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A Race To Hidden Treasure! – "Treasure Raiders" – Full Free Maverick Movie

A Russian street racing star has met his match in a sly American racer. As they both rival for control on the streets they must put aside their differences and band together to search for a lost Templar treasure. With time, police, and the mafia against them will they find the treasure before it is too late?

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  1. What’s weird is I treasure is found. That’s a shitty ending. You need to have a treasure found so the main character gains and finds what he has been looking for…
    Pretty much the movie ends with the main character who’s been searching long and hard and all this time STILL now needs to continue to look long and hard for more time loll. I wouldn’t watch part two because he may not find it again LOL. I’d give it a 6.5/10. Being generous

  2. Please don't just accept the introduction to this movie as being the truth. Far from it. When the Pope ordered
    Bishops to start assassinating Knights Templar at midnight on a certain day, it became known as Friday the
    13th, a bad luck day. The Knights Templar knew what was happening. They loaded forty ocean going boats
    with their religious relics and wealth and sailed to Scotland. After digging beneath the Temple of Solomon
    for seven years they found what they were looking for and sent that to Scotland. Maybe it's time Scotland
    became a source of Christian wonder because that's where the invention of the Holy Bible in English began.
    The Holy Bible for use in the Church of Scotland has three chapters after Revelation. The next chapter,
    The Psalm of David, 76 pages, is the only English translation that has the same poetic rhythm as the Torah.
    I hope you get a chance to see one some day.