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From producer Jerry Bruckheimer (PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN TRILOGY) and director Jon Turteltaub (Phenomenon) comes the ultimate quest for NATIONAL TREASURE. Academy Award(R) winner Nicolas Cage (Best Actor, LEAVING LAS VEGAS, 1995) stars in this thrilling adventure that's more exciting than ever on Disney Blu-ray Disc. Obsessed since childhood with finding the legendary Knights Templar treasure, Benjamin Franklin Gates (Cage) tries to decipher ancient riddles that will lead him to it. Now, in a race against time, Gates discovers he must steal the Declaration of Independence to prevent this landmark document -- and a key clue to the mysterious treasure -- from falling into the hands of a ruthless enemy (Sean Bean, THE LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy)! Hang on tight and plunge headlong into heart-pounding chases and explosive special effects presented in the jaw-dropping clarity of high definition with spectacularly enhanced audio quality. Get closer to the edge of your seat and experience this high-stakes crime caper as never before with Disney Blu-ray -- Magic in High Definition.
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but WHAT a ride!
I bought this, and the sequel for one of my mind-
less Saturday night double features.
The acting/ actors/ S-F/X / action and adverture,
were TOP NOTCH... but, it IS a Disney Movie, so
you probably EXPECTED that, eh? I did! And I was
It's hard to overstate how silly a movie National Treasure is. The absurdities and inaccuracies are so numerous that a viewer must decide to ignore them completely and just go along for the ride or just stop watching the whole mess to avoid rampant frustration. There is a crazy level of energy and the ride is fun in its own kooky way. Most of the performances, especially Bean and Cage, are good and there's plenty of humor mixed in with the action. I wouldn't strongly recommend the film to anyone, but those looking for a mindless romp could do worse.