Journey to the Center of the Earth (1999) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Venture into the center of the earth, to a land where dinosaurs still roam and the threat of danger is always looming. Dr. Theodore Lytton (Treat Williams), a daring and courageous scientist, heads and expedition to find the missing husband of the rich and beautiful Alice Hastings. Joined by his bright, but inexperienced nephew, Jonas (Jeremy London), and the trailblazing guide McNiff, the team descends into the sweltering, unknown depths of the earth. In this underground world, where fierce dinosaurs thrive, they find the forceful and enterprising Casper Hastings (Bryan Brown) reigning over a primitive human civilization. Having made enemies with a neighboring village, and also with the Sauroids, a race of manlike reptiles, Casper’s people are on the verge war. In their quest to return to the surface, the team’s lives are threatened by savage tribal warriors, bloodthirsty raptors, and the fearsome Sauroids. Based on the Jules Verne classic, this action-packed and heart-pounding story is a timeless and unforgettable adventure.
Synopsis:Remake of Jules Verne's classic story finds adventurers seeking a mysterious hidden land. They are joined by the wife of another man, who had previously gone on a similar expedition and disappeared.
About Journey to the Center of the Earth (1999)
Starring: Hugh Keays-Byrne, Treat Williams, Jeremy London, Alan Hardy, Bill Charles, John Forsyth, Warwick Begg, Christopher Christo, Anaru Grant, Matiu Tarawa, Trevor Cockay, Bassem Abousaid, Tushka Bergen, Robert Rabiah, Bryan Brown, Tessa Wells, Petra Yared, Sarah Chadwick, Peter Kaa, Joe Bugner
Runtime: 180 minutes
Director: George Miller