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The Core

"The core of the earth has stopped spinning"

The Earth's core has stopped spinning and disasters are appearing all over the world; Birds are acting crazy, magnetic fields are causing huge electrical thunderstorms and people dying every second.Dr. Josh Keyes (Aaron Eckhart) and his crew have to travel down to the centre of the Earth and drop a nuclear bomb in an attempt to make the Earth's core spin once again. Or Mankind will perish. ...

Details

-- Box Office --
Released: Mar 25th, 2003
Budget: $60,000,000.00
Revenue: N/A
-- General Information --
Rating: PG-13
Runtime: 135 Minutes
Genres: Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller
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IMDB: N/A
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The Core Main Cast

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Aaron Eckhart
Aaron Eckhart
plays Dr. Josh Keyes
Christopher Shyer
Christopher Shyer
plays Dave Perry
Hilary Swank
Hilary Swank
plays Maj. Rebecca Childs
Ray Galletti
Ray Galletti
plays Paul
Delroy Lindo
Delroy Lindo
plays Dr. Ed 'Braz' Brazzleton
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • Movie Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): A display inside the ship misspells "integrity" as "intregrity".
  • Movie Goof (factual errors): When Rat is trying to "hack" his way into the DoE's "Intranet Database", on his first try to access a file he gets an error "404 - Access Denied". Actually, web server error message 404 corresponds to "File Not Found", while 403 is "Forbidden / Access Denied". Since Rat is working from a seemingly secured computer - he seems to have no trouble at all accessing the DoE's "Intranet" as clearly stated on the screen - probably the correct error message should have been "401 - Unauthorized".
  • Movie Goof (revealing mistake): When Virgil is falling through the water it is clearly traveling at high speed, yet the digital depth gauge is counting feet at about 1 per second (922, 923 etc) which is less than 1 mph!
  • Movie Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): In the scene where Rat is being recruited, he uses a whistle to hack Josh's cell phone, telling him he now has "free long distance for life." However, by the time the movie takes place, not only were all land-line telephone trunk exchanges digital (meaning that temporary free long distance could not accomplished using a 2600 Hertz tone), but any cell phone exchange would be exclusively digital and therefore would not utilize tones as signals to (mechanical) trunk lines. Also, the whistle Rat uses is far lower in pitch than the necessary 2600 Hz.
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