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2008-07-18 21:00:00

By Miranda C.R. White "Journey to the Center of the Earth" opened last weekend, and I have one word for it - unbelievable. Literally.

2008-07-18 09:00:47

By Chris Hicks Deseret News There's an interesting bit of product placement in the new updated cinematic version of "Journey to the Center of the Earth" -- the original 1864 novel by Jules Verne. If ever there was a movie that urges kids to read books, it's this one.

2008-07-15 00:00:23

By Stephen Becker DALLAS -- 3-D is having a moment.

2008-07-12 09:00:31

By Michael Smith, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul.

2008-07-11 21:00:15

By Michael Smith, Tulsa World, Okla. Jul.

2008-07-11 15:00:31

NEC Corporation of America, RealD 3D, and Ballantyne of Omaha's Strong Digital Systems and Strong Technical Services units have recently teamed to provide the latest in digital 3D projection capability to multiple US theaters.

2008-07-11 15:00:31

By ROGER EBERT ** JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH 92 minutes, PG (for intense adventure action and scary moments) Directed by Eric Brevig. Produced by Charlotte Huggins, Beau Flynn and Cary Granat.

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2008-07-11 15:10:00

3-D is having a moment. The new crop of 3-D fare is about more than just dodging the occasional screen projectile.

2008-07-11 15:00:00

By Michael Janusonis Director Eric Brevig's updated version of the Jules Verne classic Journey to the Center of the Earth is an old-fashioned, rip- roaring, seat-of-the-pants action film that harkens back to the days of the Saturday matinee movies of the 1950s.

2008-07-11 12:00:38

By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun Jul. 11--(B-) As a movie, Journey to the Center of the Earth isn't much more than a feel-good adventure emphasizing the importance of family, an encyclopedic knowledge of geology and chemistry and loads of good old-fashioned luck.


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