Thursday September 24, 2020

Cinema: Rendering prehistory obsolete

{ "#" : "Roland Emmerich goes from the day after tomorrow to thousands of years into the past for his latest self-proclaimed blockbuster , a sublimely ridiculous romp through prehistory, artificially sweetened by a menagerie of digital beasts." , "b"

15th March, 2008

{ "#" : "Roland Emmerich goes from the day after tomorrow to thousands of years into the past for his latest self-proclaimed blockbuster , a sublimely ridiculous romp through prehistory, artificially sweetened by a menagerie of digital beasts." , "b" : "10,000 BC"}

The plot, cut from the same big cloth of countless adventure quests, has young mammoth hunter D’Leh (played from under a matted wig by a mud-smeared Steven Strait) becoming the leader of his remote mountain tribe, just at the...

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