Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

Sean Anderson partners with his mom’s boyfriend on a mission to find his grandfather, who is thought to be missing on a mythical island.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Hank Parsons: Dwayne Johnson
  • Sean Anderson: Josh Hutcherson
  • Alexander Anderson: Michael Caine
  • Kailani Laguatan: Vanessa Hudgens
  • Gabato Laguatan: Luis Guzmán
  • Liz Parsons: Kristin Davis
  • Jessica: Anna Colwell
  • Cop: Stephen Caudill
  • Tour Guide: Branscombe Richmond
  • Hockey Player: Walter Bankson
  • Palauan (uncredited): Cody Easterbrook
  • Nautilus Passenger (uncredited): Paul Leo Klink
  • Fisherman (uncredited): Ed Moy

Film Crew:

  • Executive Producer: Michael Bostick
  • Director of Photography: David Tattersall
  • Art Direction: Bruce Robert Hill
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Peter Chesney
  • Producer: Beau Flynn
  • Set Designer: Greg Papalia
  • Costume Design: Denise Wingate
  • Editor: David Rennie
  • Sound Designer: Randy Thom
  • Producer: Tripp Vinson
  • Set Designer: Chad S. Frey
  • Casting: Craig Fincannon
  • Casting: Lisa Mae Fincannon
  • Set Decoration: Chuck Potter
  • Stunt Coordinator: Alex Daniels
  • Set Decoration: Gary Fettis
  • Producer: Charlotte Huggins
  • Original Music Composer: Andrew Lockington
  • Pilot: Rick Avery
  • Story: Brian Gunn
  • Story: Mark Gunn
  • Stunt Double: Tanoai Reed
  • Set Dresser: Kip Bartlett
  • Director: Brad Peyton
  • Music Supervisor: Andrea von Foerster
  • Executive Producer: Evan Turner
  • Story: Richard Outten
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Michael Anthony Jackson
  • Set Designer: Dean Wolcott
  • Stunts: Craig H. Davidson
  • Production Design: Bill Boes
  • Visual Effects Editor: Gian Ganziano
  • Set Dresser: Benjamin Patterson
  • Makeup Department Head: Tarra D. Day
  • Costume Supervisor: John Casey
  • Hair Department Head: Joy Zapata
  • Script Supervisor: Anna Rane
  • Visual Effects Producer: Julie Orosz
  • ADR Supervisor: Gwendolyn Yates Whittle
  • Greensman: Isaia Robins
  • Foley Editor: Colette D. Dahanne
  • Dialogue Editor: Douglas Murray
  • Construction Coordinator: Gary A. Krakoff
  • Art Department Coordinator: Jenne Lee
  • Still Photographer: Ron Phillips
  • Visual Effects Editor: Leona Naidoo
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Miles Teves
  • Set Designer: Alex McCarroll
  • Sound Effects Editor: Josh Gold
  • Art Department Coordinator: Lindsey Suggs
  • Property Master: John Bankson
  • Dialogue Editor: Marilyn McCoppen
  • Visual Effects Editor: Scott Anderson
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Al Nelson
  • Camera Operator: Mike Repeta
  • Music Editor: David Metzner
  • Animation Supervisor: Daryl Sawchuk
  • Stunts: Tim Jarvis
  • Sound Effects Editor: Leff Lefferts
  • Camera Operator: Gregory W. Smith
  • Animation: Larry White
  • Animation: Anthony Rizzo
  • Visual Effects: James Baker
  • Greensman: Darrell Tachibana
  • Key Costumer: Sandra Collier
  • Key Costumer: Cameron Doyle
  • Sculptor: James Van Houten
  • Supervising Music Editor: Stephen Lotwis
  • Set Costumer: Cory Ching
  • Conceptual Illustrator: John Eaves
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Andrew H. Leung
  • First Assistant Director: John Hockridge
  • Greensman: Adolfo Castanon
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Darren Dochterman
  • Modeling: Steve Cypreos
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: James Greig
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Whitney Hagan
  • Modeling: Suchitra Keshri
  • Modeling: Chun Ho Ray Leung
  • Modeling: Hyun Bo Park
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Nick Pill
  • Second Unit Director: Boyd Shermis
  • Visual Effects Producer: Randy Starr
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Terri Watanabe
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Trevor Wyatt
  • Key Costumer: Charles W. Kaeo
  • Production Coordinator: Christie Kwan
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Stephanie Meyerink
  • Other: Vacheh Shahmoradian
  • Stunt Double: Ralf Koch
  • Stunt Double: Jennifer Brusciano
  • Set Dresser: Erik Parzwardek

Movie Reviews:

  • Kamurai: Really good watch, would watch again, and can recommend.

    Great casting choices, great subject matter, and plenty of production value.

    When it comes down to it, I’m sure this is the movie that settled Dwayne Johnson as the guy for Jumanji.

    Josh Hutcherson and Vanessa Hudgens are really cute together and play off of each other really well. Michael Caine and Luis Guzmán both act really well with their character kids as well as Dwayne.

    The biggest actual problem I have with this is the insistence in 3d technology. It is really blatant and really weird sometimes.

    The iconic action scenes in this are amazing, and were probably not cost efficient at all: a giant lizard, bird or fish animated like this looks so good, but lasts for 5 minutes (?) and costs ridiculous amounts of money to get quality as good as this movie does.

    But it’s the “no expense spared” attitude that really makes this a good movie watching experience. Yes, the writing is solid, and I love the idea of visiting the Mysterious Island, but the quality is what puts it over the top.

    Well worth the watch, but its the experience more than anything I can verbally express right now.

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