Monday, May 19, 2008

10,000 BC

It’s set to be traveling back to the prehistory where the mammoth hunters exist. The bravo’s people crawls under the gigantic mammoths foot and chase them to kill for meat. D’Leh, the young hunter defeat a mammoth as a very single to killing with the sharp weapon and get holds his childhood sweet heart Evolet with blue eyes. Before the beautiful hearts to swing their wings a bunch of mysterious people come on horse and grab the tribes pulling across mountains, forest and deserts. D’Leh looking from hidden follows with 2 of hunter tribes seeking their kidnapped brothers and sisters walking through the freezing snow mountains, facing with strange creatures in forest and miles crossing deserts with the helping African tribes whose people where also been grabbed by the horse-riders. After reaching and sighting with a large pyramid like structure been made with thousand of kidnapped people and how they win the encounter leads. But it remains like mummies; still I could not feel that something seen from prehistoric and the story what I expect in 10,000 BC is no more there and the thing comes to mind is rescuing the bonded labors.

The grand visible through the gigantic mammoths and where they were driving to kill for meat; vast desert with African golden grasses and the Snow Mountains in the deep blue across. The witness of D’Leh and Evolet was lighter, and it was moving through the shining single star told by D’Leh “You will always be in my Heart” which is something beautiful in scene and it was more cute when the childhoods shares. Camilla Belle as Evolet steals the scene in her adorning face and the rocking boy Steven Strait as D’Leh plays wonderful fighting with creatures of fantasy and turns like a real tribe, but the story loses the richness of prehistoric. The small boy Baku cherish and along the African boy. At large is the final adventure of the mammoths climbing the slope bearing loads to reach the top of pyramid and thousands of people like a moving more ants is unusual and it remain of stories said how in olden days where no technology and machineries weren’t grown kings built huge structures. The imagination works well to catch adventure and little the love, than feels no more...

10,000 BC

6 comments:

vishesh said...

am going to try and get the cd :)

Keshi said...

I dun think I'll enjoy it..cos I dun like such fake movies. LOL!

Keshi.

geetha said...

I haven't had the time to watch much movies lately.. hands tied :(

priya said...

I am not sure if I will watch this.

Alok said...

I am with Priya ... I doubt if I will ever watch this


Alok

Thooya said...

i watched...and hmmmmm nothing special except "nothing" heehehe