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"Poor quality film. Poor DVD transfer. No Extras. Waste of time. At least I didn't throw a lot of money away on it. Terrible film."
Don't even think about it
K. TAHSIN HERSAN | Istanbul, NA Turkey | 07/21/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I was disappointed of the visual quality of this dvd. Also the scenario and the cinematography is way too bad to watch this film. I don't recommend you to buy it. The only good thing is its cheap price..."
A Spark Of Interest Marks This Dreck
Martin Asiner | jersey city, nj United States | 12/31/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF TIME is one of those cheaply made science fiction films whose miniscule budgets are matched only by an equally miniscule plot, direction, scripting, and acting. In this clunker, Scott Brady is your typically beefy industrialist whose only connection to the advancement of science is the financial bottom line. His unwillingness to open the vaults of further funding forces his scientists, lamely played by Gigi Perreau and Anthony Eisley, to prematurely loop ahead to the future in a time machine. Naturally, there is a mishap that lands then squarely in a nuclear war, whose own weirdly made up leaders (Lyle Waggonner and Pouppe Gamin) do little more than prance about for their few minutes of screen time. Brady and his time travelling cohorts travel back to 1,000,000 BC where they meet dinosaurs. Apparently, the script writers failed to indicate that the dinosaurs died out when a comet smacked into the earth 65 million years ago. At this point, whatever plot coherence there was dissolves into a misty mess of chintzy special effects whose only apparent purpose is to divert the viewer's attention from the T-Rex size plot holes. Further complicating matters is a series of potentially interesting temporal paradoxes that might have engaged the viewer had the script respected his intelligence to the point of incorporating them into a coherent plot. By the final reel, the viewer is asked to accept yet again another dopey science fiction cop out ending of How We All Began. JTTCOT had the potential to be more than all hands concerned made it. But because it groped, however dimly, toward Saying Something Interesting, I gave it two stars."
Time Travel on a Budget
Freeman Williams | Houston, TX USA | 07/21/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)
"When the bottom-line industrialist bankrolling their time-travel project threatens to shut them down, a group of scientists push their equipment too far, with the result that their entire lab is thrown through time and space. They become embroiled in a future war, then wind up in the time of Giant Lizards (because that sure ain't no dinosaur). Pretty good zero-budget sci-fi, with a great B-movie cast: Anthony Eisley, Scott Brady and Lyle Waggoner. The sort of picture that used to crop up on TV late saturday afternoons or 3AM in the morning."
Possibly the worst, most boring movie ever made
Kid Kyoto | United States | 11/27/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Wooden acting, dull dialogue and hopelessly padded this maybe the worst movie ever made. It is almost in the so-bad-it's-good category but too dull for that.
By way of example a scene of the characters traveling back in time is 5 MINUTE montage of stock footage from World War II, Civil War and Roman movies. 5 MINUTES!
There's more techno-babble than you'd get in a year of Star Trek and worse special effects than early Dr Who.
I only saw it because it was on the flip side of a copy of Things to Come. Please, please don't watch it, even as a joke, just stay away."