The Librarian: Quest for the Spear 2004

Hidden beneath the monolithic New York Metropolitan Library is a repository for humanity’s greatest secrets. From the Golden Fleece to the Ark of the Covenant, every enigma and artefact from every known and unknown civilisation is protected from the forces of…
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Mild violence, mild coarse language

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Hidden beneath the monolithic New York Metropolitan Library is a repository for humanity’s greatest secrets. From the Golden Fleece to the Ark of the Covenant, every enigma and artefact from every known and unknown civilisation is protected from the forces of evil who, given the chance, would use the priceless treasures for their nefarious plans. Only one man can keep them safe: The Librarian.

Having spent his life ensconced within the cloisters of academia, uber geek Flynn (Noah Wyle, ER) finally finds a use for his encyclopaedic knowledge of the obscure and esoteric when he's selected to join the mysterious order of Librarians. But this is no quiet desk job; on his very first day, The Serpent Brotherhood steal a fragment of the Spear of Destiny, the spear used to pierce the side of Christ, and it’s Flynn’s job to get it back! With a sexy Amazon bodyguard Nicole (Sonya Walger, Coupling), he must journey to the most exotic, inaccessible and treacherous corners of the earth on a mission to recover the spear - a mission that will determine if the nervous but charming Flynn really has what it takes to be a superhero.

An action packed comedy adventure from Dean Devlin, the Writer/Producer of Independence Day and Stargate.

Member Reviews

  • OK was mildly entertaining.

  • This film was appalling I can't believe how poor the acting was very low grade movie made for TV the special effects were laughable

  • was this ment to be a spoof movie on the indianna jones and other adventure films beacuse when i wasn't laghing i was cringing OMG

    Jay
  • I liked this - bit in the line of Indianna Jones Genre - not bad viewing and okay for my 9 year old to watch. Rated PG rather than M of the later movies.

  • It's a very silly, nerdy enjoyable film.

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