Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – Dwayne Johnson Can Sing

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

I reviewed Journey 2: The Mysterious Island for my syndication partners this week. It’s not a bad family adventure movie. It’s not the best, but definitely not the worst. Something in between, with lots of colorful landscapes, giant lizards and a cool treehouse with a working elevator and lightning-bug lamps. A cast that includes Josh Hutcherson, Vanessa Hudgens and Michael Caine doesn’t hurt. I gave it 3.5 out of 5 Reels.

But perhaps the best thing about this movie is that I learned Dwayne Johnson has a really nice voice. The former pro wrestler sang What a Wonderful World, accompanying himself on the ukulele. Well, he customized the lyrics a little. See what you think below.

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6 responses to “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island – Dwayne Johnson Can Sing”

  1. Connie Avatar

    I saw the previews for this and it didn’t really ‘pull me’ towards it- maybe I should give it a chance!

    1. Jane Boursaw Avatar

      It was surprisingly entertaining! As long as you didn’t go into it expecting a masterpiece.

  2. Alex Fatcow Avatar

    The story is ok – it’s usual but the graphics are amazing! The movie has nice style.

  3. […] Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Fun tale with tons of bonus features and Josh Hutcherson playing a teen who embarks on a journey to find his grandfather on a remote island. Mom’s new hubby (Dwayne Johnson) goes along to keep an eye on things (and play the ukulele). […]

  4. […] on a remote island. Mom’s new hubby (Dwayne Johnson) goes along to keep an eye on things and play the ukulele. Warner Bros.; rated PG for some adventure action, and brief mild […]

  5. […] Here’s the thing I love about Dwayne Johnson. He doesn’t take himself too seriously, and isn’t afraid to make fun of himself. I mean, who would have ever thought he could sing and play the ukulele? […]

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