The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar II

The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar II

In 1361 the Danish King Valdemar's troops approached the city walls of Visby, Gotland. Meanwhile, a young woman named Sigrid was leaving tracks all over the place leading to the whereabouts of a great treasure.She was able to fulfill her mission before being captured and immured alive in a tower, as punishment for not revealing the whereabouts of the treasure. Currently Kathrine, 14, and his three friends have to follow the tracks of 700 years ago during the Medieval Week celebration in Visby to rescue his father, who has been kidnapped, and find the lost treasure. But the fearful and dangerous Black Brotherhood lies in wait.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:78 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Danish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boy,   sword,   sequel,  

In 1361 the Danish King Valdemar's troops approached the city walls of Visby, Gotland. Meanwhile, a young woman named Sigrid was leaving tracks all over the place leading to the whereabouts of a great treasure.She was able to fulfill her mission before being captured and immured alive in a tower, as punishment for not revealing the whereabouts of the treasure. Currently Kathrine, 14, and his three friends have to follow the tracks of 700 years ago during the Medieval Week celebration in Visby to rescue his father, who has been kidnapped, and find the lost treasure. But the fearful and dangerous Black Brotherhood lies in wait. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rebecca L (jp) wrote: Celebrities vs Paparazzi: no one is listening to the other, and the consumers are to be blamed.

Dan G (ag) wrote: Honestly? This movie was the most inspiring and emotional movie I have ever seen in my life. It hit me harder than any movie I have ever seen relating to life, love, happiness, faith and trust in others. Watch this. I PROMISE YOU it will not disappoint you.

Angela G (ru) wrote: Bit boring end was disappointing

Emma D (ru) wrote: This adaptation made me so angry. I was originally excited to hear Norwegian Wood had a film based on it so went in expecting so much. And what it offered was very little; it felt pathetic, a waste of a golden opportunity. The only thing it had going for it was the acting as each character acted out their character to perfection and they also used original dialogue from the book which I did like. Other than that, the film kind of bored me. They basically left out everything half-interesting out of the novel, including everyone's backstories so the audience never really learn why they act as they do. I understand they can't include everything which just leads me to ask - why even bother making a film adaptation in the first place? Read the book instead and leave this film be, I cannot preach enough!

Tarryn F (us) wrote: Rather bland actually!

Ali I (us) wrote: another one with nice music

Derrick M (mx) wrote: Follows the script of many other car chase, guns and explosion movies.

Zahran Z (ru) wrote: Hmmm...Very interesting

Tyler B (es) wrote: From the trailer I saw it looked decent, but oh man, so boring and crappy.

Steven G (es) wrote: the scene in this movie where he's talking about how she got medical insurance is just the movie's way of saying they're fucking now

Hay L (de) wrote: Not one of the greatest film but somehow prophetic due to recent events in Manila....

Eddie M (jp) wrote: Picked this movie up at random and was pleasantly surprised. Although this movie does go against it's title and I may forget about it in a few years, it kept me interested. The concept was a little far-fetched, but not completely out there. I would reccommend checking it out at least once.

Matthew J (it) wrote: A gritty representation of a confused young men who exist on the periphery of French society. Very well done overall and a great performance from Vincent Cassel.

Emile H (nl) wrote: A reason this original horror comedy is often imitated, but never duplicated is the balance between the amount of both wack-o and realism. Sure, Bill Murray is sarcastic, Aykroyd is peppy, Harold Ramis is nerdy and unwavering, and Ernie Hudson is sensible. But it's the fact that they all seem to work well off each other that works. With these fantastical special effects, you need that chemistry of characters to prevent spectral domination. And not to mention the main villains, who are the real deal, and I mean it. The minor apparitions take a back seat with its subtle mayhem while the big buildup is worth the strange premise and the resulting destruction. No other date with a ghost is worth this satire of spooks!

Paul M (mx) wrote: Great movie, one that is very much of it's time but still manages to entertain young and old.

Mad M (de) wrote: Storyline had potential, but... Terrible casting, gaping holes in the plot line, poor execution, and most important false advertising (the first 5 minutes had tons of boobs, but none after that).

Alex M (fr) wrote: I remember seeing this musical being performed on the Tony Awards several years ago, and since the original movie version of Shrek was one of the most iconic movies of my childhood, I decided to see the musical version of this show for myself, courtesy of Netflix. Overall, I mostly felt "meh" from watching this. I didn't expect it to be a perfect adaptation of the movie, and some of the new original scenes do work very well, but I couldn't shake off the feeling that Shrek overall works much better as a movie than a stage musical. Granted, most of the cast does do a good job. Brian D'Arcy James, Daniel Breaker, Sutton Foster, and Christopher Sieber do the best they can as Shrek, Donkey, Princess Fiona and Lord Farquaad (Foster is easily the best of the four; and her performance makes it so obvious why she's one of the most beloved Broadway actresses of today), but they definitely don't live up to the work originally set forth by Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and John Lithgow. To be fair, it'd be hard for anyone to top the movie's voice cast. The sets and costumes do look nice, and I give Brian D'Arcy James props for having to do his performance night after night in all that makeup as well as Christopher Sieber for having to perform mainly on his knees to emphasize Lord Farquaad's short height. However, the music isn't all that memorable, save for maybe 2 songs, and any of the scenes not featuring the main characters left me incredibly bored. Overall, this is a musical that's proof that just because something makes a great movie doesn't automatically mean it will make a great stage musical. But I give the cast and crew an A for effort in trying. 5/10

meja m (es) wrote: This movie gave me night terrors when I waz 5...