Horrible! That is just one of many words I have used to describe it. Now I hate people who whine about historical significance of popcorn movies. That being said, I will do just that. I am an archaeologist and this film had as much truth to it as Indy does or the B.C. in the title has for that matter. I rarely have trouble bypassing historical inaccuracies in films but this film is so bad that I could think of nothing else. Seriously, wooly mammoths used to build pyramids, carnivorous birds and Homo sapiens together, metal-tipped spears and my favorite: walking from glaciers to mountain peaks, to jungle (insert birds here), to savannah, to a desert by the sea. Holy crap that was one hell of a walk and considering it only took a few days is even more amazing. I could only nitpick instead of watch the characters on screen, cardboard or not. The CGI was even bad and I figured that would be a high point of the movie. I normally like the stuff Emmerich puts on film but this was just plain horrendous. I am hoping for much better with his next project, 2012. Maybe the Mayans will be flying spaceships, waving American flags and causing global warming.
Sorry for the rant but this is a really bad POS.