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|Secret of Treasure Mountain|
Actors: Brandon Blaser, Jason Glenn, Jason Johnson, Isaac Fugal, Marissa Porritt
Director: Scott Swofford
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns, Comedy, Drama, Kids & Family
A monk?s counsel is as clear as the desert air: "Sometimes the greatest treasure you can ever find is within yourself." And the words are well-timed wisdom to ButterCreamer Eldon after he finds part of an ancient map and b... more »
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Not Quite Like the First, but Still Good!
Kathryn | Ohio, United States | 06/19/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is a little different than the first: the focus is on Eldon, not Scott; no mention is made of Pete; a new Buttercreamer, Eli, is introduced; and there are now girls in the Buttercream Gang. Regardless of these changes, "The Secret of Treasure Mountain" is still a good family movie. Eldon embarks on a treasure hunt with an ulterior motive to be a hero. He wants to save Mr. Graf's house and upstage Scott for once. By the end of the film, Eldon learns what it really means to be rich and that he's been a hero all along. Sure, this film is a little hokey when compared to much of today's entertainment; but it is a positive alternative to those films. It has a treasure hunt against time and against a bad guy disguised as a friend, scriptural truth woven in, and lessons learned by all (including the audience). I would highly recommend this movie to anyone looking for a film they can watch with their family."
Squeaky clean fun for the kids!
Elysa Mac | America's Deep South | 06/17/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"We watched this movie last night with our 5 and 7 year old sons. Yes, it is corny in many places and we "oldsters" found the plot pretty unbelievable, but the boys thoroughly enjoyed it and I didn't have to worry about them learning any new rude words or nasty sounds from it. The Buttercream Gang videos are wholesome entertainment that promote honesty, humility, loyalty, respect for authority and rules, a good work ethic, and polite manners---all with enough humor and adventure thrown in to keep the kids watching and wanting to view more in this series."
Scott Prather | Seattle, WA | 12/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The closer that we approach to the witching hour the better this movie gets! This series has simply put a spell on my family and I! The characters, the story, and the special effects are not to be missed - and some of the suspense might even scare the younger wizards in your crew. There even is hidden, deleted footage at the end of the credits - lets just say that the window jenkins didnt become a widow on accident! Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble eh?"