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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Three-Disc Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (3D Blu-ray+Blu-ray)

The follow-up to the 2008 hit! The new journey begins when young adventurer Sean (Josh Hutcherson) receives a coded distress signal from a mysterious island where no island should exist-a place of strange life forms, mountains of gold, deadly volcanoes, and more than one astonishing secret. Unable to stop him from going, Sean's new stepfather (Dwayne Johnson) joins the quest. Together with a helicopter pilot (Luis Guzman) and his beautiful, strong-willed daughter (Vanessa Hudgens), they set out to find the island, rescue its lone inhabitant and escape before seismic shockwaves force the island under the sea and bury its treasures forever.



It's tough being a teenage boy, especially when your mom's just remarried, you've moved to a new town and school, and your grandfather's gone missing. Sean (Josh Hutcherson) is angry and resentful, especially toward his mom's new husband Hank (Dwayne Johnson), and he's acting out in ways that just might land him in jail. Hank has been patiently trying to establish a rapport with Sean, even smoothing things over with local law enforcement officials. But Sean rebukes his every attempt at friendship, until he discovers that Hank might be useful in decoding a satellite message he's recently intercepted. The two learn that the message alludes to a mystery Jules Verne wrote about in his 1874 science fiction novel The Mysterious Island, a story that's fascinated Sean and his missing grandfather for years. Suddenly Sean and Hank find themselves in an uneasy alliance, and the two somehow convince Sean's mom that they need to head to Palau in pursuit of an island that, in all probability, doesn't exist. The two survive a stormy trip on a decrepit helicopter piloted by Gabato (Luis Guzmán) and his daughter Kailani (Vanessa Hudgens) to land on a mysterious Lilliputian island where big creatures are small, small creatures are big, and surprises lurk around every corner. It turns out that Sean's grandfather Alexander (Michael Caine) was the one who summoned them to the island, but his plans to announce their discovery to the world go awry when the group notices that the island is in danger of sinking--with all of them on it. So begins a desperate scramble to find a way off the island. This film is part adventure and part rite of passage, and it's full of juvenile humor and absurd coincidence. While all films require viewers to suspend some sense of disbelief, it's an almost Herculean effort in this movie: Hank can translate Morse code, is familiar with the same Jules Verne books as his new wife's son, knows how to interpret the tectonic signs of continental displacement and soil liquefaction, and can set a dislocated ankle in the middle of nowhere. As for the juvenile humor, it ranges from Hank's unlikely talent of washing away pain with a song and a ukulele to his advice that impressing women is as easy as performing the pectoral "Pec Pop of Love." While Dwayne Johnson has a history of pulling off the fantastical and ridiculous in films like Race to Witch Mountain, Tooth Fairy, and The Game Plan, this time it all feels just a bit too shallow and far-fetched. (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi

Special Features

Interactive Adventure guided by Josh Hutcherson: Discover the skills it takes to ride Giant Bees, outsmart a Hungry Mama Lizard, and ultimately prove you have what it takes to survive on the Mysterious Island!  Can be experienced as an interactive adventure or a passive linear piece.

Introduction with Josh Hutcherson
Alexander's Treehouse
Lost City of Atlantis
The Giant Flowers
The Mushroom Forest
The Golden Volcano
The Lizard's Nest
The Gigantic Bumble Bee
Nemo's Tomb
Nemo's Cave
Nemo's Submarine
Map Payoff
Gag Reel
Deleted Scenes

Product Details

  • Actors: Dwayne Johnson, Michael Caine, Josh Hutcherson, Vanessa Hudgens, Luis Guzmán
  • Directors: Brad Peyton
  • Writers: Brian Gunn, Mark Gunn, Richard Outten
  • Producers: Beau Flynn, Tripp Vinson, Charlotte Huggins
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, English, Thai, French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 5, 2012
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (751 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,559 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Three-Disc Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD Combo)" on IMDb

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This movie has some really great 3D effects! Sure some of the kid pranks are in here but it also has expansive scenes where the water and landscape become part of the living room. I think the home 3D was better than the theaters. My kids have already watched it multiple times and enjoyed the special features on the bluray. I would list it as a buy if you like 3D and hate that most movies it seems to be an after thought rather than a focus. My only complaint is this insistence to make the digital copy ultraviolet...it sucks! They even now have multiple warnings on the cover saying it is not an iTunes digital copy...wake up...we want itunes/windows digital copy that we can carry no matter our connection speed.
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Juvenile action films should always have Dwayne Johnson (formerly The Rock) in the cast. He has an unmistakable charm that spoofs his image and seems enormously likable. This time he treats us to his dancing pecs (yes, you read that right!) and a ukulele-accompanied version of "What a Wonderful World," but his focus is still kid-friendly family fare. No argument here! And Amazon.com has family fare!

To make an island this mysterious, Director Brad Peyton ("Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore") is once again using a LOT of Computer Generated Imaging. How else can we have puppy-sized elephants and honeybees big enough to ride?

We see:
* Josh Hutcherson ("The Kids are All Right") as our hero, off in quest of an island that seems to exist only in books: Jules Verne's Mysterious Island and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and Robert Lewis Stevenson's Treasure Island. He decodes a message from his long-missing grandfather and thinks he might be stranded on an island doomed to soon disappear.
* Dwayne Johnson ("Fast Five") is our young hero's stepfather but his awkward attempt at a father-son talk is pretty pathetic. He agrees to take the boy on a trip to the South Pacific, but has no idea what the kid really has in mind.
* Luis Guzmán ("The Caller") owns a rickety old helicopter which they hire (chickens roosting in it are his "security system"). He knows the danger, but really needs the money to send his daughter to college.
* Michael Caine ("The Dark Knight") is our hero's grandfather, isolated on that mysterious island for many years and more than a bit daft.
* Vanessa Hudgens ("Beastly") is here for set decoration and to provide a flimsy love interest for our hero.

Lame dialogue like "Who's up for adventure?
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I'll come right out and say it: I'm not really a fan of this film. I like the first one, with Brendan Fraser -- it has plenty of action, gets you emotionally involved with the characters, handled the inevitable romance in a way that didn't make me want to barf, is just cheesy enough to be fun without being too stupid, and the 3D effects make it worth seeing. All in all a good film for days when I want to switch off my brain for 90 minutes and enjoy some mindless escapism.

This sequel meanwhile is so dull. It's not well-paced, and any onscreen tension quickly vanishes before it has a chance to produce thrills. Because we couldn't have that. The very idea! It's almost as if the director was going out of his way to make this boring instead of an action-packed adventure film. The few chase scenes and stuff that we do get rely so heavily on Matrix-like slow motion shots that it starts to get tedious. They also manage to make me feel more sympathy for the animal "monsters" involved than the actual human protagonists. Speaking of the humans, the characters are bland paper cutouts who can be reduced purely to their function within the story: the hero. The hero's future girlfriend. The comic relief. The step-dad. The crazy grandfather. And so on. The romance feels forced and and cliche and treats the girl pretty much just as an object for the hero to pursue and win in the end. Because that's why we girls exist: so guys can date us. Anything else is crazy talk. (Rolls eyes in disgust.) The dialogue meanwhile is ridiculous. Some of the interchanges make me laugh, and not for the right reasons. The one decent thing about this movie is the Rock -- and sadly he can't save it for me. I honestly get more enjoyment making fun of this film than actually watching it.
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My 7 year old daughter and 4 year old son absolutely loved this movie. In fact, they couldn't wait for it to come out on DVD. I liked it too. It was exactly what I expected and ..... It was a lot of fun. No academy awards on this one, but I knew that going in. Listen to us 5 star raters.....it is worth the purchase. What were the people that rated this one as poor expecting? I mean..... Really?
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The writers and producers of this film were smart enough not to have Dwayne Johnson play the role of Brendan Fraiser. Sean, the son, is back and lives with his mom and step-dad in teen prison, known as Dayton, Ohio. Dwayne is intelligent and understanding. When Sean gets a cryptic message, Brainiac Dwayne Johnson helps him decode it. Sean wants to go to the Island and find his grandfather, who he thinks sent the message. Dwayne, who is trying to connect with Sean, decides to humor him and very quickly into the film, we are at Mysterious Island.

Luis Guzmán plays a local helicopter pilot who along with his pretty daughter Vanessa Hudgens (Gabriella Montez of High School Musical) are capable of getting the foursome stranded on the Island. Once they meet up with Michael Caine, there is some ridiculous rivalry dialouge that doesn't fit well into the film. The special effects were good. The humor and story was aimed at the kids who enjoyed the picture far more than their parents with some scenes being downright juvenile. Sean, of course, has a thing for the island girl, who plays hard to get. All this is going on while the volcano blows smokes and oozes lava.

Some cheesy fun. 3D effects...unfortunately bounce right at you.

No F-bombs, sex, or nudity, Pure PG goodness. Good one for the kids (pre-teen and younger). WARNING: Dwayne Johnson sings. 5 STARS for kids, 3 stars for the adults who sit through it.
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