I padroni del mondo (1983)

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Set two hundred thousand years ago, when the human race had to adapt to their brutal savage environment or disappear into oblivion. For Bog, the great warrior this struggle means conquering the Earth and gaining supremacy over his rivals.


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25 October 2002 | Undead_Master
Total waste of time
This is an Italian cave man movie built along the lines of `Quest for fire' or `Clan of the cave bear'. There is an attempt to paint a realistic picture of prehistoric man, but this movie fails in every way.

There are only a couple of good things i can think of to say about this movie. It has an amusing (and very out of place) goblin style synth score and the opening narration is pretty funny. If the rest of the movie had been as amusing as the opening, it would have been entertaining, but the movie immediately starts going downhill and continues to get worse with each passing second.

There is a little fake looking gore (not much) and many scenes of cave men sitting around grunting at each other as they fight with sticks and brutalize people with pointed rocks. This is one of those bad movies that's not even funny. It's so incredibly boring and slow that it's almost impossible to keep your attention focused on the story. Imagine a movie that shows two hours of somebody washing dishes, with poor lighting and a bad camera angle. This film is only slightly more exciting than that. A total waste of time.

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Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

Filming Locations

Canary Islands, Spain

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