• phazleeanna

    ★★★ Added by phazleeanna

    "Do you know what the taxes are on 5 million dollars? 6 million dollars."


  • phrosen

    ★★★ Watched by phrosen 18 Jan, 2016

    There's a bit much going on, but Nicolas Cage has a couple good scenes he can go nuts in. Also Ed Harris is in it and he's a way more interesting antagonist than Sean Bean ever was in the first movie. Also Helen Mirren is in it.

    This is actually a way better movie than I remember from when I first saw it some 7-8 years ago.


  • findlay

    ★★★★½ Watched by findlay 17 Jan, 2016 2

    an improvement on the original in every way. Jist a big fun daft Sunday afternoon ROMP


  • João Pereira

    ★★★ Rewatched by João Pereira 17 Jan, 2016

    "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" is the clearly inferior sequel to the 2004 film "National Treasure". The original film from 2004 was a fun, exciting adventure film. It had an original and interesting premise, and it was an overall entertaining time. "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" is, however, a big disappointment.

    A film that tries too hard to encapsulate elements of the original, without success. It has an interesting story, that is, unfortunately, too convoluted for its own good. A…


  • Daniel Charchuk

    ★★½ Watched by Daniel Charchuk 13 May, 2008

    There's nothing deep or meaningful about it, and it somehow manages to make Dan Brown novels seem layered and profound, but it's entertaining nonetheless. It basically skims off the top of American history, and there's only a whisper of a story present, but it's fun. It never takes itself seriously, and, though there's little sense or subtlety to be found, it works well as pure popcorn. Don't get me wrong, I don't think it's memorable or even "good", per se, but there's certainly worse films to be caught watching. Almost instantly forgettable, though.


  • JonTheMantis

    ★★½ Rewatched by JonTheMantis 02 Jan, 2016

    The sequel hurt. It was way more complicated than it needed to be, and because of that most of the swashbuckling adventure and mystery from the first movie are absent. Sure, it has its moments (like discovering secret tunnels with the President, or causing a fracas in Buckingham Palace), but it just wasn't as exciting as the first. And that's pretty disappointing to me.


  • andcam

    ★★★½ Rewatched by andcam 31 Dec, 2015

    Followed up last night's viewing of the first film with the sequel. Loses half a star for ridiculously ridiculous plot and gratuitous Euro visit, but gains it back for replacing Sean Bean with Ed Harris and bring in Dame Helen.


  • Peter Cox

    ★★ Watched by Peter Cox 28 Dec, 2015

    Blah blah blah blah clues maps puzzles history...


    ...blah blah more clues oval office blah blah...


  • Hans Maulwurf

    ★★★ Rewatched by Hans Maulwurf 24 Dec, 2015

    Dieser Film ist vor allem eines: absolut unrealistisch gegen Ende hin sogar ziemlich albern, aber das gute ist er nimmt sich selbst auch nicht wirklich ernst; und wer darüber hinweg sehen kann findet einen gelungenen Mix aus Witz, Spannung und Action. Nicht so gut wie sein Vorgänger, trotzdem sehr Unterhaltsam.


  • bastien03r5

    ★★★½ Added by bastien03r5

    La suite fonctionne toujours. A nouveau, il y a de l'action, il y a des énigmes, il y a des trésors. On court avec Nicolas Cage et on ne s'arrête pas du film. Même si ça ressemble beaucoup à Indiana Jones ...


  • Jason Bally

    Added by Jason Bally

    I remember thinking the first one was kinda dumb fun, but this isn't even close to that level. Honestly, I can't remember one detail except that I was bored silly.


  • Kelly McRae

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Kelly McRae 03 Dec, 2015

    Remember: Riley Poole is the National Treasure.