Starring: Some mammoths.
Story: A village of mammoth hunters is attacked by a more advanced civilisation who cart off half the tribe to slavery. A small group of warriors set out to free their friends.
On the way, they discover navigation, farming and enormous birds with very sharp beaks.
Comments: There are almost no films set in prehistoric times. Since humans and dinosaurs never co-existed, what's the point? A good action story requires guns, cars or giant lizards. Fact.
At least, you have to imagine that's the thought which runs through the heads of Hollywood producers most of the time.
Sadly, they may not be entirely wrong. Despite a lack of competition, 10,000 BC doesn't have two original ideas to rub together in the pursuit of fire. Almost every scene is reminiscent of other (superior) films: Dances with Wolves, Apocalypto, Jurassic Park, 300, Lord of the Rings, The Scorpion King and, oddly, Waterworld.
10,000 BC is reasonably entertaining while it lasts but lacking in memorable moments that haven't been done better elsewhere.
Conclusion: In a few weeks, I'll have convinced myself that Kevin Costner is in it.
Historical accuracy: Little.
Giant lizards: Not enough.
Top tip: Go watch Apocalypto instead.