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New 10,000 BC trailer in high definition

10000BC.jpgThere's a new trailer out for Roland Emmerich's latest epic offering, 10,000 BC, and I must say that it looks rather stunning. This could be the most epic of his epics yet.

The film follows a time when man roamed the land with dinosaurs. However the story behind the epic-ness is rather familiar.

In a remote tribe high in the mountains D'Leh, played by Steven Strait, has fallen in love for Evolet, played by Camilla Belle, and so when warlords arrive and pillage his village (I like that!) kidnapping his love he decides to chase after her and attempt to free her. He gathers together a group of hunters from his village and they head off to avenge the dead and rescue the living, including D'Leh's love.

On the way they battle all the familiar dinosaurs you'd expect, as long as they are exceptionally big and scary of course. Once they find their people they discover them enslaved by a lost and much more advanced civilisation, and they must battle them to gain freedom.

Yeah, the plot of 10,000 BC sounds like a dozen plots before it, however Roland Emmerich will add some amazing visuals, tension filled heart stopping moments, and some of the best huge effects shots you'll see – remember the White House being destroyed by aliens, or New York getting hit by a mega tidal wave? This trailer promises that and more...although there's no modern day landmarks!

You can see the trailer over at Yahoo Movies [Flash:QT:480p:720p:1080p] through Latino Review and marvel at the spectacular-ness of it all. However will it be any good?





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