It would be a symbolic post if at this very moment I’m at a museum in Scotland, enjoying my time absorbing history. I don’t know if this is true, but you can ask me on Twitter where I am, and maybe, maybe this post is more magical than normal.
1. NATIONAL TREASURE (2004)
To be honest, this has to be one of my favourite movies from the early 2000’s. It was the time where Nicolas Cage hadn’t gone too deep into his skill, it was a time where adventure could be fun and it was the sweet spot of CGI – not too much but just a little. I love National Treasure, and it does have a lot of museum stuff happening.
2. THE DA VINCI CODE (2006)
Just recently, I had to recall the plot of The Da Vinci Code and honestly, if I hadn’t seen the movie, I don’t think I could have told what the book was about. And even though both, the book and the movie, didn’t have a huge affect on me, they’re still pretty okay. I mean, Tom Hanks is okay, the mystery is okay. So it’s an okay recommendation overall.
3. THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR (1999)
All my picks are sort of random today but what are you going to do with such a wide theme like museums!? You sort of cheat and add an art gallery to the mix. Because I really want to recommend The Thomas Crown Affair. I don’t know what it is with this movie, but that final heist and twist reveal… I absolutely love that scene!
THIS SERIES IS CREATED BY WANDERING THROUGH THE SHELVES2
Scotland is probably my favorite country I’ve ever been to. It’s gorgeous. I want to go back.
I can’t believe I didn’t even think of the Da Vinci Code. I legitimately liked that movie. Damn it.
Omg, yes to The Thomas Crown Affair!! I love that movie so much!
I also picked The Da Vinci Code. I haven’t seen it since it came out so I have no idea how I’d feel about it now. I read the book recently and I liked it though.
Thomas Crown Affair is everywhere and I want to see both versions. The Da Vinci Code is a great pick. I love National Treasure and even the sequel but haven’t seen the 3rd one yet