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Journey To The Center Of The Earth
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12 April 2015
Summary: Journey To The Center Of The Earth holds up quite well as a genuinely engaging family friendly adventure film and Twilight Time’s Blu-ray looks and sounds quite good. If it’s a bit light on extras, this is still the best that the movie has ever looked on home video, which should be reason enough for...
Excerpt: I have to admit, it’s taken me about a decade to truly understand what it is about Brendan Fraser that people like so much. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t dislike the guy, it just seems that he’s always been a more minor star in Hollywood than some others out there.
Excerpt: Journey to the Center of the Earth on the Nintendo DS follows the New Line Cinema movie of the same name. Trevor, Sean, and Hannah go on a quest to find a lost relative who had last been seen at a volcano.
Excerpt: No one believes that Trevor Anderson is on to something. The science professor's unconventional hypotheses have put him on the fringe of the academic community. But during an expedition in Iceland, Trevor and his teenage nephew, Sean, accompanied by their beautiful local guide, Hannah, make a...
Excerpt: Instead of simply adapting Jules Verne’s classic novel, the latest screen iteration of Journey to the Center of the Earth takes a campier, kid-friendly approach. It’s simple fun, though never properly paced or well acted. Still, for the younger set, there’s some mild fun.
Excerpt: For decades theme parks have made attractions out of 3D movies-- Universal's Terminator 3D, or MGM's Muppets 3D-- so it makes sense that the first big live-action 3D movie of the current 3D craze feels like a theme park attraction.
Excerpt: Way back in the prehistoric-CGI days of 1993, one of the big award-winners livening up animation festivals was "Devil's Mine Ride," a first-person-POV motion simulator that sent viewers caroming through a spectacularly detailed, disintegrating mine.