Journey to the Center of the Earth – Captioned Trailer

Journey to the Center of the Earth ( 2008 ) Poster Watch the Trailer A science professor’s untraditional hypotheses have made him the laughing stock of the academic community. But on an expedition in Iceland, he and his nephew stumble upon a major discovery that launches them on a thrilling journey deep beneath the Earth’s surface, where they travel through never-before-seen worlds and encounter a variety of unusual creatures.
Genres: Action/Adventure and Drama
Release Date: July 11th, 2008 (wide)
MPAA Rating: PG for intense adventure action and some scary moments.
Distributors: New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution

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Betcha this one’s not captioned in 3-d (Since we still don’t have Captioned Digital Cinema)

4 thoughts on “Journey to the Center of the Earth – Captioned Trailer

  1. Bill,

    Thanks for open-captioning the film trailer of “Journey to the Center of Earth”, another mindless entertainment with tiresome and recycled scripts and storylines from several films of the past with Rod Taylor’s classic 1960s film.

    I dunno know if I will go to see “JTCOE” film or not. The special effects really are not impressive. The T-Rex needs to be more realistic and scariest. The CGI effects sometimes really su*k!



  2. I forgot to include actor Brendan Fraiser in my previous comment. He is kinda a cutie, not really the steaming hearthrob. I enjoy viewing his “really nice” and lean body in “Oh, George” film.

    Brendan Fraiser seems stuck in the rut with many action-packed films from the Mummy film series. He probably make smart decisions to appear in action packed films, instead of serious films to make a lot of $$$.

    I do not think that I will see the “Dark Knight” film. I personally prefer indie films and small budget films to view at theatre than major studio films.

    Too many good films not being open captioned. Ugh!




  3. I myself am drawn to 3-D – no matter how cheesy.

    I am curious what good films you are missing? Are they not being captioned, or not being shown with captions?


  4. Bill,

    How true about real entertainment with the Real 3-D films. Not all theatres have capability to screen the first-run films in 3-D.

    I could not think of any films what I missed for not able to view them without captions. I have to look up the NYT and Washington Post’s movie section to find what kind of films I possibly not able to view without captions.

    I look forward to the “Hellboy 2” with DeToro, film director.

    Some deaf people and I viewed “Wanted” film with Angelie Jolie last weekend. It was pretty good, not really superbu and many surprise twists.



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