One Million B.C.

One Million B.C.

One Million B.C. is a 1940 American fantasy film produced by Hal Roach Studios and released by United Artists. It is also known by the titles Cave Man, Man and His Mate, and Tumak. The film stars Victor Mature as protagonist Tumak, a young cave man who strives to unite the uncivilized Rock Tribe and the peaceful Shell Tribe, Carole Landis as Loana, daughter of the Shell Tribe chief and Tumak's love interest, and Lon Chaney, Jr. as Tumak's stern father and leader of the Rock Tribe.

Tumak, member of the prehistoric Rock tribe, is exiled and makes his way to the more peaceful Shell tribe, where he is taken in and taught manners by the lovely Loana. Forced to leave the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


One Million B.C. torrent reviews

Daniel H (mx) wrote: Edgy, understated drama.

Joshua L (ru) wrote: good performances in an ok movie.

Kristen B (de) wrote: This first time I saw this movie I liked it so much when it was over I watched it again.

Mrs DiCaprio (ru) wrote: wow, this was a long lost movie...i'm surprised my parents borrowed this for the 3rd grade or so.


Dana D (gb) wrote: Calvin Broadus? Haha.

Robert H (au) wrote: Marriage is certainly an important societal institution, but it doesn't work out for everyone. KRAMER VS. KRAMER is a heartfelt film that explores the effect that divorce has on those involved, and the difficult choices that come along with it. The film starts off by introducing all of the principal characters. The mother, Joanna (Meryl Streep) is putting her child (Justin Henry) to bed, and Ted (Dustin Hoffman) is having a late-night talk with a co-worker. By the time he gets home, Joanna says she's leaving him and the plot is set up. What follows is a long series of scenes which show how Ted has to adjust to being a single parent, and culminates in a courtroom battle as Joanna, after a long period, fights for custody of her son. What I feel like the film does well is not paint everything as black or white. Ted isn't portrayed as a wholly perfect father, yet Joanna isn't portrayed as a villain. I will say, however, that not as much screen time is allotted to Meryl Streep so that her character's motivations come off as a bit selfish at first. Still, the meat of the story is in how her decision to leave affects her husband and child, and there was certainly a lot to process. There were plenty of ups and downs and the film is able to effectively show how the father's relationship with his son matures and develops over time. The performances were also top-notch, even from the child actor portraying the son. This is a very emotional film at times, and every such moment felt real and believable. You actually care what happens to these people. Overall, while certain surface aspects date this film a little bit, the emotional core is very strong and the performances only make things that much better.

Art S (br) wrote: Weird Soviet horror from 1967 that sports a watercolor version of technicolor to a similarly artificial and supernatural effect. A young seminarian crosses an old crone who turns out to be a serious witch -- in her guise as the daughter of a local lord she requests that he be required to say prayers over her coffin for three nights if she were to die (which she does). Then all sorts of weirdness transpires as the seminarian tries to stay inside the protected sacred circle. The final special effects would be especially scary to a kid though perhaps not to an adult such as me.

Chantale L (ca) wrote: Je m'attendais beaucoup plus. La performance d'Isabelle Blais est exceptionnelle mais on n'a fait que frler le but. Pas assez profond... moins d'tre bien loin de cette ralit.