Review: 10000 BC (2008) BRRip 300MB Dual Audio English Hindi TK
10000 BC is a 2008 action-adventure film directed by Roland Emmerich, starring Steven Strait and Camilla Belle. The film is set in prehistory and depicts the journeys of a prehistoric tribe of mammoth hunters who must rescue their kidnapped love ones from a tyrannical civilization. The film was released on March 7, 2008, and grossed $269.8 million worldwide.
The film follows D'Leh (Strait), a young hunter who falls in love with Evolet (Belle), a beautiful girl who was found by his tribe after surviving a massacre. When Evolet and other members of the tribe are captured by horse-riding raiders, D'Leh leads a small group of warriors to pursue them across unknown lands. Along the way, they encounter various dangers and wonders, such as saber-toothed tigers, giant birds, and pyramids. They also discover that the raiders are part of a slave empire ruled by a god-king who is building a massive monument with the help of thousands of enslaved people. D'Leh must find a way to free his people and stop the god-king's plans.
The film received mostly negative reviews from critics, who criticized its historical inaccuracies, clichÃd plot, wooden acting, and poor visual effects. Some critics also accused the film of being racist, sexist, and colonialist in its portrayal of different cultures and races. However, some viewers enjoyed the film as a mindless popcorn flick that offered some spectacle and entertainment.
10000 BC (2008) BRRip 300MB Dual Audio English Hindi TK
The film is available in BRRip format with dual audio in English and Hindi. The file size is 300MB and can be downloaded from various torrent sites. The quality of the video and audio is decent, but not exceptional. The film is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action and violence.
The film also features some historical controversies and references, such as the construction of the Great Pyramid 12,500 years ago, the existence of the Ben-Ben stone, the correlation between the position of the pyramids and the stars from the Orion constellation, the Sphinx being originally a statue of a lion, and the possible nonhuman origins of the first kings of Egypt. The film also includes a glimpse of a map showing Atlantis off the coast of Spain, as a nod to Plato's theory that the ancient civilization influenced Egypt.  
The film was not screened for critics before its release, and only a 20-minute excerpt was shown to journalists. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics, who criticized its historical inaccuracies, clichÃd plot, wooden acting, and poor visual effects. Some critics also accused the film of being racist, sexist, and colonialist in its portrayal of different cultures and races. However, some viewers enjoyed the film as a mindless popcorn flick that offered some spectacle and entertainment.  
The film has some interesting trivia behind its production. For example, D'Leh is \"Held\", the German word for \"hero\", backwards. Roland Emmerich chose the name as an Easter egg. The computer-generated wet saber-tooth tiger was created by Double Negative, and required combining several of the most challenging elements of visual effects: fur, wet fur, water, and creature animation. The constellation called the 'sign of the warrior' is actually Orion, which also played a key role in deciphering ancient signs in Emmerich's previous film Stargate (1994). Tim Shadbolt, mayor of Invercargill, New Zealand, was involved in a serious car accident while pitching Southland as a shooting location for this movie.   29c81ba772