Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
You don't believe a second of it, but it's easy to enjoy, partly because of the casting of all three leads. Read full review
A legit action movie. Read full review
Journey is just the new version of a 1950s comin'-at-ya roller coaster, with a tape measure, trilobite antennae, and giant snapping piranha thrust at the audience. Read full review
For a harmless "Indiana Jones" knock-off, Journey to the Center of the Earth has an awful lot riding on it. Read full review
Cheesy, cheesy, cheesy but fun, fun, fun. Read full review
I don't know if 3-D could improve all movies (nothing could make "The Love Guru" funny) but it sure works here. Read full review
This first feature by veteran visual effects supervisor Eric Brevig has its transporting, if benign, charms. Read full review
Surprising as it may be, given an unpromising trailer, the 3D update of Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth turns out to be perfectly charming as well as predictably eye-popping. Read full review
The cast hits the right notes. Fraser, switching between affable good sport and heroic goofball, clearly doesn't mind this stuff. He realized early on with "George of the Jungle," "Dudley Do-Right" and the "Mummy" movies that his B-movie build and persona is perfect for live-action cartoons. Read full review
Not so much a movie as an amusement park ride. Read full review
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