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Tadeo Jones 2: El secreto del Rey Midas is a movie starring Michelle Jenner, Adriana Ugarte, and Óscar Barberán. Tad Jones, the most awkward explorer, must rescue his beloved Sara from a millionaire who is looking for King Midas'...

Animation, Family, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
David Alonso, Enrique Gato
Óscar Barberán, Adriana Ugarte, Michelle Jenner, Luis Posada

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Genres Animation, Family, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
Director David Alonso, Enrique Gato
Writer Javier López Barreira, Paco Sáez, Javier López Barreira, Jordi Gasull, Jordi Gasull, Neil Landau
Stars Óscar Barberán, Adriana Ugarte, Michelle Jenner, Luis Posada
Country Spain, USA
Also Known As Ted, izgubljeni pustolov: Tajne kralja Mide, Tadeo Jones 2: El secreto del rey Midas, Tad, the lost explorer and the secret of King Midas, Tad Truy Tìm Kho Báu: Bí Mật Của Vua Midas, Hazine Avcısının Maceraları 2, Tadeo, el explorador perdido 2: El secreto del rey Midas, Tad den bortkomne eventyreren og kong Midas' hemmelighet, Tad e o Segredo do Rei Midas, Tad Stones und das Geheimnis von Köng Midas, Tadeo Jones 2: el secreto del rey Midas, Tad the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas, Tad the lost explorer and the secret of King Midas, Taddeo l'esploratore e il segreto di Re Mida, As Aventuras de Tadeo 2: O Segredo do Rei Midas, Tad, az utolsó felfedező, Tadeo El Explorador Perdido 2: El Secreto del Rey Midas, Tad Stones und das Geheimnis von König Midas, Tadeo el explorador perdido 2: El secreto del rey Midas, Tad Jones: The Hero Returns, Tad si secretul regelui Midas, Tedi i mapa skarbow, タッドの大冒険 失われたミダス王の秘宝, Ταντ: Το μυστικό του βασιλιά Μίδα, Tad ha'khoker ha'khofer, Tad et le secret du roi Midas
Runtime 1 h 25 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Two years later of their first adventure, Tad Jones and Sara Lavrof have separate lives, he as a simple construction worker studying archaeology to graduate, and she as a renowned archaeologist and explorer. After discovering the final clue of the existence of King Midas' necklace, Sara invites Tad to an exposition in Las Vegas, where he hopes that she accepts turning in his girlfriend. Just before to travel, Tad realizes that the mummy of Paititi has been exiled from the Inca city by help him and he appears on his home, forcing Tad to travel Las Vegas with his dog Jeff and the mummy. But all hopes and dreams of Tad breaks when a millionaire named Jack Rackham kidnaps Sara to force her revealing the location of the three parts of Midas' necklace. Forming team with Tiffany (Sara's scholar), Mummy, the dog Jeff and Belzoni (Sara's pet, a grouch and intelligent bird who talks using show-bills), Tad Jones and his friends will travel around the world trying rescue Sara and defeat Rackham before he receives all power of necklace to turn in gold anything he touches.

Top reviews

Monday, 22 Jun 2020 01:36

Not Rated, Out of 5 stars! An entertaining and easily recommended sequel to the 1989 film that gave us the amazing Blue Carpet, starring Burt Reynolds, Sherilyn Fenn, Charlie Mcconaughey, Charlize Theron and Martin Lawrence. Today we have a new actor, Dwayne Johnson, and he's a lot of fun as the titular Blue Carpet. Johnson is cool and goofy, and provides the comedy that is what made the original such a hit. There's a great supporting cast, too. Rebecca Hall as the beautiful lady with a heart, Emilie De Ravin as the ever-so-desperately perky-goofy secretary and Helen Hunt as the all-female detective team are fun and interesting. Everyone is just thoroughly lovable and good-hearted in their own way. Johnson seems to be having fun, too. He isn't like the character he plays. He's witty, and quite funny, a man who thinks that just because you have a goofy new-age color scheme you're instantly cool. On top of that, he's very smart and incredibly likable, which is refreshing. The music and visuals are equally great. Director Michelle Westberg is very enjoyable in this film. The cinematography is amazing, and the way the film was shot was simply excellent. The scenes looked great, and the script was very good, too. It was good, but still wasn't great. It was all right. I like the film very much. I really do. If you liked the original, then you'll like this. If you didn't, I'm not sure why you're even here. But it's nice to know there's still people who do enjoy Dwayne Johnson. Overall Rating: *1⁄2 out of *
Thursday, 14 May 2020 15:04

This sequel to the 2000 animated film was surprisingly good, not only for its story but also for its animation style. The movie borrows almost completely from the first movie in the series, but the animation style is completely different. It is bright, colorful, and whimsical. The voice acting is also much better. The characters have a more pronounced "style" than they did in the first film. Not only is the main character who appears to be a fairly young adult, but all of the minor characters are also much more mature and independent. Most notably, just about the entire cast of characters have a clear relationship with each other. In the original movie, these characters had no solid relationships at all. Some characters were closer, others were further apart, but they didn't develop a clear and coherent relationship. In this sequel, most of the characters are still main characters, but they have more depth to them. They interact more with each other, and the relationships between them are more obvious and dynamic. This is actually something that I have rarely seen in animated movies. I feel that it is just one of the things that makes the whole movie much more interesting than its original counterpart. I did not find the plot to be as strong as the first movie, but overall it is much better than the original movie. I liked how there was much more focus on the main character, as opposed to the character development that was present in the first movie. The film was a bit longer than the original, but in my opinion that made it better. Overall, I think the film was good. I like the style, and I really liked the characters. I think that this movie does better as a sequel to the first movie. If you have seen the original movie, you should probably skip this sequel.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 13:38

Cliche, Spoof, and Slice-of-Life the Disney version of Scrooge Jr. takes a chance and does it well. Like the original, it never fully delivers and leaves something to the imagination and imagination is just plain better. It's almost like that for the main characters, who never seem to give much character development. They're all just very much like the original while trying to give them some more. The big change is the sound, which has more sounds of ice, fire, and wind that does a lot more to the scenes. This lets you really feel the excitement that the original did. For example, in the "Dummy Box" scene, when the little girl runs to her father's grave in an old farm house, it sounds like a witch's broom. And then, when they try to get away from the "Dummy Box" at the end, it sounds like a tornado. The thing is, when the original Scrooge came up with his scheme to steal the Christmas money from his dead wife, he didn't talk in a pompous voice like any parents would do. He came up with his schemes so that he could pay for his wife's funeral and in return, he's gonna get his wife's money back. In this new version, he actually does give a pompous voice to convince the father to give up the money, and it's much more effective. It helps fill the void of having a regular voice. All of the voices are great. The old Scrooge was, of course, the scariest character of all. The new Scrooge is really adorable, and as a person who is scared of all things scary, it's really awesome that his voice sounds scary in this version. It doesn't sound like any of the other Scrooge children. And the old Scrooge was so full of personality and charm. The new Scrooge is so laid back and can't say much. He's got just the right amount of grumpiness, and he's very funny too. And his voice also sounds a little bit like the original. It's like the old Scrooge always had that distinctive voice, but they took the old voice and took the new voice and turned it into something different. Overall, it's a good movie that will get you on the edge of your seat. It's not perfect, but it's good. It's really good.

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