National Treasure (DVD, 2005, Widescreen)
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- deeznutsalez77Nov 3, 2015Verified purchase - NEWby
very good movie I put on for the tourist I take to d.c.
- cdm160Feb 17, 2007by
A TREASURE BEYOND ALL IMAGINING
This is truly an outstanding movie. Once you start it you won't want to stop it. This movie incorporates many historical riddles and is filled with a lot of action. Benjamin Gates (Nicolas Cage) is looking for a treasure using a clue passed down his family from generation to generation. He solves the first clue which leads him to steel the most important document in American history: the Declaration of Independence. Want to make the plot even more suspensful. one of his former buddies, has gone against him and he too wants to steel the Declaration and find the treausure. Who will steel the Declaration? What will happen to it? And is there even a treasure at all? This movie is one of the most suspenseful movies ever and I highly recommend it.
- healthmindedNov 22, 2005by
WE ALL LOVE TREASURE
This is a great movie for all ages. Nicolos Cage's family for generations have been chasing a treasure. From the clue handed down by a dying man, his femily generation after generation go in search of the answer to the clue. Non are successfull till Cage. This movie has lots of twists and turns and you never know were he will end up next. And the treasure is truely breathtaking.<br><br>It has the perfect mix of action, comedy, romance, MYSTERY and history to have pulled off such a fantastic and magical movie ideal. To top it off it hasn't been done before (that I know of).<br><br>A great addition to any movie collection!<br><br>PLEASE CLICK IF YOU FOUND THIS REVIEW HELPFULL, THANKS!
- mintex03Aug 23, 2012by
National Treasure (DVD, 2005)
A wild ride, if you can believe the plot, or that anything so reckless could ever be accomplished. A treasure hunt in 21st Century Washington D.C. to find a vast treasure hidden by Freemasons during the Revolutionary War. Ben Gates (Nicolas Cage) is a descendent of an early American patriot who was privy to information as to the location of the treasure. From locating a two hundred year old shipwreck in the North Pole, to stealing the U.S. Constitution, with a female cryptographer reluctantly tagging along for the ride, this fabricated history lesson with Cage playing James Bond or Sherlock Holmes, follows clues that nobody else was smart enough to do. His assumptions always correct, every move the right move. . . Give me a break!<br><br>This movie could be a lot more enjoyable if it was, even in the slightest way, geared even a little bit towards people who possess a positive I.Q. Instead, it focuses at what appears to be a 16 year-old crowd who not only has no knowledge of American history, but need the constant adrenaline rush of non-stop action. This movie is not totally without merit, it is just overplayed.Read full review
- k8tekatSep 26, 2005by
National Treasure (2005, DVD)
This movie is excellent. Finally something with suspense and realistic adventure. This is like a modern day indian jones movie. Nicholas Cage is excellent. From the movie title, I thought it was going to be a corny movie but it turned out to be really great. Nicholas cage is living his grandfathers dream of finding this treasure. He risks his life, his freedom to find this treasure. the clues are suspensful. You'll be suprised where he ends up!!! I can't give it away. but if you enjoyed reading the divinci code- you'll love this movie. worth keeping. I would recommend buying it.