John Carter (Antonio Sabato Jr.) is some kind of lone soldier in the middle east who looks at everyone through the scope on his rifle, until one day he gets shot a bunch of times and the ... See full summary »
Antonio Sabato Jr.,
As Bob Hope would have put it comparing this Journey To The Center Of The Earth to the one I saw as a lad with James Mason, Arlene Dahl, and Pat Boone would be like comparing filet mignon to hog's livers. It doesn't even stand up that well to the one that got a big screen release that starred Brendan Fraser in the same year.
This has to be way in the future because what happens to six women who are transported the way the transporter works on Star Trek deep under the center of the Earth to a prehistoric world. Now if they had asked Montgomery Scott of the starship Enterprise they would have been told that transporting through solid rock could be dangerous. The idea here was to go to the USA to Stuttgart, Germany through the earth.
Well six GI Janes get stuck there and it's up to Greg Evigan and Deedee Pheiffer to rescue them from T-Rex's, giant spider's, poison and carnivorous plants, et al.
Watching this made me appreciate how good James Mason was.
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