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the south korean production boasts a great deal of ambitious special effects. on the technical side of things, it’s a move that gets a lot of things right. some effects’ line work looks a little wonky, especially on the crystal discs. speedy panning or other motion effects are carefully rendered. the computer-generated image of the earth itself is quite impressive. all these elements come together to deliver a scene that looks more magical than the actual journey. the combination of these feats and the simplistic look of the movie strike the perfect balance.the south korean production boasts a great deal of ambitious special effects. the middle ground, where things settle, is a tad flat. however, that’s the impression it gives of the real world. this, coupled with all the other actions, makes ‘journey to the center of the earth’ a visual stunner.

the audio presentment is similarly comfortable. a limited amount of special sound effects are mixed, including thunder, cannon fire and a bfg 9000. the score is nicely rendered, but some of the effects stick out in the mix. the aforementioned effects, as well as the score, are kept in check by a ubiquitous, albeit clean, mix. most dialogue and directional dialogue is clear, and there’s a noticeable absence of airy tones.

Brendan Fraser narrates. This version of ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ comes in two flavors. There’s the standard-def DVD, which is really the only option if you’re buying this for the first time. It has commentary by Roland Emmerich, who also produced and directed the film. Roland talks about the difficulties of shooting in 3-D (and about the smaller-than-expected theater run), and he gives a brief overview of the film’s plot. But that’s about it — the only other extras are in the IMAX version of the movie.
It’s hard to tell how much of the violence in ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ was added for the film. It seems like an especially gruesome finish to the climactic battle, which involves a wave of dinosaurs and a battle in the vacuum of space. Perhaps the film’s subtext is, to paraphrase a web comic, that the animals who remained at the bottom of the sea rose to the surface and evolved into humans. Or maybe it’s just bad writing.
Every one of the stills from ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ has been photoshopped to make it easier to see the fuzzy, blocky (and sometimes quite noticable) CGI that is under almost every frame. This isn’t a massive problem, since the film makes it clear that these creatures are horrible images onscreen, but it does lessen the impact of the visual effects.
Few movies have captured our zeitgeist as effectively as ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’. Most recently, ‘Planet of the Apes’ did a nifty job of recreating something from our world, albeit one with a bad case of the apish. Even more recently, ‘Clash of the Titans’ struck a chord of something slightly more parental in nature. But New Line’s ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ still hits some of those same chords with pop culture perfection, even though the connection between the film and real life has been diminished by the time we get to the end. Despite some very large effects, the film is almost entirely devoid of anything resembling the plot of ‘Jurassic Park’, and the only real connection to the rest of science fiction is a scene where the protagonist travels through geology, following in a book’s footsteps.