Journey to the Center of the Earth (1988) Movie Review

Journey to the Center of the Earth (1988)

1988 | Adventure
100 minutes /

User Score: 60/100


Young people exploring a cave in Hawaii fall into a hole, wind up in the lost city of Atlantis.

Journey to the Center of the Earth Review

Jules Verne’s landmark novel gains a fantastic new life in a tropical Hawaiian setting when a young, strong-willed English nanny accidentally joins two vacationing brothers exploring a cave on a deserted stretch of beach. Shortly after they enter, a volcanic eruption rocks the cave, opening a crack which turns out to be an ancient path downward. Short of water, food and daylight, the explorers use their sense of humor to keep their spirits up as they uncover an array of incredible and often dangerous discoveries. But nothing can prepare them for the ultimate discovery - the real city of Atlantis. Often idealized as paradise, the mythic civilization turns out to be anything but.

About Journey to the Center of the Earth (1988)

Title: Journey to the Center of the Earth
Year: 1988
Runtime: 100 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Adventure
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 5
Starring: Jeremy Crutchley, Charlotte Stewart, Lynda Marshall, Solly Ndlovu, Sonto Ndlovu, Sydney Radebe, Kathy Ireland, Janie du Plessis, Russel Savadier, Lochner De Kock, Albert Maritz, Jackie Bernstein, Jeff Celentano, Simon Poland, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Jaclyn-Rose Lester, James Lithgow, Emo Philips, Paul Carafotes, Nicola Cowper, Peter Henry Schroeder, Leisl van den Bergh, Janine Bonollo, Myra Chasen, Beany Chopper, Erika Delport, Marius Du Plooy
Writers: Debra Ricci, Regina Davis, Albert Pyun, Rusty Lemorande
Director: Albert Pyun, Rusty Lemorande

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