to butcher 10,000 BC for historical "innaccuracy," you might as well to the same for the Lord of the Rings, but of course you won't.

I won't because LOTR clearly asserts itself as a fantasy novel/film in its own fictional universe. There are no implications that it is trying to be realistic and secular. 10,000 BC, on the other hand, carries many implications of portraying history, starting with its title. The fact that the movie is called 10,000BC gives historical significance in a formal context, as historians and scientists refer to ancient past by the years before common era. The movie suggests that its setting is in the real universe, aka reality. And again, aside from the ender which is nothing short of hasty randomness, there are no other elements of magic. Sure, there is spiritualism, but it is absurd to transform that subtle spiritualism into a blatant and jagged magical solution.

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I won't because LOTR clearly asserts itself as a fantasy novel/film in its own fictional universe. There are no implications that it is trying to be realistic and secular. 10,000 BC, on the other hand, carries many implications of portraying history, starting with its title. The fact that the movie is called 10,000BC gives historical significance in a formal context, as historians and scientists refer to ancient past by the years before common era. The movie suggests that its setting is in the real universe, aka reality. And again, aside from the ender which is nothing short of hasty randomness, there are no other elements of magic. Sure, there is spiritualism, but it is absurd to transform that subtle spiritualism into a blatant and jagged magical solution.


10,000 BC with pyramids and ships that size? Obviously they were joking big time just to get attention and make it seem like a "lost world" 10,000 years ago. I think one of the advertisements was "A world, lost in time." Outside that, I don't think there were hardly any historical representations in the movie, and they even said themselves it was pretty much all fantasy.
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10,000 BC with pyramids and ships that size? Obviously they were joking big time just to get attention and make it seem like a "lost world" 10,000 years ago. I think one of the advertisements was "A world, lost in time." Outside that, I don't think there were hardly any historical representations in the movie, and they even said themselves it was pretty much all fantasy.

A lost civilization 10,000 years ago on earth still doesn't justify the inaccuracy of the landscapes, as the land itself cannot be forged. There are even so many glaring logical errors that make the movie even more idiotic. For example, the first day across the desert sees the hardship and deaths of the travelers, who were dying off from dehydration. Yet, seemingly a few days later, still journeying across the desert, they're fine and used to the uninhabitable land? If it is indeed a fantasy movie, it is poorly presented, unless you count disregarding common logics to be one of those fantasies.

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A lost civilization 10,000 years ago on earth still doesn't justify the inaccuracy of the landscapes, as the land itself cannot be forged. There are even so many glaring logical errors that make the movie even more idiotic. For example, the first day across the desert sees the hardship and deaths of the travelers, who were dying off from dehydration. Yet, seemingly a few days later, still journeying across the desert, they're fine and used to the uninhabitable land? If it is indeed a fantasy movie, it is poorly presented, unless you count disregarding common logics to be one of those fantasies.


Yea I guess you are right, I didn't notice the desert part, but that does seem really stupid.

Some of the lines were funny too. "I claim my spear, and with it....MY WOMAN!" Lol.
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Bank Job, 10000 BC was soooo lame.
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#29
haha so my cousin talked me into seeing 10000 BC so we get thre and we're sitting there for 10 mintues and we both look over to each other and say "this is gay lets go see bank job"

So they started at the same time so we didnt miss much but Bank Job kicked ass. Id definately recomend it.

plus it had some titties.
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