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Journey to the Centre of the Earth
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Journey to the Centre of the Earth BLU-RAY (B) HOLLYWOOD GOLD SERIES
James Mason plays Professor Oliver Lindenbrook, a scientist hoping to find the world's core in this 1959 adaptation of the Jules Verne novel, Journey to the Centre of the Earth. He leads his unusual party on an expedition to the centre of the earth, by way of a volcano in Iceland. On the way, they encounter enormous mushrooms and giant prehistoric monsters. Produced by Michael Todd with then-spectacular special effects, the story was modernised to 1950s sensibilities. Mason gives this class, while Arlene Dahl and Diane Baker are the romantic interests. And Pat Boone is more palatable than you might expect as a secondary lead. You can watch this with your children and not be bored, and they will surely love it. --Rochelle O'Gorman
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For pure adventure and for stimulating your sense of wonder and imagination this movie cannot be bettered. This marvellous motion picture got me through many a boring school holiday as a child and I still love it today (I'm now 50!). James Mason is as fantastic here as he is in the equally great 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea! This is what I love about these vintage movies - the performances. Granted, they're not naturalistic like modern film performances, but that's exactly why I like them. The actors are actually having fun and it shows. They know that they are in a privileged profession and appreciate it. Unlike the spoilt and massively overpaid "stars" of today who mainly "go through the motions" with their performance. Perhaps, that is why their careers barely last more than a few years. No doubt people will bemoan the dated effects work. Well, so what! All the CGI couldn't save the Brendan Fraser remake from being dismally dull, could it?
Film ratio is 2.35:1. Audio is DD 4.0. Picture quality is very good. Sound is a little muted.
This is a great family movie to watch on a wet, Sunday afternoon.
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