He also found a woman to fall for him and she was his money mule taking in hundreds of thousands of dollars!Then at his instructions..wired out to Africa and Nigeria!The movie also shows with great detail how the Egyptians built the pyramids, which actually happened about 7,500 years after the setting of this film. The movie starts small, opening somewhere in the frozen North, where a small band of prehistoric men appears to be enjoying life after a recent visit from the "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" clan.Seriously, you have never seen a group of people in a movie with more well-tweezed eyebrows than these mammoth hunters in "10,000 B.He also said he couldn't talk on the phone - he was very smooth a real sweet talker. Watch out with this one because if you don't fall for his scam he will insult you. The jerk thought I was falling for his lies of I love you and all the bit.
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STEVEN STRAIT as D'Leh is threatened by a saber-tooth tiger in a scene from Warner Bros. PHOTOGRAPHS TO BE USED SOLELY FOR ADVERTISING, PROMOTION, PUBLICITY OR REVIEWS OF THIS SPECIFIC MOTION PICTURE AND TO REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDIO. Pictures' and Legendary Pictures' epic adventure "10,000 B. C.," which, despite taking place a full 11,905 years before the invention of novocaine, features entire tribes of men and women with teeth so white and straight they could be selling real estate in Walnut Creek.
Pictures' and Legendary Pictures' epic adventure "10,000 B. Yes, that was a cheap shot, but see if you're not taking a few yourself after sitting through "10,000 B.
From there the story is a weird mix of "Braveheart," "The Jungle Book" and "Against All Odds," as D'Leh and his friends gather together groups of random tribesmen - dressed so flamboyantly and distinctively that you'll expect the Baseball Furies from "The Warriors" to show up next - and try to free their people. Can anyone who writes a movie that features a kindly saber-toothed tiger possibly be going for anything other than laughs?
The dialogue is also a source of frequent entertainment. ") Another tribe is bilingual, yet the members still haven't found a better name for the aforementioned tiger than "spear-tooth." Belle is a virtual nonentity in the film, with any attempts at acting overshadowed by a brow that looks as if it was waxed between each take.