10,000 B.C.: 2-Disc Limited Edition Tin - £6.49 @ HMV (online) - HotUKDeals
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Next best is £8.93 at The Hut. Contains the 2-disc edition of the film, a digital copy of the film, an original film cell and other goodies. HMV have the single disc for the same price, if you wish to compare. (yes, I know about the Tesco single-disc deal)

From Roland Emmerich, Director of Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, comes an awesome new action movie where one man must battle pre-historic predators and fearsome sabre tooth tigers in a bid to survive and win back his tribe's freedom.

This incredible special-effects spectacle follows the journey of D'Leh (Steven Strait), our hero, who must cross un-chartered territory, form an army and discover an advanced lost civilisation before he can fight for his people's freedom to become the champion of time when legend began.
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#1
good film:thumbsup:
#2
daveshop
good film:thumbsup:


Really? I thought it was awful.
#3
the wife loved it:whistling:
#4
brilliant film and excellent price, out of curiousity can anyone provide a link to the tesco offer mentioned...
#5
oooft terrible film,

i would pay more just to get the 2 hours of my life back.
#6
Good deal, but the film's woeful!
#7
Great price for one of the worst films I have ever seen!....but don't take my word for it. 91% of reviewers can't be wrong:

http://uk.rottentomatoes.com/m/10000_bc/

PS. The female lead is a goddess though!
#8
Love this review from Total Film........

A beggar’s banquet of milky CGI beasties and clunky battle-porn set-pieces, 10,000 B.C. is an extravagant waste of time, money and effort. Fans of caveman antics may want to go with something more historically accurate. Like The Flintstones.


lol :giggle:
#9
dancrawley
Love this review from Total Film........



lol :giggle:



Hahaha. Spot on review! :w00t:
#10
Utter rubbish.
#11
I liked the credits..best part!!!
#12
Awful film, oddly the wife also enjoyed it.....

Mebbe its for women who just want to look at hairy men with beards and no ability to act? Think might buy the the Worzel Gummidge boxset for xmas...
#13
Spears
I liked the credits..best part!!!


Me too. My son worked on the CGI !

He said it was the hardest film he's ever worked on - pity it was a bit of a duffer after all that effort.
#14
ive got this on bluray, only because it was a steelbook release. not watched it yet, but usually i end up liking the duff movies, and not liking the great ones at all.
#15
I like the Four Word Film Review....

http://www.fwfr.com/display.asp?id=24322
#16
Dire film.
Which the wife, quite bizarrely, enjoyed.

Anyone else seeing a pattern, here? :|
#17
We all married the same woman who can't tell a decent film from a bag of sand?
#18
movie sucks. dont waste time or cash on it
#19
stingersplash
ive got this on bluray, only because it was a steelbook release. not watched it yet, but usually i end up liking the duff movies, and not liking the great ones at all.


You should have a great night watching this one then..........:whistling:

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