Actually, none of the Jules Verne movies have aged very well, and some of them weren't much good to begin with.
Wow, Shaded, that's an interesting topic deserving its own thread!
But think about it:20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Fun, and from what I have heard, the most expensive American film up its time, but Disney cutesy-wootseyAround the World in 80 Days
Sort of fun, but it tends towards tedium, and apparently is in dire need of an expensive restorationFrom the Earth to the Moon
One of RKO's last releases; cheaply made, and with a soundtrack cribbed from Forbidden PlanetJourney
Undistinguished performances; great imagination mixed with so-so execution, and really for kidsMaster of the World
(Actually Robur the Conquorer
) Charming Projects Unlimited miniatures and a cute Les Baxter score, but AI cheapness and lots of stock footageMysterious Island
Pretty good Harryhausen film, but not in the caliber of Jason
or the first Sinbad film; great Herrmann scoreIn Search of the Castaways
Almost forgot about this one; more Disney goo. A cute Hayley Mills notwithstanding, absolutely dreadful. I recently bought the DVD to see if it had more redeeming factors than I remembered and it did not