The Librarian: Quest for the Spear
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  • I would definitely recommend giving this movie a chance

    • by Steve

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      Some time ago, I heard about the movie “The Librarian” and didn’t think much of it. I figured, at most, it would be a rip off of Indiana Jones and, without the great special effects and the star power of Harrison Ford, would prove to be lame.

      I ended up watching the movie on TV the other day and have to admit, it was pretty


      I do still feel the movie is a rip off of Indiana Jones, but it is one of those movies that keeps a healthy PG rating so it is a movie most members of your family will enjoy, including the adults, without it being too scary for the younger members.

      In the movie, a man is hired as a librarian and discovers his job ...

      • includes protecting priceless and powerful artifacts from evil doers.

        One of those artifacts is the spear that was used on Christ on the Cross and he ends up traveling the world searching for the two remaining pieces to keep the bad guys from reassembling it.

        Of course, I had to laugh a bit about this.

        The only way to get the spear is by deciphering

        clues in a book.

        So, rather than hiding (or better, destroying) the book, they elect to make it easier for the bad guys by recovering the spear.

        That really didn’t make a lot of sense.

        But, the movie had a lot of action and even a bit of romance in it and, overall, was much better than I expected it to be.

        I would definitely recommend giving this movie a chance.

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