The Librarian: Quest for the Spear

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  • Series Premiere Date: Dec 5, 2004
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  • Summary: Noah Wyle is Flynn Carsen a quiet history buff who finds himself entangled in a dangerous adventure to recover a powerful, holy artifact stolen from his library. He is joined by a beautiful but deadly female counterpart with unmatched martial arts skills.
  • Genre(s): Comedy, Drama, Movie/Mini-Series, Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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  1. Mar 6, 2016
    8
    Oddly enough I found this movie by chance.

    I don't think it could be cornier if it tried. Yet that is it's charm. It blatant Indiana Jones
    Oddly enough I found this movie by chance.

    I don't think it could be cornier if it tried. Yet that is it's charm. It blatant Indiana Jones clone, but a very good one. Full of adventure, mystery and cheezy performances. Yet allot of fun and worth a chance.

    Overall:
    A fun movie that as long as you don't take it seriously, you'll have a blast. A guilty pleasure at the least.
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  2. Nov 24, 2012
    7
    Yet another of my guilty pleasures, I really like the "Librarian" series. For me, the best part is Bob Newhart in the role of Judson. HisYet another of my guilty pleasures, I really like the "Librarian" series. For me, the best part is Bob Newhart in the role of Judson. His deadpan delivery, which he's perfected, just brings such a casual approach to the most menacing predicaments that you can't help but smile. The main "theme" music just has such a goofy lilt to it (and for some reason, reminds me of the "Benny Hill" theme) that it draws you along gracefully. Granted, as some others have noted, this is "Indiana Jones" on the cheap. But it strikes me that it was made with tongue firmly in cheek. The humor isn't forced, and helps to remind the viewer that this isn't your dead-serious "save the world" epic. I'd recommend it for casual viewing. Expand