Journey 2 - The Mysterious Island

Journey 2 - The Mysterious Island
Journey 2 - The Mysterious Island




95 minutes


Action and Adventure



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This is an exotic, if a little far-fetched, follow up to 2008's Journey To The Centre of The Earth. This time Sean has received a coded distress from an island in the South Pacific that doesn’t exist on the map. Convinced the signal is from his grandfather he sets out to find him with the help of his stepfather Hank and Gabato, the only helicopter pilot willing to make the journey, who brings along his beautiful daughter Kailani. But finding the mysterious island and locating Sean's eccentric grandfather is only the beginning of this adventure. As the group of unlikely explorers venture deeper into the beautiful and magical island, its hidden dangers begin to unravel.


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Contains mild adventure action.

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