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  • {{Infobox film
    | name           = 10,000 BC
    | image          = Ten thousand b c.jpg
    | caption        = Theatrical release poster
    | director       = [[Roland Emmerich]]
    | producer       = Roland Emmerich<br />[[Mark Gordon]]<br />Michael Wimer
    | writer         = Roland Emmerich<br />[[Harald Kloser]]
    | narrator       = [[Omar Sharif]]
    | starring       = [[Steven Strait]]<br />[[Camilla Belle]]<br/>[[Cliff Curtis]]<br/>Joel Virgel<br/>Nathanael Baring<br/>[[Affif Ben Badra]]<br/>[[Marco Khan]]<br/>[[Tim Barlow]]
    | music          = Harald Kloser<br />[[Thomas Wanker|Thomas Wander]]
    | cinematography = [[Ueli Steiger]]
    | editor        = Alexander Berner
    | studio         = [[Legendary Pictures]]<br />[[Centropolis Entertainment]]
    | distributor    = [[Warner Bros.|Warner Bros. Pictures]]
    | release       = [[March 7]], [[2008]]
    | time        = 109 minutes
    | language       = English
    | budget         = $105 million
    | gross          = $269.8 million
    }}
    '''''10,000 BC''''' is a [[2008]] American epic 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. The world premiere was held on February 10, 2008 at Sony Center on Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.
    
    The film was a box office hit, but consistently regarded by professional critics as Emmerich's worst film, as well as one of the worst films of the year.
    ==Plot==
    Circa 10,000 BC, a hunter-gatherer tribe called the Yagahl live in the Ural Mountains and survive by hunting woolly mammoths. The tribe is led by a hunter who has killed a mammoth single-handedly and earned the White Spear, and venerate Old Mother, an elderly neanderthal with shamanistic powers. The mammoths begin to dwindle, and the village chief finds a young girl named Evolet who survived a massacre of her village, perpetrated by what Old Mother calls "four-legged demons" who will come when "the Yagahl go on their last hunt". She prophesies that whoever kills the leader of the “demons” will win both Evolet and the White Spear, becoming the next village chief. The tribe believe that the “demons” are mammoths, whose return will save them from starvation. The chief does not believe the prophecy and leaves to find the mammoths. He entrusts the White Spear, his son D’Leh, and the true purpose of his quest to his friend Tic'Tic. The rest of the tribe, including D'Leh's rival Ka'Ren, believe that D'Leh's father was a coward and fled. Over time, D'Leh and Evolet fall in love.
    
    When the mammoths finally return, D'Leh hunts them with the men of the tribe under Tic'Tic's leadership, and manages to kill one by accident, inadvertently winning both the White Spear and marriage to Evolet. The village believes Old Mother's prophecy is coming true, but D’Leh is consumed by guilt for not earning the White Spear fairly. After speaking with Tic'Tic, he gives up the White Spear, forfeiting his marriage to Evolet. The next day, horse-raiders attack the camp, enslaving Evolet and several others and killing many of the tribe. D'Leh, Tic'Tic, Ka'Ren and young boy Baku set out to rescue their fellow Yagahl, but Evolet is recaptured with Ka'Ren and Baku during an attack on the slavers by terror birds, and Tic'Tic is wounded. While hunting, D’Leh falls into a pit, where he rescues a Smilodon before escaping himself. After Tic'Tic recovers, they make their way to a village and learn of a prophecy from the Naku, another tribe: whoever talks to a Smilodon they call the "Spear-Tooth" will help free their people. D'Leh realizes the prophecy is about him when the Smilodon he rescued arrives and refuses to kill him. They also learn that D'Leh's father was a guest of the Naku until he was captured by the slavers, and Tic'Tic finally reveals to D'Leh why his father left.
    
    Several tribes form a coalition to pursue the raiders with D'Leh as their leader. They find the ships holding Evolet and their families but with no means to follow, they journey through a desert and discover an advanced civilization similar to ancient Egypt, ruled by an enigmatic figure known as "The Almighty", where the kidnapped Yagahl work as slaves. The warlord who kidnapped Evolet tries to coerce her into loving him, only to be arrested by The Almighty when they find he has taken her without permission. During a night scouting raid, D'Leh learns of the Almighty and the fate of his father, who perished as a slave. The party is spotted by the guards, who are killed by Tic'Tic before he succumbs to his wounds. The Almighty's priests believe that Evolet is destined to kill The Almighty, based on the whip scars on her hands matching the stars they call the "Mark of the Hunter" and an ancient prophecy foreseeing their civilization's downfall. The Almighty realizes that Evolet is merely the herald of the true hunter. D'Leh starts a rebellion among the slaves, killing many of the Almighty's forces, though Ka'Ren is killed.
    
    The Almighty offers Evolet and the other hunters to D'Leh in exchange for abandoning his rebellion. D'Leh feigns acceptance but kills The Almighty with a spear. During the ensuing battle, Evolet is killed by the warlord who is then killed by D'Leh, but is restored to life when Old Mother sacrifices herself. With the Almighty dead and his civilization destroyed, the Yagahl bid farewell to the other tribes and return home with seeds given to them by the Naku to start a new life.
    ==Cast==
    * [[Steven Strait]] as D'Leh, a mammoth hunter.
    * [[Camilla Belle]] as Evolet, D'Leh's wife and the only survivor of a tribe which was killed off by the "four-legged demons" (fierce warriors on horseback). She is unique as she has blue eyes.
    * [[Cliff Curtis]] as Tic'Tic, D'Leh's mentor and friend.
    * Joel Virgel as Nakudu, leader of the Naku tribe.
    * [[Affif Ben Badra]] as Warlord, leader of the "Four Legged Demons."
    * Mo Zinal as Ka'Ren
    * Nathanael Baring as Baku
    * [[Marco Khan]] as One-Eye, Warlord's main henchman.
    * [[Mona Hammond]] as Old Mother, the Yagahl wise old woman.
    * [[Joel Fry (actor)|Joel Fry]] as Lu'Kibu
    * [[Reece Ritchie]] as Moha
    * Piers Stubbs as Young Moha
    * Junior Oliphant as Tudu, Nakudu's son.
    * Kristian Beazley as D'Leh's father, who had lived with the Naku tribe and learned agriculture from them.
    * Boubacar Badaine as Quina, leader of another tribe.
    * Farouk Valley-Omar as the High Priest
    * [[Tim Barlow]] as The Almighty, a tall, blue-eyed man who dresses in long white robes and a face-concealing veil. He is the last of three kings, and the last of the Atlanteans.
    * [[Omar Sharif]] as Narrator
    ==Development==
    ===Visual and sound effects===
    ===Casting===
    ===Production===
    ===Language===
    ===Alternate ending===
    ==Reception==
    ===Box office===
    ==Release==
    ===Theatrical===
    ===Home Media===
    The DVD of the film was released on June 24, 2008 in single-disc editions of DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the United States. Best Buy released a 2-disc limited edition along with the DVD and Blu-ray Disc releases. It was released on July 21, 2008 in the United Kingdom. The film grossed $31,341,721 in DVD sales, bringing its total film gross to $300,414,491.
    ==Gallery==
    ==Trivia==
    ===Differences in the pre-history===
    ==References==
    ==External Links==
    * {{Official website|https://web.archive.org/web/20120218101034/http://www.10000bcmovie.com/}}
    * {{IMDb title|0443649|10,000 BC}}
    * {{Rotten-tomatoes|10000_bc|10,000 BC}}
    * {{metacritic film|10000-bc|10,000 BC}}
    * {{mojo title|10000bc|10,000 BC}}
    * {{Amg movie|344317|10,000 BC}}
    * {{tcmdb title|id=636628}}
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    • {{Infobox film
      | name           = Nancy Drew... Reporter
      | image          = Nancy Drew... Reporter poster.jpg
      | caption        = Theatrical release poster
      | director       = [[William Clemens (film director)|William Clemens]]
      | producer       = [[Bryan Foy]]<br>[[Hal B. Wallis]]<br>[[Jack L. Warner]]
      | based on       = {{based on|[[Nancy Drew]]|[[Mildred Benson]]}} 
      | writer         = Kenneth Gamet
      | starring       = [[Bonita Granville]]<br>[[John Litel]]<br>[[Frankie Thomas]]<br>[[Mary Lee (actor)|Mary Lee]]<br>[[Dick Jones (actor)|Dickie Jones]]<br>[[Larry Williams]]
      | music          = [[Heinz Roemheld]]
      | cinematography = [[Arthur Edeson]]
      | editor        = [[Frank DeWar]]
      | studio         = [[Warner Bros.]]<br>[[Vitaphone]]<br>[[First National Pictures]]
      | distributor    = Warner Bros.
      | release       = [[February 18]], [[1939]]
      | time        = 68 minutes
      | language       = English
      }}
      '''''Nancy Drew... Reporter''''' is a 1939 American mystery film directed by [[William Clemens (film director)|William Clemens]] and written by Kenneth Gamet. The film stars [[Bonita Granville]] as [[Nancy Drew]], [[John Litel]], [[Frankie Thomas]], [[Mary Lee (actor)|Mary Lee]], [[Dick Jones (actor)|Dickie Jones]] and Larry Williams. The film was released by [[Warner Bros.]] on February 18, 1939.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nytimes.com/movies/movie/34435/Nancy-Drew-Reporter/overview |title=Nancy-Drew-Reporter - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes |publisher=NYTimes.com |date= |accessdate=2015-09-01}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/84567/Nancy-Drew-Reporter/ |title=Nancy Drew, Reporter (1939) - Overview |publisher=TCM.com |date=2007-03-07 |accessdate=2015-09-01}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.afi.com/members/catalog/DetailView.aspx?s=&Movie=4236 |title=Nancy Drew... Reporter |publisher=Afi.com |date=1939-02-18 |accessdate=2015-09-01}}</ref>
      == Plot ==
      Nancy Drew, competing in the local newspaper's amateur reporter contest, attempts to clear a girl named Eula Denning of murder charges with the help of some old friends.
      == Cast ==
      *[[Bonita Granville]] as [[Nancy Drew]]
      *[[John Litel]] as Carson Drew
      *[[Frankie Thomas]] as [[Ned Nickerson|Ted Nickerson]]
      *[[Mary Lee (actor)|Mary Lee]] as Mary Nickerson
      *[[Dick Jones (actor)|Dickie Jones]] as Killer Parkins
      *Larry Williams as Miles Lambert
      *[[Betty Amann]] as Eula Denning
      *[[Thomas E. Jackson]] as City Editor Bostwick
      *[[Olin Howland]] as Sergeant Entwhistle
      *[[Sheila Bromley]] as Bonnie Lucas
      *[[Art Smith (actor)|Art Smith]] as News Editor
      *[[Jimmy Conlin]] as Newspaper Morgue Librarian (uncredited)
      *[[Charles Halton]] as Whitney (uncredited) 
      *[[Frank Mayo (actor)|Frank Mayo]] as Man Leaving Courthouse (uncredited) 
      *[[Jack Mower]] as Deputy Coroner (uncredited) 
      *[[Leo White]] as Newspaper Office Worker (uncredited)
      == References ==
      {{reflist}}
      == External links ==
      *{{IMDb title|0031709}}
      *{{Internet Archive film|id=nancy_drew_reporter}}
      *{{WP}}
      {{Wikipedia}}
      {{Nancy Drew}}
      {{Warner Bros. films}}
      {{DEFAULTSORT:Nancy Drew... Reporter}}
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    • {{Infobox film
      | name           = Maria Full of Grace
      | image          = Maria Full of Grace movie.jpg
      | caption        = Theatrical release poster
      | director       = [[Joshua Marston]]
      | producer       = Paul S. Mezey
      | writer         = Joshua Marston
      | starring       = [[Catalina Sandino Moreno]]<br />Yenny Paola Vega<br />John Álex Toro<br />Guilied Lopez<br />[[Patricia Rae]]
      | music          = Leonardo Heiblum<br />Jacobo Lieberman
      | cinematography = Jim Denault
      | editor        = Anne McCabe<br />[[Lee Percy]]
      | studio         = [[HBO Films]]<br />Journeyman Pictures
      | distributor    = [[Fine Line Features]]
      | release       = January 18, 2004 (Sundance)<br>April 2, 2004 (Colombia)<br>June 8, 2004 (USA)
      | time        = 101 minutes
      | language       = Spanish
      | budget         = $3 million
      | gross          = $12.6 million<ref name="mojo"/>
      }}
      '''''Maria Full of Grace''''' (Spanish title: ''María, llena eres de gracia'', lit., "Maria, you are full of grace") is a 2004 drama film written and directed by Joshua Marston. The film was produced between Colombia and the United States. Lead actress Catalina Sandino Moreno was named Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in the 77th Academy Awards.
      ==Plot==
      Seventeen-year-old Colombian girl Maria Álvarez works in sweatshop-like conditions at a flower plantation. Her income helps support her family, including an unemployed sister who is a single mother, but after unjust treatment from her boss, she quits her job de-thorning roses, despite her family's vehement disapproval. Shortly thereafter, Maria discovers she is pregnant by her boyfriend, and he suggests marriage, but she declines because she does not feel she loves him, or that he loves her. On her way to Bogotá to find a new job, she is offered a position as a drug mule. Desperate, she accepts the risky offer, and swallows 62 wrapped pellets of drugs, and flies to New York City with her friend Blanca, who has also been recruited as a drug mule.
      
      Maria is almost caught by U.S. customs who are suspicious after finding Maria's $800 in cash and wanting to make a surprise visit to a sister she "hasn't seen in years", but not knowing anywhere else to go if she isn't home. She tells them that the father of her child paid for her plane ticket. She avoids being X-rayed due to her pregnancy, and is released. The traffickers collect Maria, Blanca, and Lucy, another more experienced mule that Maria had befriended during her recruitment. The mules are held in a motel room until they pass all the drug pellets. Lucy falls ill when a drug pellet apparently ruptures inside her. Unknown to the traffickers, Maria witnesses them carrying Lucy out of the hotel room, and she sees blood stains in the bathtub. She comes to the conclusion that the traffickers cut her open to retrieve the other drug pellets inside her body. Scared, Maria convinces Blanca to escape with her while the traffickers are gone. They leave with the drugs they have passed.
      
      Maria has nowhere to sleep, and goes to Lucy's sister's house, but doesn't reveal to the sister that Lucy is dead. Blanca soon joins her there. Eventually the sister unexpectedly hears of their involvement in her sister's death and throws them out. Blanca and Maria make an agreement to return the drugs to the traffickers and receive their money. Maria uses some of her drug money to send Lucy's body home to Colombia for a proper burial. Maria and Blanca are ready to board the plane back to Colombia when Maria decides to stay in the United States. Blanca returns home without Maria.
      ==Cast==
      * [[Catalina Sandino Moreno]] as Maria Álvarez 
      * John Álex Toro as Franklin
      * Johanna Andrea Mora as Diana Álvarez
      * Virginia Ariza as Juana
      * Yenny Paola Vega as Blanca
      * Guilied Lopez as Lucy Díaz
      * [[Patricia Rae]] as Carla
      * Rodrigo Sánchez Borhorquez as the supervisor
      * Charles Albert Patiño as Felipe
      * Wilson Guerrero as Juan
      * Fabricio Suarez, Mateo Suarez as Pacho
      * Evangelina Morales as Rosita
      * Juana Guarderas as a pharmacist
      * Jaime Osorio Gómez as Javier
      * Victor Macias as Pellet maker
      * [[Selenis Leyva]] as Customs Inspector
      == Release ==
      ''Maria Full of Grace'' was first shown on January 18 at the Sundance Film Festival]in the [[United States]]. On February 11, 2004, it was shown at the Berlin Film Festival; launch in Colombia occurred only on the 2nd of April of the same year. The film had a limited release on July 16, 2004, before going wide in the United States on August 6, 2004.
      ==Reception==
      ===Critical response===
      The film was critically acclaimed. It garnered a 97% approval rating on the aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, based on 144 reviews, and an average rating of 8.02/10.<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/maria_full_of_grace |title=Maria Full of Grace (2004) |work=Rotten Tomatoes |publisher=Fandango Media |accessdate=March 13, 2018}}</ref> On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 87 out of 100, based on 39 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.metacritic.com/movie/maria-full-of-grace |title=Maria Full of Grace Reviews |work=Metacritic |publisher=CBS Interactive |accessdate=March 13, 2018}}</ref> According to Desson Thomson from ''The Washington Post'', "Catalina Sandino Moreno is a Colombian Mona Lisa, a delicate, unforgettable force majeure. Add to her luminous demeanor a story that rips fleshy holes through your heart and you've got yourself a stunner of a film".<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24556-2004Jul29.html |title='Maria' Full of Grace Indeed |first=Desson |last=Thompson |work=The Washington Post |publisher=The Washington Post Company |date=July 30, 2004 |accessdate=March 13, 2018}}</ref>
      
      Writing for ''Rolling Stone'', Peter Travers gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, praising Moreno's performance, the screenplay, and Maston's direction, saying: "Remember the name Catalina Sandino Moreno. The heartfelt and harrowing performance she gives here should put her in line for a heap of year-end awards."<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/reviews/maria-full-of-grace-20040714 |title=Maria Full of Grace |first=Peter |last=Travers |work=Rolling Stone |date=July 14, 2004 |accessdate=March 13, 2018}}</ref>
      
      The film was nominated to the Golden Bear at the 54th Berlin Film Festival.
      ===Box office===
      Its total worldwide gross stands at $12,594,630 ($6,529,624 at the American box office, and $6,065,006 from other territories).<ref name="mojo">h{{mojo title|mariafullofgrace|Maria Full of Grace}}</ref>
      ===Accolades===
      {{Anchor|Awards}}
      <!-- Please do not add awards or ceremonies that currently do not have a Wiki article. -->
      {| class="wikitable"
      |- style="text-align:center;"
      ! colspan=4 style="background:#B0C4DE;" | List of Accolades
      |- style="text-align:center;"
      ! style="background:#ccc;" width="40%"| Award / Film Festival
      ! style="background:#ccc;" width="30%"| Category
      ! style="background:#ccc;" width="25%"| Recipient(s)
      ! style="background:#ccc;" width="15%"| Result
      |- style="border-top:2px solid gray;"
      |-
      | 77th Academy Awards
      | Best Actress in a Leading Role
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Argentine Film Critics Association
      | Best Ibero-American Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="3"|54th Berlin Film Festival
      | Golden Bear
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Silver Bear
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Alfred Bauer Award
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 25th Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
      | Best New Filmmaker
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{draw|2nd Place}}
      |-
      |rowspan="2"|10th Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards
      | Best Actress
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Foreign Language Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      |rowspan="2"|Cartagena Film Festival
      | Golden India Catalina for Best Actress
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Special Jury Prize
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 17th Chicago Film Critics Association
      | Most Promising Performer
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="3"|10th Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association
      | Best Actress
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Foreign Language Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Russell Smith Award
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="3"|Deauville Film Festival
      | Grand Prix
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Prix du Public
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Prix de la Critique Internationale
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="2"|14th Gotham Independent Film Awards
      | Breakthrough Actor
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Breakthrough Director
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="5"|20th Independent Spirit Awards
      | Best Film
      | Paul Mezey
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Director
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Female Lead
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Best Supporting Female
      | Yenny Paola Vega
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best First Screenplay
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 26th London Film Critics Circle Awards
      | Actress of the Year
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno 
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | 30th Los Angeles Film Critics Association
      | New Generation Award
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno and Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 76th National Board of Review
      | Top Foreign Films
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 70th New York Film Critics Circle
      | Best First Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="3"|8th Online Film Critics Society
      | Best Foreign Language Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Breakthrough Filmmaker
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Breakthrough Performance
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 3rd San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards
      | Best Foreign Language Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      |rowspan="3"|9th Satellite Awards
      | Best Film – Drama
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Director – Motion Picture
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Best Actress - Drama
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | 11th Screen Actors Guild Awards
      | Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | Seattle International Film Festival
      | Best Actress
      | Catalina Sandino Moreno
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | Sundance Film Festival
      | Audience Award Dramatic
      | Paul Mezey
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 8th Toronto Film Critics Association Awards
      | Best First Feature
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |-
      | 5th Vancouver Film Critics Circle
      | Best Foreign Language Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{nom}}
      |-
      | 3rd Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association
      | Best Foreign Language Film
      | Joshua Marston
      |{{Won}}
      |}
      ==Gallery==
      ==Trivia==
      ==References==
      {{reflist}}
      ==External links==
      * {{Official website|http://www.mariafullofgrace.com/main.html}}
      * {{IMDb title|0390221|Maria Full of Grace}}
      * {{allrovi movie|301318|Maria Full of Grace}}
      * {{mojo title|mariafullofgrace|Maria Full of Grace}}
      * {{rotten-tomatoes|maria_full_of_grace|Maria Full of Grace}}
      * {{metacritic film|maria-full-of-grace|Maria Full of Grace}}
      *{{WP}}
      {{Wikipedia}}
      {{HBO Films}}
      [[Category:Films]]
      
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