Under the Mountain (2009)

PG-13   |    |  Adventure, Drama, Fantasy

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Teenage twins battle dark forces hidden beneath Auckland's volcanoes.

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  • Sophie McBride and Tom Cameron in Under the Mountain (2009)
  • Sam Neill and Tom Cameron in Under the Mountain (2009)
  • Sam Neill and Sophie McBride in Under the Mountain (2009)
  • Under the Mountain (2009)
  • Sophie McBride and Tom Cameron in Under the Mountain (2009)
  • Under the Mountain (2009)

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11 September 2011 | simon-trek
"A thrilling and scary movie"
I really liked this movie. It is thrilling, scary and has brilliant visual effects!

I really liked the theme of this movie. Teenage fraternal twins Theo and Rachel who seem like ordinary teenagers but they turn out to be very significant. Also Theo and Rachel have recently suffered a terrible tragedy the death of their mother, which causes a rift in the bound between the twins. So throughout the film the twins not only have to discover their true destiny, they also have to rediscover themselves.

Sam Neil is brilliant in his role as the mysterious and benevolent Mr Jones who becomes the twins mentor. Sam is brilliant in just about every role I've seen him in.

Now the main antagonists of the film the Wilberforces, they are scary in every way; slimy, grotesque and terrifyingly powerful. They are something out of your worst nightmare!

I liked the fact that this terrifying adventure takes place in the beautiful landscapes of New Zealand. It makes this movie look somewhat majestic in the scene of location.

So overall this is a great movie. I don't see many Australian or New Zealand films that are this good.

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