By Fred Topel | Image property of Walt Disney Pictures
Naitonal Treasure: Book of Secrets
Since National Treasure: Book of Secrets is a brand new movie, you know it's going to look great. Indeed it does, equally clear in both dim or bright light. There's real grit to the city streets and landmarks.
Blu-ray Review: National Treasure: Book of Secrets
Some key set pieces include Buckingham Palace with its ornate colors and shiny marble walls. The Library of Congress is less ornate but still full, with old books and well kept furniture showing off detail.
Mount Rushmore looks better than The Discovery Channel. It's so clear, every speck on the rocks stands out. The temple looks like we hope the Indiana Jones movies look when they finally come to Blu Ray. It's dark, but clear, full of crafted little touches from the art department for authenticity.
The action rocks with shiny obstacles and spraying debris flying around the glistening streets, while all the actors' sweaty faces react. I'm sure that's what they want to hear, but that's what I like to see.