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Learn more about National Treasure 2-Book of Secrets (Single Disc Widescreen):

Format: DVD
Sku: 207379259
UPC: 786936735390
UPC 14: 00786936735390
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Walt Disney Pictures Presents...
Join Nicolas Cage on a heart-pounding adventure that will have you on the edge of your seat in a race to find the Lost City of Gold. Grounded in history, imbued with myth and mystery, Disney's National Treasure: Book of Secrets takes you on a globe-trotting quest full of adrenaline-pumping twists and turns - all leading to the final clue in a mysterious and highly guarded book containing centuries of secrets. But there's only one way to find it - Ben Gates must kidnap the President. Packed with fast-paced action and crackling humor, National Treasure: Book of Secrets is a movie your entire family will want to rediscover again and again.

"Cage is back in crackling good form in National Treasure: Book of Secrets.  Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post
"This ain't "The Da Vinci Code," folks, and the reason you can tell is that it's actually quite entertaining.  Luke Y. Thompson, LA Weekly
"A welcome throwback to family-friendly PG moviemaking.  Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle

Editor's Note
Treasure hunter Ben Gates (Nicolas Cage) embarks on a new adventure in director Jon Turtletaub's sequel to NATIONAL TREASURE. Ben and his father, Patrick (Jon Voight), take great pride in their ancestors and their family's devotion to the United States. When Mitch Wilkinson (Ed Harris) produces a page from the diary of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth allegedly linking Ben's great-great grandfather to the plot, Ben and Patrick set out on a path to clear their family's name. Ben also believes that the diary page contains hints to the whereabouts of a treasure map leading to an ancient city made of gold, and soon the hunt is on. Tech expert Riley Poole (Justin Bartha) and Ben's now ex-girlfriend Abigail Chase (Diane Kruger) join the Gates in their quest, which takes them from Washington, DC, to Paris, London and the Black Hills of South Dakota.

It's true that the storyline and the actions of Gates and his team--which include breaking into the Queen's study at Buckingham Palace, sneaking into the Oval Office, and kidnapping the President of the United States--are completely unbelievable. But with a storyline built on true, interesting trivia and great locations, this film is an amusing, family-friendly romp. Cage has some great moments as Gates-- loyal, patriotic, fair to a fault, and very funny as he goads on Buckingham Palace security. Harris plays Wilkinson with just the right air of mystery and menace: is he after fortune, or does he just want to leave his own mark in history? Helen Mirren fits the bill as Ben's mother and Patrick's estranged ex-wife, Emily, a scholar and historian in her own right.


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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/28/2011
Video Play Time Running Time: 124 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2007
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 5439303
Video UPC UPC: 00786936735390
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: French, Spanish
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Bruce Greenwood
Video Cast Info Diane Kruger
Video Cast Info Ed Harris
Video Cast Info Harvey Keitel
Video Cast Info Helen Mirren
Video Cast Info Jon Voight
Video Cast Info Justin Bartha
Video Cast Info Nicolas Cage
Video Cast Info Amir M. Mokri - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Barry H. Waldman - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Cormac Wibberley - Screenplay
Video Cast Info David Rennie - Editor
Video Cast Info Dominic Watkins - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Jerry Bruckheimer - Producer
Video Cast Info Jim Kouf, et. al. - Based On Characters Created By
Video Cast Info John Schwartzman - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Jon Turteltaub - Director
Video Cast Info Julian Ashby - Art Director
Video Cast Info Marianne Wibberley - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Ted Elliott, et. al. - Based On Story By
Video Cast Info Trevor Rabin - Original Music By
Video Cast Info William Goldenberg - Editor

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"Director Jon Turteltaub has fun with Indian glyphs, giant stone pulleys, and an Indy Jones-worthy City of Gold..." 01/11/2008 p.60 5 of 10
It used to be, audiences didn't care if an action movie was brainless, as long as it delivered the goods. Provide ample stuntwork, some mind-blowing special effects, and a linear narrative pitting good (or gallant) vs. evil (or Eastern European) and you have a semi-guarantee of success. But nowadays, thanks to the intellectualized approach taken by Bond and Bourne, audiences demand a little heft with their heroics. Sadly, there's not much cinematic substance to the growing National Treasure franchise. This Book of Secrets sequel to the surprise hit should be subtitled Thrillers for Dummies. It's nothing more than a series of A.D.D.-driven vignettes held together by the flimsiest of plots, helmed by the dude who made 3 Ninjas. 'Nuff said...The results play like the outline for a dour Discovery Channel special, the kind that grinds along smugly excusing its lack of spark as part of the "joy of learning." Unfortunately, the only thing gleaned from this two-hour trek into extended exposition is that Part Three is right around the corner. Maybe this year's red carpet recipients can book their passage before the series' ship sails again. It's assured they'll be the only ones benefiting. - Bill Gibron

Chicago Sun-Times 6 of 10
"National Treasure: Book of Secrets" has without a doubt the most absurd and fevered plot since, oh, say, "National Treasure" (2004). What do I mean by fevered? What would you say if I told you that Mt. Rushmore was carved only in order to erase landmarks pointing to a fabled City of Gold built inside the mountain?...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. It spins in its own blowback. And, no, I don't know what that means, but this is the kind of movie that makes you think of writing it...I gotta say, the movie has terrific if completely unbelievable special effects. The actors had fun, I guess. You might, too, if you like goofiness like this. Look at the cast: Cage and Voight and Helen Mirren and Ed Harris and Diane Kruger and Harvey Keitel and Justin Bartha and Bruce Greenwood. You could start with a cast like that and make one of the greatest movies of all time, which is not what happened here. - Roger Ebert

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