New National Treasure 2 Trailer

Published 7 years ago by , Updated March 15th, 2013 at 12:11 pm,

national treasure 2 logo New National Treasure 2 TrailerHere’s a new trailer for National Treasure: Book of Secrets (aka National Treasure 2). I think this trailer is better than the previous one… it gives quite a bit more information about the movie, but not so much as to ruin it.

This movie (much like the first one) looks to be just a fun adventure movie that you can take the whole family to. It’s in the genre that I tend to cut some slack to because it’s obviously kind of “light and fluffy” and while delivering some action and thrills it obviously doesn’t take itself too seriously. Just seriously enough to keep you in the movie, but knowing the whole time that it’s winking at the audience.

Anyway, check out the trailer and let us know what you think:

There seems to be some anticipation for this one, no doubt due to the fact that the first one wasn’t bad and that parents crave a non-animated, non-single-dad-raising-his-daughter-comedy that they can take their kids to.

For higher res versions of this footage go to Yahoo! Movies.

National Treasure: Book of Secrets opens on December 21st.

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  1. From what I have heard they filmed “National Treasure2 and 3″ at the same time.
    Can’t wait to see the new product placement,! Oh and cool dynamic storyline that rivals “Indiana Jones”.

  2. It’s been a while since I saw the first one. Was there a lot of product placement in it? Really blatant placement of products drives me nuts. Once wrote an article on that.


  3. Yup.

    I have to hand it to Jerry Bruckheimer, really.

    It seems to me, that as of late, anything he lends his name to explodes as a fantastic, box-office drawing tour-de-force.

    That, or maybe I should say, just really entertaining films. All the movies he produces follow a formula of “awesome.”

    1. Set up.
    2. Joke.
    3. Action.
    4. Dialogue Progression.
    5. Joke.
    6. Repeat Rules 2-5 in any order for successful film.

    I don’t know how he does it, but even the off-coloured Bad Boys II was atleast wildly entertaining and action-filled.

    Cannot wait for National Treasure II.

  4. Yeah, he DOES have the “popcorn movie” formula down…


  5. Meh. I never liked masons much……..

  6. I actually can feel my Brain rotting during that trailer.


    Hell, I’ll take a Uwe Boll film over this any day, at least he knows how to make his B and C level actors look goofy. Take Turtletaub, give him far too many A-listers (see also RED DRAGON) and just make them look bored and slightly embarrassed spouting off dialogue that is like nails on the chalkboard (admittedly “That’s why I tell them to get a dog!” is pretty funny though).

    I’ll pass on the latest Bruckheimer exercise in smug stupidity. I swear the guy laughs all the way to the bank when something like National Treasure actually makes big $$$.

  7. LOL, Kurt I’m not surprised at ALL that this one isn’t up your alley. :-) But there are folks out there that have kids and just want to enjoy a popcorn/action flick that doesn’t demand too much of them and won’t require them to put their kids in therapy afterwards. :-D

    I think I’d have to wait for my daughter to graduate high school to take her to see many of the movies you highlight over at Twitchfilm. That’s not to say they’re aren’t good, they’re just targeting a very different audience.



  8. Just wait till you read about the film I’m reviewing there tonite. A Mindblowing tale about the loss of innocence in rural Philipines involving catholic guilt, unfulfilled sexual yearning and the loss of your favorite pet OX! Amazingly, it’s like the Citizen Kane of Filipino films and not at all trashy or sleazey like it could have been. But most definitly not for kids of National Treasure fans! :)

    Oh yea Vic, you may see yourself picking up traffick now that The Movie Blog is gone. Don’t really have much interest in the boys doing nothing by Sci-Fi. I liked John C.’s crazy rants and out-there opinions on the more mainstream end of cinema, not the geek-genres (which have too many pundits to begin with). I wish him well though.


  9. LOL, like I said… :-)

    And Kurt, I would welcome “The Movie Blog” readers with open arms… feel free to mention that invite over at Twitchfilm. :-D