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Most Chaotic Films Throughout History

If that was ever on the Yahoo movie review before, but I do not think it hurts to refresh back to film what the most chaotic in terms of its history. Okay. kit just see the article below.

10,000 BC
The first 10,000 BC Director Roland Emmerich likes to play ituh emang ya facts times (eg: sending a computer virus via Macintosh to kill aliens in the movie Independence Day). So with heavy hearts we inform you that the mammoth is not a tool to create a pyramid. Heck, woolly mammoths were not living in the desert. Why thick hair when I have to stay in place such things? And yet ... there begono age pyramid, At least to 2500 BC or more.

Emperor Commodus was not the sniveling sister-as depicted in the film. Abusive alcoholic, was also really, but baseball secengeng it. He ruled ably for over a decade and not just a couple months. He also did not kill his own father, Marcus Aurelius, who actually died of smallpox. And lastly, instead of killed in the gladiatorial arena, Commodus actually executed in the bathroom alone.

Although the film is taken based on the real Battle of Thermopylae, the film is too far in creating a style, concerned. The most plasticity the Persian king Xerxes was not as high as 8 feet as illustrated by the Cirque du Soleil. Then the consul in Sparta should only be followed by those aged 60 and over, and no single person like Theron, played by Dominic West is 37 years old. And the warriors of Sparta went into battle wearing bronze armor, not just leather Speedos.

The Last Samurai
The Japanese in the late 19th century did hire foreign advisers to modernize their military. If yes, mostly French, not American. Ken Watanabe's character is taken from the person named Saigo Takamori who die from committing suicide, or "seppuku," in defeat rather than die of bullet banned. Anyway, it's doubtful that a drunken war veteran aged 40's, even those that have ramput beautiful too, can master the chopsticks and samurai swords seahli it.

This film has managed to make the migraine Anthropology department. It is true Mayan human sacrifice but not to Kulkulkan, the Sun God, and only high-ranking captives taken in battle were killed. The conquistadors arriving at the end of the movie made ​​for unlikely saviors: an estimated 90% of the native American population died of smallpox from the infected Spanish pigs.

Memoirs of a Geisha
Maturity geisha, or "mizuage," is just a makeover, where she changed her hairstyle and clothes. This process does not involve her getting intimate with their customers. In a climactic scene where Sayuri presents a stately dance in the audience, the setting - such as shoes, fake snow, and strange lights - more than 54 Sutudio look like pre-war Kyoto.

Let's forget for a moment that the traditional kilt-like skirt-not to use Scotland until about 300 years after William Wallace. According to this film, Wallace's blue-eyed charm at war Falkirk was so overpowering, he had an affair with the wife of King Edward II, Isabella of France, and produced Edward II of that relationship. But based on history books, Isabella was only three years old at the Saar war occurs, and Edward II, born seven years after Wallace's death.

Elizabeth: The Golden Age
In 1585, according to the setting of this film, Queen Elizabeth was 52 years old - Cate Blanchett was only 36 at the time playing - and he was not courted by the crate of Ivan the Terrible (who was dead at that time). And though the movie has her rallying the troops at Tilbury astride a white horse and equipped with full armor with a sword, in fact she could only rode side and carrying a baton. He was more like a majorette than Joan of Arc-like image.

The Patriot
Revolutionary War figure Francis Marion, the role of Mel Gibson, not the ones who think far ahead for his family as portrayed in the film. He was a slave owner who is not married (his cousin) until after the war. The historians also said that he was murdered native Cherokees. Plus, the battle of Guilford Court House where he vanquishes his British nemesis? Yang bener aja, Americans actually lost the war.

2001: A Space Odyssey
According to this film, in 2001 would have had manned voyages to Jupiter, a battle of wits with a computer, and a quantum leap in human evolution. Instead, we got the Mir Space Station falling from the sky, Windows XP, and Freddy Got Fingered. Apparently the lesson here is that sometimes it's better if all the things in that movie really did not happen. 

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