Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)
The film follows a geologist (James Mason) and his assistant (Pat Boone) as they set off on an expedition trailing down an extinct Icelandic volcano to the earth's center.
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June 05, 2007 Mason is charming, caustic and debonair, and the whole affair is captivating, silly fun.Read in Source
New York Times
March 25, 2006 It's really not very striking make-believe, when all is said and done.
May 22, 2012 Fun for the whole family, and—instead of the 2008 3-D version's Brendan Fraser—offers James freakin' Mason, who can pull off urbane and befuddled at the same time. [Blu-ray]Read in Source
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
October 11, 2012 Enjoyable hokum sci-fi tale that's based on an 1864 Jules Verne story.Read in Source
June 29, 2008 By standards of the time, the special effects of Hollywood's first (but not the only) version of Jules Verne's sci-fi classic were good and nominated for Oscars; they lost out to Ben-Hur, which swept all the awards.Read in Source
Mark Leeper's Reviews
October 03, 2016 It may well be second to KING KONG (1933) as the film I have seen the greatest number of times.Read in Source
June 24, 2006 It's one of the very best Hollywood adventure movies, with lots of monsters, underground oceans, sinister villains, and touches which would have delighted Jules Verne himself.Read in Source
April 04, 2015 There's a rolling-boulder scene that almost certainly inspired Spielberg and Lucas when they initially dreamed up Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Peter Ronson's lovable lunk Hans seems like a live-action template of Frozen's Kristoff.Read in Source
June 23, 2008 Twentieth Century Fox pulled out all the stops - and the giant mushrooms - for this silly spectacle...
Common Sense Media
January 02, 2011 A fanciful sci-fi tale for the whole family.
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