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edit 10,000 B.C.

Pythonofdoom 21:48, 6 November 2008 (UTC)

Humour: 1 There really is nothing to see here other than a vague idea and a list of 4 names. Laugh? Er no. Where's the meat?
Concept: 2 Well, the idea that 10,000BC was written by pre-schoolers might have legs, but this article doesn't show any as yet. Whilst I don't want to discourage you from writing, it's hard to make constructive suggestions for improvements to blank canvas othert than to say "fill it with paint". You mention John McCain, which 2 days ago may have helped give the article some bounce, but now there is little redeemable. I haven't seen the film, but I know some stuff about it. Can you draw parallels with the recent election, or maybe with the works of Ray Harryhausen? Were any dinosaurs hurt during the filming? There is some scope here, but decide what direction you want to take this before sticking it in the pillory.
Prose and formatting: 2 There are some words and in the main they have wiki formatting. In fact there are just under 40 words, which is a major drawback in an article. Even in 10,000BC they probably had more words than that for "stone". Add some, and then I might be able to give a sensible score and suggestions for improvement. Heck, I may even like the article.
Images: 1 There's an attempt to add an image. It didn't work.
Miscellaneous: 1 Pee review is for articles that need a little love and attention. As it stands, this article needs words. Unless you write it, they will not come.
Final Score: 7 This needs to be an article before it can reviewed. At present it is a work in progress. Move it to your user space and work on it, then release it for the world to pee.
Reviewer: Asahatter (annoy) 23:56, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
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