Pssst, want to check out 10,000 BC in our new look?
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"Anachronisms: Not since Raquel Welch was battling the dinosaurs in One Million Years B.C. were so many anachronistic errors squeezed into one prehistoric-era film: (a) Metalworking - first copper, then bronze, then iron - was mastered around 5500 BC; (b) Exploitation of horses for human transportation started approximately 4000 BC; (c) The earliest pyramid was erected in Egypt circa 2630 BC; and (d) Mammoths had never been domesticated as pack animals." IMDB
Meh... I didn't thought it was that bad, but perhaps that's because I had little-to-none expectations. It's mostly on the "C" vicinity.
This is the kind of thing that begs you to turn off your brain in order to possibly enjoy it, but then it tries to construct a fiction where you kinda need to "use your brain" to follow it. The only films I remember that match the stupidity of this one are After Earth and When Nietzsche Wept.
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!