Emma's regular speed is about 50 miles per hour. This can be figured out by the trek across the black mountains. Shortly after entering the area that is described to stretch out over a distance of 100 miles, Luke remarks that they only have coal left for "maybe two hours". They make it out of the black mountains with no coal left. See more »
You'll become a great explorer.
I rather be an engine driver, just like you.
Engine drivers only follow the tracks that were found by explorers.
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The first closing credits are displayed in a book featuring technical drawings of EMMA and whole Lummerland as well as of other places from the story. See more »
Before you base yourself on my ratings if you are going to watch this movie or not there are a couple things to clarify. I watched this movie without reading anything about it before, I just stumbled on this movie and gave it a shot. The problem is not that it's in German, even though it's quite funny to see that all Asians speak German, but the fact that I'm fifty years old and that this movie is made for kids between five and eight. So the whole movie looks and sounds very childish. I have a wide imagination but this one is just too childish. If I were six years old I would probably love this movie, but I'm not, I'm fifty and so this movie is, even if it's well made, just not for me. But if you have kids this movie will get their attention and keep them quiet for a while.
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