Film review national treasure book of secrets
National Treasure: Book of Secrets movie review (2007 National Treasure: Book of Secrets movie review (2007 National Treasure: Book of Secrets - Rotten Tomatoes National Treasure: Book of Secrets - Rotten Tomatoes The person who attends "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" expecting logic and plausibility is on a fool's mission. This is a Mouth Agape Movie, during which your mouth hangs open in astonishment at one preposterous event after another. This movie's plot doesn't play tennis without a net, but also without a ball and a racket. Basically "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" doesn't feature anything big or exceptional, which we haven't seen in any other movies before. The first movie was basically more or less a simpler version of "The Da Vinci Code", while this movie tends to lean more toward the Indiana Jones movies, with a sniff of James Bond to it. Audience Reviews for National Treasure: Book of Secrets May 21, 2013 Maybe this movie is fun, but ridiculous plot and bad acting killed all possibilities of. National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets melakukan kesalahan seperti film pertamanya dengan plot yang cenderung nggak masuk akal dan penggunaan tempo yang terlalu cepat. Durasi selama 124 menit, seharusnya bisa dimaksimalkan untuk membuat plot yang lebih solid. Seperti film pertamanya, film ini cukup jadi hiburan untuk kamu yang tertarik sama sejarah.
National Treasure: Book of Secrets also suffers from the need to suspend all belief and common sense for the movie to work. It isn’t that big of a problem since all spy thrillers and other related movies require this too, but duping the F.B.I., the secret service and palace guards is one hell of a feat. National Treasure: Book of Secrets, the 2007 sequel to the surprise 2004 hit starring Nicolas Cage as a treasure hunter, is as nostalgic as films get. Although it was released only 13 years ago, it feels like it was made in another century, with a rose-coloured outlook on not only American history and culture, but the government that leads the nation. 8. AnthonyP. Dec 22, 2007. The movie was good the plot was a bit thin but was there, although the movie was based on the same pricnable as the first its nice to see that these kind of movies are bing made, its being made for the kids in us all, the puzzles are thought provoking and entertaining, it keeps you wanting. E ven more than Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, National Treasure: Book of Secrets is designed to emulate the effect of an amusement park ride, providing its customers a few cheap, fleeting thrills by jostling them about with disorienting, whiplash speed. National Treasure: Book of Secrets The area of the Library of Congress in which Benjamin Gates finds the Book of Secrets does not exist as an area of bookshelves. These bookshelves were constructed as a prop library in a previously empty balcony of the Library's Main Reading Room, and dismantled after the scenes were shot. NATIONAL TREASURE: BOOK OF SECRETS is a fun roller-coaster ride with some delightful surprises, but it doesn’t have quite the same freshness or excitement that the first NATIONAL TREASURE movie had. MTV Movie & TV AwardsNominations: 1 Golden Raspberry AwardsNominations: 2 Teen Choice AwardsNominations: 1