Special features include a commentary track by Actor Brendan Fraser and Director Eric Brevig; three behind-the-scenes featurettes: A World Within Our World (ten minutes), Being Josh (six minutes), and How To Make A Dinosaur Drool (three minutes), and a digital copy of the movie. Additionally, the DVD includes the Adventure At The Center Of The Earth game. Side A of this two-sided disc features the 2-D version of the film, with the flip side containing the 3-D film.
Science Professor Trevor Anderson (Fraser) is often ridiculed by his colleagues in the academic community over his decidedly unconventional hypothesis. But Trevor proves himself a scientific visionary instead of the quack he is perceived to be when he is trapped in a cave during an expedition in Iceland. To escape the cave, Trevor, his young nephew Sean (Hutcherson), and a beautiful local guide Hannah (Briem) must go deeper on a Journey To The Center Of The Earth. Based on Jules Verne
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows good color saturation, although the picture does appear too bright, often washed out. Fleshtones appear natural, though. Black levels are noticeably elevated, but shadow delineation is adequate, with a fair amount of detail in the near
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