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Rated PG for some adventure action, and brief mild language.

PG In Theaters 02/10/2012 , 94min.
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Viewer score based on 162 ratings
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Critic score based on 27 reviews

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December 12, 2012
jculp12237
very very corny, and very unbelievabe
November 16, 2012
is00000000131949
This was just fun .And should not that be the goal of every movie?
April 13, 2012
lamb4him
I saw Journey 2 twice and I would see it again and again. I loved the action and the humor. The scenery was outstanding. Although the only actor I recognized was Michael Caine I found that the actors did a fantastic job. I wonder how many men went home to \"pop their pecks\" after the movie.
March 05, 2012
scardaris
I throughly enjoyed this family movie....my 15 yr old son liked it as well.... no nudity...no foul language....good story line...quite entertaining....wonderful syfy effects...Awesome acting....I would see it again... we enjoyed it that much
February 23, 2012
hl00000000109353
An O.K family movie, but I have seen better. To begin with, Almost every scene had a close up of a giant bug, or spider, which is more than enough for anyone who hates the site of giant roaches or spiders. The overall story plot was a little to unrealistic for me. Between riding giant bees, and discovering an island that is from a made-up book, It is obviouse that this isn't the slightest bit

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Washington Post
The movie's flexibility with its own rules would be less noticeable if it were busy thrilling us. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
For a time, Journey 2 becomes a lost episode of "Lost," then it becomes "King Kong," minus the ape. Then it becomes a ukulele music video featuring the Rock's take on Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's "What a Wonderful World." Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
It's a thoroughly family-friendly film, with a subtle message about the importance of father figures. Don't expect anything resembling believability, but enjoy the blend of strikingly colorful visuals and banter between odd couple Johnson and Caine, which combine for a mild escapist treat. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
If there's a book-loving adventuress or adventurer in your house younger than 10, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island provides a lighthearted break from the death-obsessed "Harry Potter" franchise and other literary but limp adventures like the "Narnia" films and "The Lightning Thief." Full Review
John Anderson
Wall Street Journal
The island locale rings with reggae music regardless of its proximity to Jamaica, and any action sequence is rendered in painfully deliberate slo-mo. Full Review
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