National Treasure Season 2 Ending: Everything you should know!
National Treasure: Book of Secrets is a 2007 American action-adventure film directed by John Turteltaub and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. It is a sequel to the 2004 film National Treasure and the second film in the National Treasure film series.
The film stars Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel, Ed Harris, Bruce Greenwood, and Helen Mirren. The film premiered in New York City on December 13, 2007,
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And was released in North America on December 21, 2007, by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. Due to its similarities with its predecessor, the film received mixed reviews,
But was a box office success grossing over $459 million worldwide, becoming the ninth highest-grossing film of 2007, the third film in development.
National Treasure Season 2 Ending Explained: What happens with the worker?
The story follows Miriam, a social worker who finds herself on fire after kidnapping nine-year-old Kiri during an unsafe visit to her biological grandparents.
He successfully portrays the babysitter Christina as an imaginist seeking to make money from her story. And Kate Hardy’s Rebecca Thornton had her claims squashed when it was revealed she wrote a fan letter to the entertainer a year after the alleged rape.
While flashbacks suggested that 15-year-old Christina had volunteered for Finchley’s sexual advances, he appears guilty of having sex with a minor in that case. And nothing was even accused of his assault on Rebecca.
We first met a young Thomas in National Treasure, when he learned the secret of the Knights Templar from a dying Charles Carroll and began this whole story. This time he is not so lucky.
After deciphering a code from the diary of John Wilkes Booth, Thomas learns that it leads to the mythical City of Gold. However, he also learns that the people he contacts with the code are Confederate sympathizers,
And that Booth has assassinated President Lincoln. They shoot Thomas, who destroys the decrypted message, before dying. Like its predecessor, National Treasure 2 then takes a series of wild twists and turns to eliminate said treasure through historical clues and daring actions.
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The guilty-not-guilty verdict is the final masterstroke from a play that doesn’t end a leg wrong start. It is vaguely recognizable. It legitimizes the stories of victims in the eyes of the audience, while criticizing the processes and approaches that deny them justice.
The end of Sick Celebrities and Champagne also draws a damning conclusion about fame and power and, at its core, a clever parallel with In. Of memory and doubt, encourages you to revisit the conclusions you drew earlier in the previous episode.
Dee’s own dream, in which her father made the family swear an oath of secrecy about an act of violence that takes on added significance once her guilt is established. As he is the scene of his young daughter gasping, cuddling and restraining, and first leaning over her on the edge of his bed.
“He certainly never touched you” Mary swears to Dee, assuring them both “I have a good memory”. Memories fail. People lie to themselves. He is the real subject of the national treasury.