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National Treasure




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber



While watching National Treasure, I thought, "Boy, the movie reviewers are going to shred this picture to pieces for this farfetched plot."

If you don't nitpick this story apart, you'll have the time of your life.

The acting was good, with a very outstanding cast. It held my attention from start to finish, for a heck of a good time, and that's what its all about.

I left the theater feeling my money was well spent.

The white gloves are off!

Not good enough to be bad, and not bad enough to be good, this Indiana Jones wannabee is a perfect scissors sideways movie.

Its goofy premise may seem promising, but it's enough to make even the strongest archivist cringe in horror.

Slightly entertaining, but not necessarily worth a second viewing.

A national treasure? I think not!

The movie National Treasure had me confused right from the start with a short introduction spent in Colonial times.

The film then was off to what seemed like an endless race between the stars to find the treasure.

There was a lot of persistent commentary to explain the running around, but after more than two hours of pointless movement, I thought that was enough.

I found the picture to be dumb and silly. Its storyline isn't logically connected and makes little sense.

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