• Elias Elias

    ★★★ Watched by Elias Elias 18 May, 2014

    As I said in my review of the first National Treasure, I was in a hospital receiving intravenous antibiotics and these movies were right in front of me, so I was forced to watch them.

    I must say I quiet enjoy them, I know the plot is kind of silly, partly because they tried to make action with books and secrets, so it's kind of entertaining, nothing spectacular but entertaining. I felt also these movies to be made for a more younger generation, for kids.

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  • ZapperLife

    Rewatched by ZapperLife 18 May, 2014

    Another off-switched day, and had just as well stay to the franchise.

    Rewatch-probability: 4/5
    (A lot weaker than the first, but still not too many modern adventure movies to choose from for guilty pleasures)

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  • elias1026

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by elias1026 16 May, 2014

    MOVIE A DAY FOR A YEAR - DAY 49

    I don't understand how this movie, and the first one in the series, can be so fucking awesome every fucking time.

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  • shannev

    ★★★★ Added by shannev

    Easy to watch, and watch time and time again! Nicely done Nicolas

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  • matt lynch

    ★★ Rewatched by matt lynch 04 May, 2014

    the kind of movie where a character tells his friends -- a group of eccentrics who previously decoded an intricate system of historical clues to find a legendary long-buried treasure (and are in the process of doing so for a second time) -- about the existence of a book containing powerful secrets handed down from one American President to another, and they all go "You're crazy, that's absurd." seems to be in a much bigger hurry as it lurches even…

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  • Alastair Hendry

    ★★★★ Watched by Alastair Hendry 06 Jul, 2008

    A fun, fast paced adventure that is a nice sequel to the original. The story is wild and totally silly but this just adds to the fun atmosphere of the film (6.7.08)

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  • Nathan Adams

    ★★ Rewatched by Nathan Adams 24 Apr, 2014

    After acting in a string of abysmal failures, Nicolas Cage bounces back a bit with the second 'National Treasure' movie, 'Book of Secrets.' You see, instead of being really bad, it's just really mediocre. The same formula from the surprisingly palatable first film returns here, except feeling a little bit less fresh and providing a ton less stakes. If I remember correctly, Cage and company were getting shot at in the first film, and here they're just kind of looking…

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  • Tommy Wiseau

    ★★★ Added by Tommy Wiseau

    OK

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  • Carlos Deleon

    ★★ Watched by Carlos Deleon 15 Jan, 2008

    National Treasure is the kind of movie you want to see when you are sick and want to waste a day doing nothing. That was today. I'm a geek so i like learning that two desks were made from the remains of the HMS Resolute, a british ship salvaged from the Arctic by the US in 1876. The US returned the ship to great britain, which gifted one of the desks to the US as a thank you. One desk…

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  • Dutchmarvel

    ★★★ Watched by Dutchmarvel 19 Apr, 2010

    6.5/10

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  • Julia McNeill

    ★★★★ Added by Julia McNeill

    AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO GENUINELY LOVES NATIONAL TREASURE MOVIES?

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  • Simon Smith

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Simon Smith 15 Mar, 2014

    A bit redundant as it's too similar to the first one for its own good but it's good family adventuring that doesn't seem to operate in the real world. Of course the President is going to want to abandon his dinner to go treasure hunting with someone he didn't even invite to his party. Aside from that Helen Mirren is bloody annoying and a pointless addition - I'd have been happier with the original trio. Shame really, as I'd have…

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