Nicholas Cage playing Benjamin Franklin Gates, a man who has listened to tale from his grandfather about a missing treasure. His determination to find it will take him all over the country and even talk him into stealing the Declaration of Independence.
Why Is National Treasure Rated PG?
National Treasure is rated PG for action violence and some scary images.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Release Date: May 3, 2005
The DVD release of National Treasure offers viewers the following featurette nuggets; National Treasure On Location, The Knights Templar, and Treasure Hunters Revealed (meet real-life, modern-day treasure hunters). Dig deeper into the film by watching Deleted Scenes and Alternate Ending (with an optional director’s commentary) or Opening Scene Animatic (also with an optional director’s commentary). Those with a sense of adventure may want to try solving Riley Poole’s Decode This! (an interactive puzzle). The movie is available in English and Spanish subtitles, with audio tracks in English (Dolby Digital 5.1) and French.