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The Core (DVD, 2003)

The Core (DVD, 2003)

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy



Leading Role:

Aaron Eckhart, Stanley Tucci, Alfre Woodard, Delroy Lindo, Hilary Swank


Full Screen


Jon Amiel

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Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Release Date:




Detailed item info

Weird phenomena lead a brilliant geophysics professor, Dr. Josh Keyes (Aaron Eckhart), to the discovery that the Earth's core has stopped revolving, ultimately resulting in severe natural disasters and radiation akin to that of a microwave--and the end of the world. Keyes' worst fears are confirmed by superstar scientist Dr. Conrad Zimsky (Stanley Tucci), who turns to his former partner, Dr. Ed Brazzleton (Delroy Lindo), who has devoted twenty years to creating a ship that can journey to the center of the Earth. The U.S. government, whose secret experiments, unbeknownst to all of the team but Zimzky, may have caused the problem, builds the ship at record speed and sends a team in to set off nuclear bombs that will restart the core. Astronauts Colonel Robert Iverson (Bruce Greenwood) and Major Rebecca Childs (Hilary Swank), and a nuclear weapons specialist, Dr. Serge Leveque (Tcheky Karyo) are also assigned to the mission, which promises both spectacular discoveries and tremendous danger. Witty one-liners save the film from taking itself too seriously while the special effects keep the action exciting. Directed by Jon Amiel (COPYCAT, ENTRAPMENT), THE CORE also stars Alfre Woodard, DJ Qualls, and Richard Jenkins.

Product Details
  • Number of Discs: 0
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 097360566840

Additional Details

"...The movie's deepest impact lies in the performances..."
USA Today - Claudia Puig (03/28/2003)

"...The 'something's not right here' build-up is snappy....There's also a neat line in humour..."
Total Film - Jamie Graham (05/01/2003)

"...The sense of fun is unmistakable..."
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (03/28/2003)

"...The approach proves refreshing...The pic has a full-bodied feel given extra texture by John Lindley's cinematography..."
Variety - Scott Foundas (03/24/2003)