Friday, February 12, 2010

Okay, is hilarious.
I just read one of thier old articles "11 Movies Saved by Historial Inaccuracy", and I just read number three, about the film "Apocalypto"

Apocalypto's inaccuracy was the fact that all these Mayan's did was sacrifice people to Kukulkan/Quetzalcoatl. Okay, the Mayan's did sacrifice people, but not to Kukulkan/Quetzalcoatl.
In the words of Cracked:
"In fact, the Mayan sun god Kukulkan, to whom the sacrifice is made in the movie, never asked for and was never given such a sacrifice, so whatever priest was offering Kukulkan a human heart was probably just creeping him the fuck out."

Now, I want to have a movie night with Quetzy and watch Apocalypto to laugh.


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