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National Treasure: Book Of Secrets

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Considered as a successful film, it tells about the period between the 19th century. Abraham Lincoln's assassination caused a huge commotion. 18 secret pages in the diary of John Wiles Booth, the assassin disappeared. This was a mysterious treasure of the country that...
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June 09, 2008

It's like doing a puzzle a second time. It's familiar, it's redundant and it's rarely exciting.
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Fayetteville Free Weekly
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February 02, 2009

National Treasure: the Book of Secrets is an absurd adventure, but its absurdity is wacky and warmhearted. You have to suspend your disbelief, but so what? National Treasure: the Book of Secrets delivers on what it sets out to be: lively and
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USA Today

December 21, 2007

This sequel is what you would expect: If you liked the original, you'll probably enjoy this retread. But be warned: It bogs down in a drawn-out scene near the end.
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WJFK-FM (CBS Radio)
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June 01, 2008

If you can set aside the movie's countless flaws and just go to watch a stupid mindless movie, then you are good to go with this film.
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Toronto Star
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December 21, 2007

As much as you want to applaud the movie's winking commitment to its own Looney Tunes logic, it's frustrating when lazy and illogical plot devices are used like cattle prods.
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ComingSoon.net
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April 20, 2011

National Treasure: Book of Secrets is a pretty typical blockbuster sequel, focused intently on appeasing what it thinks the audience wants, and missing out on what it takes to make a truly good movie.
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Ebert & Roeper

December 26, 2007

This just might be the silliest movie ever to feature three Academy Award winners.
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Screen International

July 23, 2008

The derivative National Treasure: Book of Secrets is a smooth, lightweight action film for undemanding audiences.
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Seattle Times
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December 21, 2007

The movie's convoluted hide-and-seek plot also demands a White House break-in that makes about as much sense as subprime mortgage rates.
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Reel Film Reviews
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June 18, 2008

A slight improvement over its agreeable forebearer...
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Chicago Reader
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December 26, 2007

Leave it to coproducer Jerry Bruckheimer to revive the Indiana Jones cycle without the period setting, the camp elements, or Spielberg's efficiency; director Jon Turteltaub just plods along.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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December 21, 2007

This American history-themed action thriller doesn't get many points for realism, but it makes up ground in so many other areas that you probably won't care.
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