The Librarian

The Librarian

Quest for the Spear

DVD - 2005
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A geeky librarian is hired by the prestigious Metropolitan Library, keeper of such top-secret treasures as Excalibur and Pandora's Box. When the Serpent Brotherhood, seeking world domination, steals one of three parts of the magical Spear of Destiny from the library, only this librarian, aided by a gorgeous bodyguard, has the knowhow to thwart their plan. But does he know how to be a hero?
Publisher: [United States] : Equinoxe Films, 2005
Branch Call Number: DVD LIB
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (106 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Quest for the spear [DVD]


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Aug 03, 2018

Ridiculously cheesy in the best way, I was very entertained! I loved the main character, a bumbling but brilliant librarian who just wants to learn but instead gets adventure thrust upon him whether he likes it or not. It's perfect for lots of comedic moments.

Dec 31, 2017

Both the movies and the series are a combination of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and the 80's tv show Friday The 13th (having nothing to do with the Jason serial killer franchise) and/or the remake Warehouse 13. Yes, there is a little Indiana Jones, but fans of both Buffy (and Angel) and Friday the 13th and Warehouse 13 will love this show!

Feb 16, 2017

I love this for its nuttiness, irony, and for all the things it doesn't have: coarseness, violence, nasty words. It could've been made by the BBC.

May 17, 2016

This was just okay...CGI at it's beginning? I'm spoiled now...loved to see Bob Newhart and Jane Curtain. Just too cheesy for my taste.

Apr 03, 2016

Cheesy, lame, low-budget (obviously fake sets) spoof on Indiana Jones (listen for the similar "love theme") but still fun to watch if you are willing to relax and not take it seriously

neko Jun 09, 2015

A delightful bit of fancy. Noah, Bob & Jane play this movie with a great deal of fun.

May 11, 2015

There are three kinds of very enjoyable action movies - and this is one of them. This is not a spot on blend of hilarity and action like Avengers or Die Hard. This is not a wildly intense action movie like Mission Impossible. I would describe this movie like a made-for-TV version of The Mummy - the effects, etc. are not as big or well done, but it is quality enough and a fun watch.

Feb 13, 2015

Super duper cheesy in a similar style of Xena and Hercules cheesiness. You're watching for the cheesy, silly nature of the show!

Jun 11, 2014

There's lot of action so it's good for adults & teens. I don't think it's for little kids. Not the best script or acting but it has no profanity, nudity or serious gore. It is enjoyable.

KCLSRecommends Mar 24, 2014

What if your friendly neighborhood librarian were secretly a combination of Indiana Jones, Sherlock Holmes and Batman..?! Fun premise (with at least two more sequels!)

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Jul 14, 2011

Nicole Noone: Hey, let's stop for a moment, and consider. I'm way out of your league. Way out. If your league were to explode, I wouldn't hear the sound for another three days. So for everybody's sake, let's just enjoy a companionable silence.

Jul 14, 2011

Flynn Carsen: Professor Harris. I should've known he was evil. He gave me an A-minus.

Jul 14, 2011

Flynn Carsen: I just want to get to know the Nicole beneath the surface arrogance. Peel back the layers.
Nicole Noone: What do you think is below the surface arrogance?
Flynn Carsen: More arrogance. And then perhaps a few delicious layers of flaky disdain. All around a creamy sweet center of homicidal rage.

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Jul 14, 2011

bdls206 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over


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Jul 14, 2011

When a magical artifact is lifted from his library, a meek librarian sets out to ensure its safe return. To do so, however, he enlists the service of a woman with exceptional martial arts skills - who becomes the enforcer in the relationship.


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Jul 14, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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