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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.
Nicolas Cage, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel, Ed Harris, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Bruce Greenwood, Michael Maize, Timothy Murphy, Armando Riesco, Albert Hall, Helen Mirren, Ty Burrell, Alicia Coppola, Joel Gretsch, Christian Camargo, Brent Briscoe, Billy Unger, Michael Manuel, Brad Rowe, Zachary Gordon, Peter Woodward, Oliver Muirhead, Larry Cedar, Troy Winbush, Billy Devlin, William Johnson, Richard Cutting, Alicia Willis, Rachel Wood, Lisa Sheldon, Natalie Dreyfuss, Michael Forrest, David Goodman, Susan Lynskey, Patrizia DiZebba, Grant Thompson, Frank Herzog, Mary Aviano, Jon Abel, Eric Carlson, Randy Travis, Mary Firestone, Robert Koch, Emerson Brooks, Tim Talman, Steve Hibbert, Jonathan Emmett, Emily Joyce, Glenn Beck, Judy Renihan, Susan Beresford, Demetri Goritsas, Charity Reindorp, C.C. Smiff, David Ury, Milsey Miles, Ben Homewood, Mike McCafferty, Russ Widdall, Hans Struhar, Poetri , John Travis
© 2007 Disney Enterprises, Inc. & Jerry Bruckheimer, Inc.
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Critics Consensus: A talented cast goes to waste in the improbable National Treasure: Book of Secrets, which is eerily similar to the first film.
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Action-packed treasure hunt sequel has peril, violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets is a 2007 sequel in which Nicolas Cage plays a treasure hunter in search of the City of Gold. The action in this fast-paced adventure sequel is loud and sometimes tense (car chases, near falls from high ledges in a dark cave, etc.), but for the most part it's pretty tame. The most troubling scene comes early, when, in a flashback to 1865, a child sees his father shot and killed; the sequence also includes a reenactment of Abraham Lincoln's assassination (not bloody, but obvious). In the present day, there's some shooting, car crashes, hand-to-hand fighting, and threats made with guns. Expect some cleavage shots, plus innocuous flirting and kissing. There are also moments where the lead characters are in England and adopt cringe-worthy fake English accents while saying every stereotypical British expression they can think of.
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- Genre:Action, Family
- Release Date:December 21, 2007
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
If purchased in:4K
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