The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Romance / Thriller

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Zahn McClarnon as Tommy Yellow Hawk
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Gabrielle Anwar as Emily Davenport
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Noah Wyle as Flynn Carsen
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Bob Newhart as Judson
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779.19 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 0 / 6
1.47 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
P/S 0 / 3

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ma-cortes6 / 10

Second part of the Librarian series with lots of entertainment and fun

This second outing in the popular ¨The Librarian franchise ¨(1ª Quest of the spear-2004- by Peter Winther and 3ª The curse of the Judas Chalice-2008- by Jonathan Frakes) concerns on Flynn Carsen(Noah Wyle),the roughest, toughest,silly, and botcher hero with 22 university degree . Flynn is assigned missions around the world and recover priceless objects guarded into Metropolitan library where are the Arthur's Excalibur blade, the skull of crystal, Saint Sheet of Turin, the magic flute, among others. Now he must to find the King Salomon's mines who ordered the building of the Temple by the 24 masons. He goes to Casablanca looking for a Salomon's key of map. There he encounters the tomb of Ptolomeo, the famous father of astronomy and geometry .Flynn accompanied by a beautiful archaeologist(Gabrielle Anwar) head to Kenia where allegedly is the Salomon's treasure. Our unpredictable heroes risk their lives and limb against a set of the nasties(Erick Avari) villains you've ever seen.

Entertained TV movie plenty of action-packed,tongue in check, adventures, love story and extremely funny. This one has a little bit of everything : rip-roaring action, thriller,Sci-Fi,fantasy,derring do and an exciting score by Joseph LoDuca. Along with a sympathetic Noah Wyle appear the habitual secondaries, as a deadpan Bob Newhart, Jane Curtin and his likable mother well played by Olympia Dukakis. Besides cameo by Jonathan Frakes as passenger in the Magic Honeymoon bus. This enjoyable picture combines splendidly ¨Riger Haggard's mines of King Salomon¨ with ¨Spielberg's Raiders of the lost ark¨. Spectacular final scenes with excessive and mediocre use of computer generator special effects, adding a colorful cinematography by Walt Lloyd. For utter spirit-lifting bemusing you can't do better than this television movie. The picture is lavishly produced by Dean Devlin in partnership with Noah Wyle and TNT. Efficient direction by Jonathan Frakes, the notorious Star Trek's commandant Riker.He's an expert filmmaker in Sci-Fi genre and TV episodes : Star Trek, Roswell,Masters of science fiction, Twilight zone, among them.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird5 / 10

Not a disaster but uninspired

For the Sci-Fi channel The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines is not too bad. It is not a great movie, and could have been much more, but there have been far worse movies both from the Sci-Fi channel and in general. The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines had some lavish sets and photography, some decent action and special effects and a rousing score. Noah Wyle is a likable lead and Jane Curtin and especially Bob Newhart are subtly deadpan. However, Gabrielle Anwar is beautiful but bland and out of place and Erik Avari's villainous role lacks subtlety. Wyle and Anwar's chemistry just isn't there either, while Olympia Dukais is good but severely underused. The script and story are generally weak. The humour in the script comes across as contrived and unfunny with a lot of quite stilted dialogue, and the storytelling is dull and derivative of Indiana Jones except with more predictability and less of the thrills, suspense and fun. The characters are clichéd, that's not a problem but it is if they are not written well or not interesting, and generally while not as problematic as other Sci-Fi films that was the case with The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines. So all in all, not terrible, just not good either. 5/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

good pairing

Librarian Flynn Carsen (Noah Wyle) retrieves the Crystal Skull and plays with Excalibur Sword. Someone knocks out Flynn and steals the map to King Solomon's Mines. In order to safeguard the Key to King Solomon's treasure, he must retrieve the Legend to the map and render the map useless. He searches for the Legend in an archeological dig in Morocco run by Emily Davenport (Gabrielle Anwar). She joins him on his quest.

I am still unconvinced about Noah Wyle in this role. I would like to see someone with more comedic skills. Having said that, he has good banter with Gabrielle Anwar and a good awkward romance arising from that. I like her for him. Other than being scary skinny, she has good acting instincts and good chemistry. She's also age appropriate. It's good. It points to the fact that Flynn needs a consistent romantic partner to build a history over the life of the franchise. Without that, this franchise ends up being episodic and somewhat stuck on square one. The made-for-TV CGI is still problematic but not unexpected. It has built a good world and has some light fun adventures. It's fine.

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