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Around the World in 80 Days (2004)

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To win a bet, an eccentric British inventor beside his Chinese valet and an aspiring French artist, embarks on a trip full of adventures and dangers around the world in exactly eighty days.

Director:

Frank Coraci

Writers:

Jules Verne (novel), David N. Titcher (screenplay) (as David Titcher) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jackie Chan ... Passepartout / Lau Xing
Steve Coogan ... Phileas Fogg
Cécile de France ... Monique La Roche (as Cécile De France)
Robert Fyfe ... Jean Michel
Jim Broadbent ... Lord Kelvin
Ian McNeice ... Colonel Kitchener
David Ryall ... Lord Salisbury
Roger Hammond ... Lord Rhodes
Adam Godley ... Mr. Sutton
Howard Cooper Howard Cooper ... Academy Member #1
Karen Mok ... General Fang (as Karen Joy Morris)
Daniel Hinchcliffe Daniel Hinchcliffe ... British Valet
Wolfram Teufel Wolfram Teufel ... Belgian Dignitary
Tom Strauss ... Academy Member #2
Kit West Kit West ... Academy Member #3
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Storyline

An adventurer, Passepartout, ends up accompanying time-obsessed English gentleman, Phileas Fogg, on a daring mission to journey around the world. Fogg has wagered with members of his London club that he can traverse the world in 80 days. Along the way, they encounter many interesting 19th Century figures and have many exciting and suspenseful situations in their voyage around the world. Written by kakubisc@imdb.com

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for action violence, some crude humor and mild language | See all certifications »

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USA | Germany | Ireland | UK

Language:

English | Cantonese | French | German | Hindi | Turkish

Release Date:

16 June 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Around the World in Eighty Days See more »

Filming Locations:

Germany See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$110,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,576,132, 20 June 2004, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$24,008,137

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$48,170,758
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Color

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2.39 : 1
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This marks the first time that Owen and Luke Wilson played brothers on-screen. See more »

Goofs

On the paddle-ship on the Atlantic, the paddles are turning and some of the sails are also unfurled. However if the wind was having any effect it would have to be going faster than the ship. In that case the smoke from the smokestack should be blown forward, in the direction of travel. In fact it is shown going sideways or even backwards; this implies that the sails are actually causing a drag on the ship, slowing it down. See more »

Quotes

San Francisco Hobo: Now, your stink is your most powerful weapon in your begging arsenal.
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Alternate Versions

Some commercial television prints cut out the Arnold Schwarzenegger cameo sequence. See more »


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Everybody, All over the World (Join the Celebration)
Written by David A. Stewart / Chucho Merchan / Frank Coraci
Produced by David A. Stewart
Associate Producer Ned Douglas
Performed by David A. Stewart and Sylvia Young Stage School
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cute movie that is better for those who haven't read the book
30 May 2005 | by cheroldSee all my reviews

Very unfaithful adaptation of the Jules Verne novel, yet much more entertaining than the tedious and wildly overrated but relatively faithful David Niven version. The movie is breezy and enjoyable, with some fun fight scenes, although it is completely inconsequential.

I think it would help when watching this movie to have not read the book, because one cannot help but think that the extensive rewriting was not necessary. Passepartout's character could have been expanded for Jackie without so many other changes. Changing Phineas to a bumbling, goofy inventor was clearly done in an attempt to make the movie into another version of the buddy movie that has been Jackie's greatest friend in the U.S., but Coogan is unexceptional in the role and doesn't have a lot of chemistry with Jackie, so they really should have just done the character as written, which could have made for a much smarter movie.

In spite of plot holes and some silliness though, I enjoyed this, at least in that, watch-a-movie-on-TV-on-a-Saturday-morning way.


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