In order to restore their dying safe haven, the son of Poseidon and his friends embark on a quest to the Sea of Monsters, to find the mythical Golden Fleece, all the while trying to stop an ancient evil from rising.
Brandon T. Jackson
Ever since his adventure in the center of the Earth, Sean Anderson has been looking for other places mentioned by Verne and other Vernians. He is notified about a coded message, and breaks into a satellite facility to fully receive it. With the help from his stepfather Hank (Dwayne Johnson) he decodes the message leading him to find the map that leads him to Verne's mysterious island. Along with Gabato and Kailani, Sean embarks on a mission to find his grandfather, the legendary Vernian Alexander. But unexpected problems arise as Alexander made a mistake that could change everything.Written by
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When Dwyane Johnson sees Luis Guzmán's(Gabato) helicopter, he says, "What in the blue heck". This is one of Dwyane's popular Catchphrase as "The Rock" during his time in WWF/WWE where he would say, "What in the blue hell". See more »
When Hank puts the torpedo in the launch tube it's only about 3 feet long. When it's fired it seems to have doubled in length. See more »
It looks like the liquefation has tripled overnight.
What does that mean?
It means this island is sinking a lot faster than we thought.
I thought you said a couple of days.
Now it looks more like a couple of hours.
A couple of hours?
We need to get to that sub now or we're all gonna be 20,000 leagues under the sea.
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There is a brief scene of elephants swimming to the city halfway through the credits right before the cast listing. See more »
Not so much a sequel as a new story altogether comes this likable—if unnecessary—adventure about Sean Anderson, a callow youth and 'Vernian' who receives an encoded message then becomes obsessed with the idea that it was sent by his absentee grandfather who may or may not have discovered a mythical island that may or may not really exist. Accompanied by his stepfather, a frugal pilot, and the pilot's attractive daughter, Sean travels across the Pacific to the island where the group encounters an assortment of wonders but just as many dangerous perils. Uninspired, fairly predictable, but Johnson and Caine give the film some much needed gravitas, Guzman adds his trademark comic relief, there are some good effects and exciting moments every now and again, but the subplot about parents and their children doesn't really resonate. A good family-oriented fare, just nothing special. **
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