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  1. THATguy at |

    The more you know!

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  2. Jared at |

    Im pretty sure that most of these were not meant to be historically accurate. Some are symbolic, others are historical fiction. Try not to be so dense

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    1. Jessy at |

      O_o really…

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      1. redstick at |

        Ah. Well, that ruins my evening.

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  3. Mercedes at |

    @Jared, PLEASE tell me you’re being funny…PLEASE tell me you were able to discern the sarcasm in this article…PLEASE…

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  4. Presidentman44 at |

    Hey, you have the wrong poster for National Treasure. You have the sequel rather than the first one.

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  5. Seth at |

    The Assassin’s aren’t time travelers. Where did you even get that from?

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    1. Shoboni at |

      They probably just took a glance at it the animus and failed to realize time travel wasn’t involved.

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    2. redstick at |

      Ummm…It’s not a documentary, you realize.

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  6. E at |

    sarcasm

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  7. Amanda Thorpe at |

    This made me chuckle! As long as you know the background of these events and/or people, the cinema is there to be enjoyed, not taken too seriously. Well, at least I hope it isn’t taken seriously. If so, we have a whole new problem! Regardless, National Treasure and Braveheart remain on my all-time faves list!!

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  8. Rebekah Thomas at |

    Oh the things we thought we knew

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  9. steve at |

    I think National Treasure was inspired by the book of Mormon, i read it once and seem to recall something about looking through different colored lenses.

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