Their suits are obviously made of something stronger and more flexible than Unobtainium. Disasters are happening around the globe, including; animals acting in bizarre ways, monstrous thunderstorms. To make that concept clear to a panel of U. The Earth's disturbed magnetic field has confused the shuttle's guidance system, causing it to aim for downtown Los Angeles. With the planet's magnetic field rapidly deteriorating, our atmosphere literally starts to come apart at the seams with catastrophic consequences.
Storyline: The Core 2003 The Earths core has stopped spinning. Description: Language: Hindi + English Quality: 720p BluRay Size: 1. . Their mission: detonate a device that will reactivate the core. Eventually they reach a depth where the pressure is 800,000 pounds per square inch--and then they put on suits to walk around outside.
And yet the scene is a hum-dinger. But no, there's time for a conversation with Mission Control, and then for the shuttle to change course and make one of those emergency landings where wings get sheared off and everybody holds on real tight. Advertisement Their mission: Set off a couple of nuclear explosions that they hope will set the core a-spinnin' again. Other portents show something is wrong with Gaia. The Earth's innards are depicted in special effects resembling a 1960s underground movie seen on acid, and it is marvelous that the crew has a windshield so they can see out as they drill through dense matter in total darkness. The only wasted cast member is , relegated to one of those Mission Control roles where she has to look worried and then relieved.
Josh Keyes and his crew of 5 go down to the centre to set off a nuclear device, hoping to make the core start spinning again, or humanity will cease. I have such an unreasonable affection for this movie, indeed, that it is only by slapping myself alongside the head and drinking black coffee that I can restrain myself from recommending it. Advertisement To watch Keyes and the generals contemplate that burnt peach is to witness a scene that cries out from its very vitals to be cut from the movie and made into ukulele picks. Zimsky leads the emergency team to the Utah Salt Flats, where eccentric scientist Edward Brazzelton has devised a laser device that can cut through solid rock. So rare is this substance that a Google search reveals only 8,060 sites selling Unobtainium ski gear, jackets, etc. The music is perfect for this enterprise: ominous horns and soaring strings. Josh Keyes Aaron Eckhart discovers that an unknown force has caused the earth's inner core to stop rotating.
He has also invented a new metal named, I am not making this up, Unobtainium. If the shuttle glided over Wrigley Field at that altitude, I'm thinking it would have crashed into the 23rd Precinct Police Station by now, or at the very least a Vienna Red Hots stand. Disasters are appearing all over the world: Birds acting crazy, powerful thunderstorms, 32 people die within seconds of each other when their pacemakers quit working. Josh Keyes and his crew of five total members: 6 go down to the center of the Earth to set off a nuclear device to make the Earths core start spinning again or Mankind will perish. To bring such an unimaginable mass shuddering to a halt would result, one assumes, in more than confused pigeons, but science is not this film's strong point.
Birds go crazy in Trafalgar Square, people with pacemakers drop dead, and then Josh Keyes and fellow scientist Conrad Zimsky decide that the Earth's core has stopped spinning. Besides, do pigeons need their innate magnetic direction-sensing navigational instincts for such everyday jobs as flying from the top of Nelson's column to the bottom? To resolve the crisis, Keyes, along with a team of the world's most gifted scientists, travel into the earth's core. . . . .
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