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He tries to jump over, but fails, and falls. Trevor Anderson Brendan Fraser is a Bostonian volcanologist whose year-old nephew, Sean Josh Hutcherson , is supposed to spend ten days with him. When Sean's mother drops him off, she leaves Trevor with a box of items that belonged to Max, Trevor's brother and Sean's father, who disappeared 10 years before. Sean suddenly takes interest in what Trevor has to say after he tells him about his father, whom he never really had a chance to know.

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Inside the book, Trevor finds notes written by his late brother. At Trevor's laboratory, the two learn there is a new dot on his radar device on Snaefell, an extinct volcano in Iceland. Trevor goes to Iceland to investigate, and Sean goes with him. Hannah offers to help them climb up to the radar device.

While hiking the mountain, a lightning storm forces the three into a cave that collapses, leaving them trapped. They find it is an abandoned mine. They venture further into the mine, eventually reaching the bottom of a volcanic tube which is full of precious gems. As they are admiring the gems they realize the floor they're standing on is actually muscovite, a very thin layer of rock formation. The muscovite breaks, and the group falls through the volcanic tube towards the center of the earth, surviving only because the volcanic tube eventually turns into something like a "water slide" which drops them into a lake.

There, they find that the center of the Earth is actually another world contained within the Earth. The group continues seeking a way back to the surface. Along the way, they find evidence that someone was there years previously. Trevor remarks that the instruments found are Lidenbrock's a character from the Jules Verne book , hinting that his views of the events of the book being real are changing.

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They find some of Max's things as well, such as his water bottle and his journal. You are already familiar with the premise, that there is another land inside of our globe. You are familiar because the Jules Verne novel has inspired more than a dozen movies and countless TV productions, including a series, and has been ripped off by such as Edgar Rice Burroughs , who called it Pellucidar, and imagined that the Earth was hollow and there was another world on the inside surface. You didn't ask, but yes, I own a copy of Tarzan at the Earth's Core with the original dust jacket.

In this version, Brendan Fraser stars as a geologist named Trevor, who defends the memory of his late brother, Max, who believed the center of the Earth could be reached through "volcanic tubes. Now Trevor has been asked to spend some time with his nephew, Max's son, who is named Sean Josh Hutcherson. What with one thing and another, wouldn't you know they find themselves in Iceland, and peering down a volcanic tube.

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They are joined in this enterprise by Hannah Anita Briem , who they find living in Max's former research headquarters near the volcano he was investigating. Now begins a series of adventures, in which the operative principle is: No matter how frequently or how far they fall, they will land without injury. They fall very frequently, and very far. The first drop lands them at the bottom of a deep cave, from which they cannot possibly climb, but they remain remarkably optimistic: "There must be a way out of here! Just like in that movie, they hurtle down the tracks at breakneck speeds; they're in three cars, on three more or less parallel tracks, leading you to wonder why three parallel tracks were constructed at great expense and bother, but just when such questions are forming, they have to 1 leap a chasm, 2 jump from one car to another, and 3 crash.

It's a funny thing about that little railway: After all these years, it still has lamps hanging over the rails, and the electricity is still on. The problem of lighting an unlit world is solved in the next cave they enter, which is inhabited by cute little birds that glow in the dark. Archived from the original on 22 May Retrieved 16 February The Independent.

Archived from the original on 24 December Retrieved 4 July See also DIO Vol. Molett pp. Portney pp. Similarly, Avery's chimeral try at replicating the Peary trip via ice, may divert from but cannot explain Peary's data-blanks, data-alterations, nor why he, when reading his diary to Congress on 7 January , understandably deleted only its sole attempt at explaining crudely and inadequately his steering: "setting course by moon, our shadows etc".

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