Our movie this weekend was National Treasure Book of Secrets. I have a soft spot for caper movies, especially anything to do with history, antiquities, freemasonry, and the office of POTUS. Even Nicholas Cage (being Coppola-related) wins me over in this franchise, of which I am sure (spoiler alert!) there will be a third.
The implausibility of the entire thing makes it appealing. There weren't too many special effects scenes to give me a headache, and the romance was kept to a minimum, keeping Buddy Budderson happy also. Being seventeen, romance doesn't mix with action at all.
Overall, I'd recommend it only because I enjoy this sort of stuff - now you know what a geek I am - but you can wait for the DVD if you aren't sure or there are no teenagers in your household to please. Three cuppy-cakes out of five, with a smattering of extra frosting because freemasonry is way interesting and so is Harvey Keitel.