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Adapted from the fiction novel of Jules Verne, film is the journey to find the missing brother of scientist Trevor. Accompanying with him is his nephew, Sean Anderson and a mountain guide, Hannah Assgeirsson. They find a fantastic and dangerous lost world while being trapped in a cave.
The absence of star charisma in Journey denies the audience some focus in a movie that keeps changing backdrops and is ultimately no more than the sum of its wild-eyed parts.
July 11, 2008
Journey relentlessly dishes out the action and offers the bespectacled audience plenty of goopy, grabby 3-D jolts, but it all resembles a run of the mill video game. Brevig can't shake the material loose from its unbridled artificiality."
Most of the movie, directed by Eric Brevig, is as daft, outlandish, and speedy as it needs to be, and, for all its newfangled effects, touchingly old-fashioned in its reverence for the Jules Verne novel that inspired it.