JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND movie review

we're up to a new adventure in an unknown location in Warner Bros. Pictures' Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. bringing back the all grown-up Josh Hutcherson as Sean, who's about to solve a new Vernian (Jules Verne) mystery. he's joined by Dwayne Johnson (Hank) who plays his stepfather struggling to get his trust and attention, Vanessa Hudgens (Kailani) and Luis Guzman (Gabato) who were the tour companions to the mysterious island.
after losing him for a long time, Sean has accidentally received a coded message from his grandfather (Michael Caine) who testifies that a mysterious island authored by Jules Verne is true. with the help of Hank's marine and navigation skils, he solves this bonding them together as a father and child. Dwayne Johnson gets too good in this movie shredding off his wrestler image. and solving this mystery, be surprised that the so-called mysterious island is found just near the Philippines, Palau.

in Palau, they'll meet unimaginable combination of father and daughter, Gabato and Kailani due to their physical attributes. as Gabato wants a better future for his daughter, he agrees to take a risky decision of joining Sean and Hank into the dangerous trip.

getting in the island is no easy task. the dangerous part of the Pacific Ocean pushes out everyone who dares for it. but the rewards of getting there is fulfilling. Jules Verne had a lot of good imagination. there they'll find unusual things and opposites of things in the normal setting. so dangerous, but you may want to stay there. giant lizards, tiny elephants, volcanic gold and the lost City of Atlantis are what's in store for us.
seeing this is better in 3D because you'll have a view of the magical place. though it seems that some scenes appear very artificial, take your kids and share the adventure. it'll make you want to read the real thing.
see JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND starting February 2 2012 at all Philippine theaters. available in IMAX 3D and 2D formats, brought to us by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Entertainment Company.

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