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National Treasure: Book of Secrets, Movie, 2007 IMDB

Pictures provided by: antp, ahight, Wasserspeier

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Also known as:

  • Benjamin Gates et le livre des secrets (France)
  • Il mistero delle pagine perdute (Italy)

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ahight US

2007-08-03 23:02

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Images from trailer.
I can't wait till this is out. I love these kind of movies and the first was great!

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-11-14 00:10

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Apparently there's going to be a spectacular chase set in London with two brand new cars, a Mercedes C-Klasse and a Land Rover Range Rover, cant wait to it :D

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-11-22 16:55

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just CANT wait to seing it [:bave]

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antp BE

2007-11-22 16:57

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It looks interesting indeed :)

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-11-22 16:59

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A car chase in set in GB at last! :p SWF and I dont have that many set in there, so that's why we are so happy i wish it doesnt dissaponint us :D

Well but appart form the chase i hope the whole movie will be great :)

dudley UK

2007-12-05 11:03

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Trailer looks like a 120" ad for the C-Klasse. The London cab corners nicely too.

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-05 11:34

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Wasserspeier wrote ...and a little pre Christmas gift for carchasesfanatic ;)


Thanks Waserspeier :king: !!! that definelty looks promising :D i really cant wait to see it, i hope it lasts another few minutes because that shown then looks indeed very nice :D

MBSL65fan US

2007-12-17 04:05

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The C-Class is the reason why I want to see this. :) It's a C280.

marioman3138 AU

2007-12-20 09:44

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I saw the movie today (the day it came out!), the car chase with the C280, the Range Rover, London Taxi cab and a truck was fantastic. there was also aa chase with the Merc SUV and some cop cars.

badlymad CA

2007-12-26 08:22

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Pretty decent movie, plenty of set pieces without lots of violence, though that's not surprising considering it is a Disney movie. The chase between the C-Klasse and the Range Rover was good, though that was the only scene where cars figured prominently.

Some cars I remember:
Ferrari F430 Spider
REVA G-Wiz
Buick Lacrosse
Cadillac STS


-- Last edit: 2007-12-26 08:23:28

ahight US

2008-01-03 14:23

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Really good movie. I usually wait till they come out on DVD but I ended up going to the theater. I loved the C280...beautiful car! During the rest of the movie I couldn't get the theme song of Goonies out of my head.

garco NL

2008-01-03 20:23

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Critics are not so positive about this movie.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-03 21:21

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I never hear to that, i hear that of "oh this new movie at theaters is very abd blah blah blah" then i go to the cinema and i like it, so i prefere juzging myself

dudley UK

2008-01-17 12:14

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Six C-Klasse and two GL-Klasse were supplied by M-B and all were destroyed, according some artical I read on product placement.

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carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-17 14:56

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40 50 cars? no way, ive seen it and the really destroyed cars are the taxi, the mercedes and the truck gets a bit destroyed, then a few bikes a G-Wiz and the mercedes hits a scenic which i dotn think it counts as destroyed, 40 or 50 sounds a lot to me for what is visible in the chase.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-17 15:24

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I know that and you are right but 50 still seem a lot to me

antp BE

2008-05-01 01:49

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Pictures added from DVD; strange that there were not more pics for this one, it is not common these days that a movie stays uncompleted before the DVD availability...

Star Wars Fanatic EN

2008-05-01 15:23

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The chase scene wasn't bad, but the main appeal for me was that it was set in England. It's become a real frustration that chase scenes are very rarely set in the UK :(

chris40 UK

2008-05-01 17:41

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Probably something to do with the Elf'n'Safety?

dudley UK

2008-05-01 17:49

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And the myriad authorities before the HSE have their say - councils, police, TfL Buses, TfL Streets...

It's getting better, we're told, but there still exists a jobsworth attitude. Not like the US, where you can (or could when I shot there) do what you liked.

chris40 UK

2008-05-01 21:05

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On reflection I think you're right, dudley. I suspect the authorities - the ones you mention, among others - tend to use the HSE as an excuse to throw their weight about; in fact these jobsworths probably enjoy f***ing up car chases - as they do everything from St George's Day parades to kids' playgrounds [:complain]

dudley UK

2008-05-01 21:29

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You forgot hanging baskets :??:

chris40 UK

2008-05-01 22:05

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So I did; and conkers, and (in Wolverhampton) A-boards outside shops ... I guess I didn't want to bore other members with the innumerable idiocies of our so-called public servants :mad:
BTW I wonder if these facilities would have been available to British film-makers?

-- Last edit: 2008-05-01 22:08:43

holden nut AU

2008-06-24 09:47

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that police bike got wrecked although I have not seen the movie yet

Corkeyandpals US

2015-01-13 23:43

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Aircraft at: Link to "impdb.org"

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