Watch 10,000 BC
- 1 hr 49 min
10,000 B.C. takes place in a remote mountain range. A tribe of hunter-gatherers survive off of Wooly mammoths. The tribe has a sort of contest to marry Evolet who was a orphan found by the tribe. A younger hunter named D'Leh wins her hand in marriage when he kills a mammoth accidentally. D'Leh feels he is not worthy of such a prize since killing the mammoth was not intentional. One day while D'Leh is away from his home with some others, horse-raiders attack the village and enslave Evolet. When D'Leh returns with the others he and his friends set out to track them down and save Evolet. They finally catch up with them in the rainforest and when night hits they attempt to rescue Evolet. When running away they get attacked by giant birds and some of them were injured causing all of them to get captured. They are to be slaves of a person who calls himself the Almighty who deems himself god. D'Leh is told from another tribes leader of a prophecy and when he hears it he realizes that the prophecy is about him. Eventually D'Leh meets the Almighty. The Almighty says that if he stops his rebellion he and his warriors can go and he can take his wife but everyone else would remain his slaves. D'Leh throws a spear and instantly kills the Almighty proving that he's no more a god than anyone else in the area. As a battle breaks out a raider obsessed with Evolet captures her and takes her away on horseback. D'Leh follows them again to save his beloved wife. She takes an arrow and stabs the raider in the side making them both fall off the horse. D'Leh and Evolet go to reunite and the angered and injured raider shoots her in the back with an arrow. In an outrage D'Leh kills the raider and returns to Evolet's side to check on her wounds. She dies in his arms. At their home the wise woman of the tribe who is on her deathbed sacrifices herself for Evolet and as she breathes her last breath, Evolet is revived. They share an embrace and decide to return home after a long and tiresome journey. They say goodbye to the other tribes whom they help free. In the alternate ending of this movie it shows one of D'leh's friends retelling the story around a campfire and explaining why no one would ever find the mark of the great battle that had occurred there.