10,000 BC is a 2008 American action-adventure film directed by Roland Emmerich, starring Steven Strait and Camilla Belle. The film is set in the prehistoric era and depicts the journeys of a prehistoric tribe of mammoth hunters.When was the 10th millennium BC?
For more remote dates, see Timelines of world history. The 10th millennium BC spanned the years 10,000 BC to 9001 BC (c. 12 ka to c. 11 ka).Why is 10 000 BC considered a bad epic?
10,000 BC isn’t meant to be a historical epic - the year 10,000 BC is used here merely to connote a Long Time Ago - which is fine in and of itself, but really isn’t anything compelling about it other than its setting. It’s predictable pap without much of a heart, instilling no compassion or feeling from its audience.What did people grow in the 7000s?
Around 7000 BC, people were growing rye for rye bread and planting apple trees in Central Asia. People were growing wheat and barley at Mehrgahr in what’s now Pakistan and all over India. By 6000 BC, people in southern China – and possibly some Jomon people in Japan – were growing rice.