James Milstead’s review published on Letterboxd:
THE CORE (12)
D: Jon Amiel
Paramount (David Foster, Cooper Layne & Sean Bailey)
USA/Germany/Canada 🇺🇸 🇩🇪 🇨🇦 2003
W: Cooper Layne
DP: John Lindley
Ed: Terry Rawlings
Mus: Christopher Young
Aaron Eckhart (Dr. Joshua Keyes), Hilary Swank (Maj. Rebecca Childs), Delroy Lindo (Dr. Edward Brazzleton), Stanley Tucci (Dr. Conrad Zimsky), Bruce Greenwood (Cmmdr. Bob Iverson)
A group of scientists have to travel deep into the Earth's core to prevent a series of natural disasters.
It's Armageddon, except it isn't in space, but it has the far-fetched plot, ridiculous physics, cardboard characters and goofy dialogue. The special effects are good at some points but rather poor elsewhere but the worst thing about this is the plotholes & idiotic science (the world has stopped turning but it's the same time in Hawaii, Alaska, LA, London, Paris & Rome). Brainless entertainment reminiscent of science fiction B-movies & disaster movies of yesteryear but Jules Verne it isn't...