Many may argue that Nicolas Cage, an entertainer, is an irreplaceable asset. His appearance in National Treasure, another classic adventure movie, only adds to the appeal. Cage played the role of Ben Gates in the 2004 blockbuster movie. He is a history specialist on a hunt for Templar Treasures and tries to save the Declaration of Independence from a group of troublemakers. Although it wasn’t a huge hit, it was a fun experience film with some history thrown in. You don’t have to be an American history expert to follow the story, so there are no worries.
These are the movies to watch if you can answer the “Are you Smarter Than Fifth Grader?” questions. Indeed, plural. Two movies were made by the first, National Treasure: Book of Secrets in 2007 and a new film yet untitled. It’s a great film! He stated, “I almost went on — it may be considered a vessel mission.
I started following folklore and was finding properties that matched that. It was almost like National Treasure.” He said, “One thing would lead to another.” It is similar to how you build a library. After you read the book, you will find a reference to another book. You then purchase the book and join the references. It was about where was the chalice, as far as I am concerned. It was there? It was there?
If you haven’t seen Angels and Demons or the Da Vinci Code, we recommend that you do so. This is the third part of Robert Langdon’s (played in Tom Hanks) efforts to settle antiquated secrets and be pursued by those who want them. If you are a National Treasure enthusiast, you have probably seen the first and second films. Langdon attempts to recollect his memories after waking in an Italian hospital. He also tries to stop a scalawag releasing an infection throughout Europe.
Simpletons Gold (2008)
This film is a perfect blend of romance comedy and real life. Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson, and Tess are a married couple. Finn and Tess have issues because Finn has spent all of their effort, time and money hunting for the Queen’s Dowry. He discovers a clue to the fortune’s location and decides to take Tess and her supervisor along. Dramatization ensues, but there is a happy closure.
This film is almost dependent on Michael Crighton’s book. It’s an exceptional wilderness experience film about Karen Ross (Lauren Linney), who drives a group of researchers to find a child lost in the district hunting precious stones. This film, which was also dependent on the Michael Crighton book, fell short of Jurassic Park. However, Roger Ebert stated in 1995 that “just an extremely specific type of filmgoer will probably identify with this movie: one raised on Saturday mornings, with an exceptional of the bizarre and an appreciation of film banalities.” Touche.
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)
The 2001 film starring Angelina Jolie inspired a completely new interest in Tomb Raider books and computer games. Lara Croft is seen searching for Pandora’s Box. She also voyages from one side to another, doing scuba diving, hiking, and taking out a lot of people who are hindering her.
The Mummy (1999).
Brendan Frasier stars as Rick O’Connell in this remake of the 1932 movie about a traveler who visits the City of the Dead along with a woman (played here by Rachel Weisz). There, they accidentally awaken Imhotep – a reviled Egyptian devout priest cleric who lived during 1290 B.C.E. The best part about this film is the fact that you can meet up with other characters — The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor as well as the prequel, The Scorpion King.
Night at the Museum (2006)
This one is not only for children, as it’s a hilarious experience for all ages. Ben Stiller stars as Larry Daley, an evening safety officer at Museum of National History. He discovers that an old revile causes the things at the museum to wake up at night regardless. In the sequels Night At The Museum, Battle for the Smithsonian (Secret of the Tomb), the revile continues to follow him.
Romancing The Stone (1984).
This remarkable experience stars Kathleen Turner, Michael Douglas and Danny DeVito. It also won a Golden Globe in 1985 for Best Motion Picture. Joan is the subject of this film. She pretends to be her seized sister in Colombia, but she needs an old guide to help her get there. It’s a genuine experience, much like Jack and Michael Douglas.