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The Core

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Driving by his will of saving the world from destruction arise from the mysterious stop of the earth's inner core, that leads to a fatal results of the strong storms and even the mysterious behavior for animals, that threatens the life on earth, Dr. Josh, does his best and tries to put a nuclear device to save them.
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May 05, 2015

...pervasive mediocrity...
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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December 23, 2012

A magical film: it never runs out of new and delightful ways to be completely inane.
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Film Threat
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March 31, 2005

'The only truly interesting aspect found in "The Core" is Jon Amiel's thoughts as to what the inner parts of Earth might look like.'
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

This is a big, dumb, explosion movie.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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March 28, 2003

The Core works because the characters are idiosyncratic enough to seem authentic but not so zany that they seem contrived.
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USA Today

March 28, 2003

Jules Verne this isn't, but it makes for fairly diverting escapist fare.
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Kansas City Kansan

October 15, 2004

If something isn't done soon, the earth as we know it (love that cliché) will destroy itself. Who do you call? Core busters!
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Toronto Star
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March 28, 2003

There's a marked absence of panic in The Core.
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F5 (Wichita, KS)
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July 06, 2004

Should be a sci-fi screenwriter's dream; but this dream is more like one that Michael Crichton would have than Jules Verne, and there's not a breath of imagination on display
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Seattle Times
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March 28, 2003

Scientists may shudder, but at least some good actors are getting work.
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Ebert & Roeper

March 31, 2003

[I]t's not campy enough to be consistently entertaining, and it's certainly not exciting or smart enough to be a first-rate sci-fi epic like a Deep Impact.
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