Journey to the Center of the Earth

Factual error: When they are in Lidenbrock's camp, they are talking about rising temperatures using Fahrenheit. Hannah is Icelandic therefore she would use Celsius instead (like most of the world does).

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Suggested correction: They are using a thermometer that is reading in Fahrenheit, so that's what she is saying out loud. Yes, you could probably change the setting to read in Celsius, but Hannah also knows that she is dealing with Americans. She knows they won't be able to understand Celsius. PS: I'm American.

Factual error: Hannah's full name is Hannah Ásgeirsson. Icelandic surnames are (Father's name) sson for boys and (Mother's name) dottir for girls, so Ásgeirsson would be the surname of the male child of a man named Ásgeir. Her name should be Hannah Sigurbjörnsdóttir.

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Trivia: This is one of three 2008 movies with this same title. This one stars Brendan Fraser. There is a version starring Greg Evigan and another version starring Ricky Schroder. Not only are the casts different, but they also have different plots.

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Question: In some theaters, the film is shown in 3-D. When the film is released on home video, will it also be in 3-D?

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Chosen answer: Yep. The DVD comes in 3-D and 2-D versions. The 3-D versions come with (if I remember correctly) four pairs of 3-D glasses.

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