Thursday, March 13, 2008

10,000 B.C.

I was procrastinating for the past three-four days on whether to watch this movie or not. Eventually I did get the tickets and I watched the movie.Camera work is fantabulous ofcourse but the english spoken was something of an mixed accent.Half the time the characters were whispering and my ,the hero is one person to check out! The girl's not bad too :) The giant mammoths, some vulture like creatures and the one and only tiger was pretty cool. The story isn't too impressive but the sets..the gradual change of the icy plains to the scorchy heat mountains..I kept wondering what would they do to quench their thirst when they are deprived of water.And half the time I was discussing about their accesories..like their earrings, neck beautifiers ..all made of stones. Each time the characters gave a friendly hug , all of us kept pondering about how one tolerates the other's foul odor. Aah! how I value my Dior.Some of the craziest thoughts that kept trespassing my mind was like - what if they ran out of water , or what if they wanted to attend the nature's call in the middle of a sand dune or what will they do if they are handcuffed in a dungeon forever.Anyways I liked the hair styling..something funky enough to get into fashion.OK..time to hit the sack.. tiaaaaaaaaa

P.S. Couldn't find a suitable title for this pic so caption this.
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4 comments:

MM said...

Oh!One of my friends saw it as well, and didnt have much to say abt it, except the goodies that u have mentioned. I dunno if I will get to see it though.. :)

Great review, btw!

Neha Nair said...

WOT??? you really thought it was great?? Whatever is wrong with you mm!! Maybe I have improved :D

MM said...

I wasnt being sarcastic, honestly. Its just that I kinda liked the one-to-one conversational style of ur review. It was almost like you were having an informal tete-e-tete with the reader which makes it all the mroe interesting!

Neha Nair said...

Wow.. a professional appreciating my skills huh :) Thanks!