Journey to the Center of the Earth

A very enjoyable new movie that has been made in two parts. First one is a normal typical movie and the second is with 3D effects so if you have your 3D glasses put them on and get ready for a breathtaking adventure. The movie is as you might imagine more to the fantasy part, little can be actually true but as a Jules Verne fan I would like to think it’s possible. The movie is an easy one that can be enjoyed by the whole family and it has that special thing to it that keeps you on the edge always. It basically doesn’t allow you to get bored by it, with nonstop events that are taking place and beautiful scenery in which Brendan Fraser will always find something amusing or dangerous to do. His role is as a Professor at a University following in the footsteps of his brother Max who went missing a few years back in one of his expeditions. Many things happened and the adventure starts when Trevor, his nephew Sean and Hannah will go on a journey that might just prove to be more that they can handle.
All in all this is a very enjoyable movie and no doubt a perfect one if you have your 3D glasses ready to start you Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Runtime: 1 hr 32 mins
Genre: Action/Adventure
Theatrical Release: Jul 11, 2008 Wide
Box Office: $100,830,143

Starring: Brendan Fraser, Josh Hutcherson, Anita Briem
Director: Eric Brevig
Screenwriter: Michael Weiss, Jennifer Flackett, Mark Levin
Producer: Charlotte Huggins, Beau Flynn
Composer: Andrew Lockington

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