A California research institute is performing a teleportation experiment to send their military research team to Stuttgart, Germany. But something goes wrong, and the team ends up at the ...
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A California research institute is performing a teleportation experiment to send their military research team to Stuttgart, Germany. But something goes wrong, and the team ends up at the center of the earth, where they just manage to send off a distress signal before being hunted by a dinosaur. Joseph Harnet (Greg Evigan), head scientist in CA, contacts Emily Radford (Dedee Pfeiffer), sister of the missing unit's leader and head of a deep bore drill experiment, for help in rescuing the stranded team. The two mount a rescue operation, drilling down to the earth's core to save the girls before it's too late. In the mean time the stranded group are doing their best to survive in the deadly environment.Written by
Seriously? Can the ancestors of Jules Verne sue? I hope so.
I also gave up after 15 minutes, I mean first of all I thought it was going to be the feminist version but no, it's the perverts version. A group of all female military(yes all female, I live for the day women go into battle en mass) saddle up with just a gun and little else wearing just a T shirt (you don't see male military doing that?)
I didn't hang around to see if any shirts came off, who cares?
And since when would there be blue sky and clouds 600K inside the earth? Maybe that gets explained later in the film but I didn't care enough to hang around to find out.
I doubt you would either.
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