You know, the more I see of Roland Emmerich's 10,000 B.C, the more confused I get. is now hosting six new TV spots for the prehistoric action flick, and if you are anything like me, you are going to spend half your time wondering whether this movie could be as bad as these commercials make it seem. Well, to be fair -- the shots of hunters battling saber tooth tigers and woolly mammoth bits are pretty awesome, but as soon as somebody speaks a line of dialog, it is game over.

The film stars Steven Strait as D'Leh, a mammoth hunter who is on a mission to save his tribe when his girlfriend (played by Camilla Belle) is kidnapped by a warlord. After discovering a group of warriors long thought to be extinct, D'Leh leads them to take on the oppressive warlord. Meanwhile, the new TV spots throw in plenty of Braveheart-esque moments of storming the battlements and lots of shouting and chest beating.

After you watch the first couple of trailers you might be wondering why I'm assuming that 10,000 B.C is going to be so uproariously bad. I know that it might look good, but let's consider the evidence. For starters, it's written and directed by Roland Emmerich, the man behind such gems as Godzilla and The Day After Tomorrow -- not to mention that most of the so-called pre-historic extras are just way too 'modelized' to look even remotely authentic. Finally, I've been going to the movies long enough to know that when a film's release date is pushed back not once, but twice, that it is never a good sign. 10,000 BC will finally hit theaters on March 7th, 2008.