YMMV / 10,000 BC

  • Awesome Music: The score by Harold Kloser and Thomas Wander is probably the only good thing about this film.
  • Esoteric Happy Ending: The False God is killed... taking with himself all his knowledge and organisation of society, with humanity left with nothing and what's left of his culture being burned down. The true irony is, the evil things he did are natural part of Bronze Age, slave-backed palace economy, so all his death achieves is making sure Neolith lasts few thousand years longer.
  • Nightmare Fuel: The Attack of the Terror Birds. Just think what it must be like to stand in that tall grass, unable to see anything around you, and then suddenly realize you're being stalked by stealthy predators, you can't see where they're coming from, and any attempt to move could lead you closer to your death. On top of that, the things hunting you are ten feet tall.
  • So Bad, It's Good: Many people only see this movie to laugh at its many, many, many errors. Though others see it as deliberately invoking Rule of Cool over any historical accuracy.
  • Special Effect Failure: The only effects that even work are the Mammoths. Special mention should go to the fall of the pyramid in the climax, which is especially Conspicuous CG and, for some reason, the frame rate drops noticeably.