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Treasure of the Knights Templar, codes, Catholic Church. Combine, switch out Nick Cage/Tom Hanks for Mira Sorvino, make her a single mother and blend until utterly bland. They make an Indiana Jones crack early on, probably to distract you from the obvious ripoffs of National Treasure.
A shame, because I like Mira Sorvino (she does looks great in this movie and half the shots are of her legs or derrière, also to distract you), Scott Foley and Victor Garber. If the writers had half the ability of one of these three actors it would have been much better, or never even made. This one belongs on the Lifetime Movie Channel, not NBC.
Three stars out of ten
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