Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Daily Texan Watches "10,000 B.C."

...and they are not amused. In an article titled "10,000 B.ull C.rap," Alex Regnery and Robert Rich have great fun with it:

I felt as if I was watching a rough cut or work print when D'Leh is running away from a stampede of mammoths. It looked as if he was on a treadmill in front of a blue screen. If you're going to spend $75 million on a film and not have any big movie stars, at least invest in some solid CGI.

This pretty much mirrors what others are saying about the film. Not anymore believable than The Day After Tomorrow but without the really cool special effects.

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