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  • #16
    Originally posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    Dang does nobody have any more badass Native American movies? Or maybe Native Africans/Indians/Asians/Europeans?
    Little Big Man
    Dances with Wolves
    Chato's Land
    The Last of his Tribe
    Geronimo
    A Man called Horse
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    • #17
      I haven't seen the movie in 25+ years, but what about Clan of the Cave Bear?
      I remember Daryl Hannah getting railed in it, but not much else.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by IcarianVX View Post
        I haven't seen the movie in 25+ years, but what about Clan of the Cave Bear?
        I remember Daryl Hannah getting railed in it, but not much else.
        Me thinks that is all anyone remembers about that movie...

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        • #19
          Caveman, starring Ringo Starr and a very young Dennis Quaid.

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          • #20
            Iceman. It's a movie from 1984 and was my first thought when I saw this thread. Decent film.

            I'm happy to see Caveman made the list. I love that movie!
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            • #21
              Willow was pretty primal

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              • #22
                Apocalypto annoyed me. The natives had horrid teeth and the one dude in the opening scene gagged on the testicles and they all went for the lean meat. Not accurate!

                But who am I kidding...

                Though I did enjoy how the birthing mother wasn't portrayed as this screaming terrified sweating woman lying on her back. Water birth!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Boneidle24seven View Post
                  Spartacus (Kirk Douglas version) Gladiator, 300. That'll do for me !
                  +1. And Rome, the TV-series.
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                  • #24
                    Encino Man? Just kidding... that was awful!

                    Not really a "primal movie", but I love the documentary Fat Head.

                    And, have you seen the recent Discovery channel special I, Caveman? That was awesome! Definitely primal!
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                    • #25
                      Game of Thrones - not a movie but they are always eating meat of some sort. And the scene where Dani has to eat the raw horse heart to be accepted into the tribe is something else. As primal as one can get.

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                      • #26
                        Encino Man. /endthread
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by hockeyfan7 View Post
                          Game of Thrones - not a movie but they are always eating meat of some sort. And the scene where Dani has to eat the raw horse heart to be accepted into the tribe is something else. As primal as one can get.
                          I agree, that was a very primal moment.
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Man is Truth
                            Do you guys not distinguish between pre-modern and primal? Because anything having to do with the Romans is quite the opposite of primal- maybe their cuisine had a more primal angle, but that is incidental and based on the limitations of the food market without refrigeration. Rome did invade and occupy all of North Africa so that it could send a reliable stream of wheat and corn to welfare-feed their teeming labor and slave classes...It also went around the world stealing everyone's food to organize the leftover starving rabble into imperial protectorates. It systematically annihilated tribal cultures from the Atlantic ocean to the Arabian sea to the Caspian sea.

                            you should check out Instinct, with Anthony Hopkins and Cuba Gooding Jr. Way badass. Also Quest for Fire. Maybe Last of the Dog men for the Indian series.
                            Yes...you took the words out of my mouth. I'll check out Instinct. That sounds really good. Quest of Fire and Geronimo are also on the list.

                            Encino Man....

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                            • #29
                              Bad Day at Black Rock

                              A good movie anyway but primal for nothing else but the scene where a one-armed Spencer Tracy faces down a roomful of goons by himself and flips Ernest Borgnine over onto his back. Excellent use of body weight and leverage.
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                              • #30
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