When he traces a distress signal about his grandfather’s whereabouts to an island that doesn’t seem to exist, fearless teen Sean Anderson springs into adventure mode and teams up with an unlikely ally: his stepfather.
Zero expectations were on my mind for this one after the gimmicky, messy, video game of a first film, but to be honest, I didn't hate this one. More so than with the earlier "Journey", there is a sense of adventure and fantasy going on even if the characters who are embarking on it aren't anything special. Kids will enjoy this, though there's better fantasy adventures out there. "Daffy's Rhapsody"'s worthwhile.
I enjoyed “Journey 2”. It’s just a fun, family-friendly romp. It definitely has its “bullshit” moments where, even within the logic of the movie, characters and the world behave in ways that are plainly… read review