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Journey to the center of the earth dover thrift editions - Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) - IMDb


Year:               2008
Quality:           720p
Language:       English
Genre:             Action , Adventure , Family , Fantasy , Sci-Fi
Cast:               Josh Hutcherson , Brendan Fraser , Kaniehtiio Horn , Anita Briem
 
5.8  
 

Year:               2008
Quality:           720p
Language:       English
Genre:             Action , Adventure , Family , Fantasy , Sci-Fi
Cast:               Josh Hutcherson , Brendan Fraser , Kaniehtiio Horn , Anita Briem
 
5.8  
 

In providing movie reviews on our site, CBN.com is not endorsing or recommending films we review. Our goal is to provide Christians with information about the latest movies, both the good and the bad, so that our readers may make an informed decision as to whether or not films are appropriate for them and their families.

CBN.com - Journey to the Center of the Earth is a fantastic family adventure. It tells the story of Trevor, a college professor played by Brendan Fraser, whose scientist brother, Max, disappeared during a volcano expedition 10 years earlier. Trevor’s work at the university has been based on his brother’s theories on seismic activity and volcanic unrest, but the funding is about to be pulled out from under him.

Frustrated, Trevor returns to his disheveled home only to find out that his nephew, Max’s son Sean (played by Josh Hutcherson), has arrived for a two-week visit. While going through a box of Max’s belongings, the two discover a well-worn copy of Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth . The book contains Max’s scientific notes in the margins. Trevor realizes that his brother was a “Vernian,” someone who seeks to prove that the book by Jules Verne is based on a true story. Trevor and Sean set out to discover what Max discovered and to vindicate his life long research.

Like you, the slab is heading through the crust into the mantle – the largest region of our planet, comprising about 82 per cent of its volume and 65 per cent of its mass. The mantle is where the archaeology of our planet is stored as well as newly recognised ancient structures and processes that may be necessary for life to exist on the surface. Indeed, scientists are beginning to realise that the conditions for life are created as much from below as they are by the Sun above.

The mantle – and this is generally true of the entire Earth – is mainly composed of four elements: oxygen, silicon, magnesium and iron. Their atoms link to form latticework structures that yield under pressure to form ever-closer arrangements. For many years only the mantle’s upper section was considered interesting. Below that the increasing pressure and heat were supposed to have squeezed the rocks so mightily as to erase any structures. The result would be a uniform mass of rock reaching downwards until the dramatic boundary with the outer core is reached.

We now know that the mantle is a more active place than we had thought. Although it’s made of solid rock, it does move slowly with material descending to and rising from its deepest layers. Some scientists believe there are plumes of rock making their way through the mantle heading for the surface and that every few hundred million years vast amounts of lava are disgorged at the surface causing mass extinctions.

Actor: Nicola Cowper , Ilan Mitchell-Smith , Paul Carafotes , Janie du Plessis , Jeff Celentano , Jaclyn Bernstein , Kathy Ireland , Lochner De Kock , Simon Poland , Jeremy Crutchley

Year:               2008
Quality:           720p
Language:       English
Genre:             Action , Adventure , Family , Fantasy , Sci-Fi
Cast:               Josh Hutcherson , Brendan Fraser , Kaniehtiio Horn , Anita Briem
 
5.8  
 

In providing movie reviews on our site, CBN.com is not endorsing or recommending films we review. Our goal is to provide Christians with information about the latest movies, both the good and the bad, so that our readers may make an informed decision as to whether or not films are appropriate for them and their families.

CBN.com - Journey to the Center of the Earth is a fantastic family adventure. It tells the story of Trevor, a college professor played by Brendan Fraser, whose scientist brother, Max, disappeared during a volcano expedition 10 years earlier. Trevor’s work at the university has been based on his brother’s theories on seismic activity and volcanic unrest, but the funding is about to be pulled out from under him.

Frustrated, Trevor returns to his disheveled home only to find out that his nephew, Max’s son Sean (played by Josh Hutcherson), has arrived for a two-week visit. While going through a box of Max’s belongings, the two discover a well-worn copy of Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth . The book contains Max’s scientific notes in the margins. Trevor realizes that his brother was a “Vernian,” someone who seeks to prove that the book by Jules Verne is based on a true story. Trevor and Sean set out to discover what Max discovered and to vindicate his life long research.

Year:               2008
Quality:           720p
Language:       English
Genre:             Action , Adventure , Family , Fantasy , Sci-Fi
Cast:               Josh Hutcherson , Brendan Fraser , Kaniehtiio Horn , Anita Briem
 
5.8  
 

In providing movie reviews on our site, CBN.com is not endorsing or recommending films we review. Our goal is to provide Christians with information about the latest movies, both the good and the bad, so that our readers may make an informed decision as to whether or not films are appropriate for them and their families.

CBN.com - Journey to the Center of the Earth is a fantastic family adventure. It tells the story of Trevor, a college professor played by Brendan Fraser, whose scientist brother, Max, disappeared during a volcano expedition 10 years earlier. Trevor’s work at the university has been based on his brother’s theories on seismic activity and volcanic unrest, but the funding is about to be pulled out from under him.

Frustrated, Trevor returns to his disheveled home only to find out that his nephew, Max’s son Sean (played by Josh Hutcherson), has arrived for a two-week visit. While going through a box of Max’s belongings, the two discover a well-worn copy of Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth . The book contains Max’s scientific notes in the margins. Trevor realizes that his brother was a “Vernian,” someone who seeks to prove that the book by Jules Verne is based on a true story. Trevor and Sean set out to discover what Max discovered and to vindicate his life long research.

Like you, the slab is heading through the crust into the mantle – the largest region of our planet, comprising about 82 per cent of its volume and 65 per cent of its mass. The mantle is where the archaeology of our planet is stored as well as newly recognised ancient structures and processes that may be necessary for life to exist on the surface. Indeed, scientists are beginning to realise that the conditions for life are created as much from below as they are by the Sun above.

The mantle – and this is generally true of the entire Earth – is mainly composed of four elements: oxygen, silicon, magnesium and iron. Their atoms link to form latticework structures that yield under pressure to form ever-closer arrangements. For many years only the mantle’s upper section was considered interesting. Below that the increasing pressure and heat were supposed to have squeezed the rocks so mightily as to erase any structures. The result would be a uniform mass of rock reaching downwards until the dramatic boundary with the outer core is reached.

We now know that the mantle is a more active place than we had thought. Although it’s made of solid rock, it does move slowly with material descending to and rising from its deepest layers. Some scientists believe there are plumes of rock making their way through the mantle heading for the surface and that every few hundred million years vast amounts of lava are disgorged at the surface causing mass extinctions.




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