JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH

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JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH Reviewed By Ashley Holmes Some movies grab your attention and draw you into them, consume every ounce of your focus into the television screen. “Journey to The Center of The Earth”, directed by Eric Bervig, with a running time of a 92 minutes, is one of those movies. “Journey To The Center of The Earth”, is a story of a professor and his nephew’s journey deep into the earth’s surface, as they use their minds, and a book to find their way home. “Journey to The Center of The Earth”, can be a movie characterized by it abundance of imagination, adventure, and reflect struggles similar to one we experience today. As the view takes the journey deep down into the earth’s surface with Brendan Fraser (the professor), Josh Hutchenson (his nephew), and Anita Breim (their guide), we see the unconceivable. There we are taken into a world of imagination, we are shown a place where extinct still live, vegetation is very much alive, and jungle of the unknown. Not for a minute
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