Journey to the Center Of The Earth (3D)

If there is ever a reason to see this movie, it’s for the 3D

Journey to the Center of the Earth is loosely based on the novel by Jules Verne. In this modern-day adaptation, a scientist, his nephew and a hiking guide use Verne’s novel as a map into lava created tubes that lead straight down into a secret paradise hidden in the core of the Earth. Along the way, this threesome of explorers see the most beautiful sights and face their most frightening fears.

The technology used to create the new 3D look, known as Real-D, eliminates the need for the nose-cutting, headache-causing cardboard blue and red glasses. Instead, the glasses used are barely-tinted polarized lenses, making it a completely comfortable experience.

Journey to the Center of the Earth is unmistakably a full-fledged family film. You know what you’re getting into before you even get into it. There’s nothing more to it than simple-minded family entertainment.

If you’re in the mood for a fairly corny family flick, or you simply just want to see something in 3D, then go spend an extra buck or two and take a journey to the C.G. center of the earth.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.

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