Journey to the Center of the Earth (also promoted as Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D or Journey 3-D) is a 2008 American 3D science fantasy adventure film directed by Eric Brevig and starring Brendan Fraser, Anita Briem, and Josh Hutcherson. It is not considered a sequel or a remake of the 1959 film, Journey to the Center of the Earth. It was followed by Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. This film was released on July 11, 2008 in 3D and 2D theaters by New Line Cinema. This film was also the introduction for the special "4D" motion effects cinema in Seoul, South Korea, which feature tilting seats to convey motion, wind, sprays of water and sharp air, strobe lights to mimic lightning, fog, scents, and other theatrical special effects. This format is known as 4DX. The film received mixed reviews from critics and it earned $242 million on a $60 million budget. Wikipedia
(recognizing Mt. Vesuvius behind them) Trevor: If your mother asks you where you went this weekend, tell her your uncle took you to Italy.