The only way to save Earth from catastrophe is to drill down to the core and set it spinning again.
|克里斯托弗·谢尔 (Christopher Shyer)||饰||Dave Perry|
|雷克哈·莎尔玛 (Rekha Sharma)||饰||Danni (as Rékha Sharma)|
After a series of strange events around the world connected by variances in the Earth's electromagnetic field, scientists, led by Dr. Josh Keyes (Aaron Eckhart), a geology professor, and Conrad Zimsky
|出品公司||Core Productions (uncredited)|
|Horsepower Films (uncredited)|
|Munich Film Partners New Century & Company (MFP) Core Productions (in association with) (as MFP Munich Film Partners New Century GmbH & Co. Core Productions KG)|
|David Foster Productions (as David Foster)|
|首映票房（美国）||$12,053,131, 30 March 2003|
- At the University of British Columbia, Canada, an Earth and Ocean Science course (EOSC 310) uses this film as a learning tool by showing the film to students and then analyzing the bad science behind it. Ironically, at least one of UBC's professors was consulted during the shoots that were done in Vancouver.
- In the film, it is stated that the deepest hole ever dug was 7 miles deep. This is an actual fact: the shaft in question is the Kola Superdeep Borehole, a Russian project.
- (at around 9 mins) Near the end of the "birds" scene, a trout is seen smashing into a window instead of a pigeon. This was a joke left in by the team that did the CG pigeons.