Modern treasure hunters, led by archaeologist Ben Gates, search for a chest of riches rumored to have been stashed away by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin during the Revolutionary War. The chest's whereabouts may lie in secret clues embedded in the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, and Gates is in a race to find the gold before his enemies do.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Mystery, Thriller
- Stars:Nicolas Cage, Sean Bean, Diane Kruger, Jon Voight, Justin Bartha,
- Director:Jon Turteltaub,
- Writer:Jim Kouf (screenplay), Cormac Wibberley (screenplay), Marianne Wibberley (screenplay), Jim Kouf (story), Oren Aviv (story), Charles Segars (story)
Historian and code-breaker Ben Gates has been searching his whole life for a rumored treasure dating back to the creation of the United States, the greatest treasure the world has ever known. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
National Treasure torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: This movie is just so crazy! but not in a so bad it's good way, but in a "wow this is good and crazy!" way!
(us) wrote: This movie is soo good watch it<3 '?
(kr) wrote: What's good for an insomniac isn't necessarily good.
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(us) wrote: Pretty cliched love story - two random people have a fake marriage so he can get a greencard & she can get a greenhouse (!), they hate each other while trying to fake it for their interviews, but then realise that they DO love each other - shocking! In saying that, it's not all bad, but does look very dated now.
(jp) wrote: Not good but not great either
(ca) wrote: Grandious Anti-Western made in Hollywood The Whites are Evil like in the DEFA Indian Westerns and Elvis is hillarious as Man between Two Fires Cinematography is excellent
(ca) wrote: I finally saw this movie after hearing about its pre-Code wickedness, and have to say it was disappointing. Mostly an excuse to parade around "The Most Beautiful Girls in the World" onstage wearing skimpy outfits, during boring and very mediocre songs, it also tells the tale of murders occurring backstage while the "show goes on". There is an unethical producer, an unethical homicide detective, some intrigue about the male lead and his relationship to the wardrobe mistress, a scheming singer, Gail Patrick in a small role as a "private dick, eh?", and Kitty Carlisle, yes, that Kitty Carlisle, in a singing role that is the most wholesome in the movie. There is also a welcome appearance by the Duke Ellington Orchestra that is sadly marred by a fairly offensive act, that was sure to add shock value, I suppose. A short number touting the benefits of "Sweet Marijuana" is probably what gained this movie notoriety, though it is lame and almost funny, with nude ladies popping up out of cactus flowers from behind the singer (pot grows on cacti? Do some research! Ha ha). I think the song is a rip-off of an old blues song about opium or heroin, anyway; every musical number is just for shock value and not for quality. The murder mystery portion of the movie is vaguely interesting, but this film is mostly an excuse to shock and show scantily-clad women. Not really worth the time.
(gb) wrote: A movie with real meaning, stunning colour and wonderful melodrama, one of my favourite Sirk's films.
(mx) wrote: Damn this film has some of the most uncomfortable and gruesome torture scenes I've seen. Definitely not for the weak of heart!
(kr) wrote: The books were so good, but the movie sucked the life out of the book and the entire fantasy genre.