National treasure the book of secrets subtitles

Benjamin Gates must follow a clue left in John Wilkes Booth's diary to prove his ancestor's innocence in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Compared to the first film, the plot is weak (certainly not as tightly drawn as the former) but the energy is the same and the humor is the same, and overall it's still as watchable as the first. On (1), I really don't mean to nitpick on historical minutiae---hell, I'd be happy to suspend disbelief for two hours on stuff such as Lincoln's assassination, Mayan treasures, Mount Rushmore geography, and all that other nonsense.
None of the story really makes the slightest bit of sense, including the motivation of the hero (to clear the name of his great-great-grandfather---that's why he risks his life, the life of friends and loved ones, not to speak of his own good name by kidnapping a president!). This was a classic case of sequel trying to live off the fervor of the original but had gone bad in horrible ways. So if you want to view this pathetic excuse for a movie stop reading now, go see it, then finish this slash and burn review. The story started out plausible and there may even be a tiniest shred of actual history to support the artistic privileges the story writers embarked on.
Seems the story writers (perhaps in response to the critics) wanted to liven up the snooze screen play so they injected a ridiculous car chase. When I go to see a movie, I just wan to be entertained, and National Treasure BoS delivers there.
All images and subtitles are copyrighted to their respectful owners unless stated otherwise. Page 47 is one of the many pages in the Book of Secrets, which contains all the secrets of the history to the United States. The President of the United States asks Ben to read Page 47 in the Book of Secrets after the kidnap in Mount Vernon and when he's freed. Ben can be seen in the Library of Congress taking a photo with his cellphone on page 47 in the Book of Secrets, just before Peter Sadusky and his police force arrives, and his team discovers the second wood carvingĀ in the pages. After Ben and his family and friends managed to escape from the city of Cibola, they were greeted by the president in a military headquarter(?). Helen Mirren and Ed Harris were also very good, and somewhat surprising, additions to the cast. I found myself actually more entertained looking around the theater to see if other people were doing the same.

His performance mechanics were fine but the story writers simply didn't know what to do with him. Let's count the offenses: Speeding, reckless driving, theft, trespassing, destruction of property, conspiracy to kidnap, and kidnapping.
1) I doubt "duplicated" cell phones really allow you to receive a call in two locations at once.
Not the best movie I have ever seen, but it was an entertaining escape from reality for two hours and that it was I pay my money for.
There the president asked him if he did the favor and took a look at the page, and Ben replied "It's life-altering, sir".
I came out of the theater content, and yet by the next hour I'd forgotten much of what had taken place. But the point of a treasure hunt movie is the ability to follow the main character in his struggle, perhaps struggle with him, see him figure things out and perhaps guess with him. Lincolns assassination and a letter from the French to the Confederate Union, 3 statues of Liberty, 2 identical desks (Oval office and in the Queens of England's Office), and Mount Rushmore _IS_ located in South Dakota and not in South America. The gullible people out there probably think there is a lake on the top (or within walking distance of the top) of Mount Rushmore.
Seemed as if the original plot had him doing more but huge chunks of character development were left on the cutting room floor.. 2) The story title "Book of Secrets" relates to a book that had a total of 30 seconds relevance (I am being generous here) to the whole story. Story writers never made clear why chasing after this lost city of gold would prove that Gate's great great grandfather was not a Confederate collaborator. His character was both funny and endearing and the synergy between him and Mirren was palpable. Not much of details as you would expect out of a great movie, not much of substance in the movie itself however the acting and the pace of the movie is so beautiful you wont think of the flaws in the intricate plans they carry out in the movie.
For this to work, the universe of the movie doesn't have to be consistent with the world we live in, but it has to be consistent with itself. Even WORSE people may actually believe that an ancient Mayan culture lived in South Dakota, built caverns, and then transported and lined them with tons of gold.

She just magically appeared in the right place (she was in the States earlier) and the right time without any coordination to help Benjamen sneak into the Queens office. He has done so many movies, it seems like he has gotten to the point where he is just punching the clock.
The subtle comedy is really nice and they have kept the first movie in consideration and have not brought many new characters.
But the universe of this movie is like a great big fairy tale, with the central character pulling white rabbits out of his sleeve whenever he needs them. If you had a consistent record of failure like hers in any regular job, you'd find yourself with a lot of spare time very soon. He doesn't stand out on film, but he isn't horrible either and that is what we get from him here - a very pedestrian workmanlike performance. It is not a movie that you would think a lot about after you come out of the hall, however you will not think anything else either while the movie is going on.
But even the real actors here just make you cringe---Greenwood, Harris, Mirren, Voight, they all deliver horrible performances that seem to betray their lack of passion and their paycheck mentality. I would like to think he has another touchstone performance in him like the one he gave in "Leaving Las Vegas", but if he can still keep getting several million per movie just being average, why put in the effort.
Things go pretty smoothly for the most part---into the Queen's office, out of it again, oops, we are being chased, heck, let's take a photo, oh no camera, ah, there is a traffic camera, yep and by the way, can you just hack into the computer and download the pic, and on to the next event (same thing with the oval office, then kidnapping the president).
While the hero thus McGyvers his way through an increasingly preposterous story, the whole thing just starts to feel stale, and you get the feeling that it might have been better if he had not stolen the Constitution in part 1, so the writers would not have to top this.
Keitel comes away without much harm---his part is so tiny, there just isn't a lot of opportunity to screw things up too badly. The villain is lame and for the most part useless, not to speak of somewhat incoherent ("I am not going last, so I might as well go first"---say what?).

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