A married couple of treasure hunters are double-crossed in Thailand by their local guide once they discover part of a treasure--and are presumably killed when their cable line is cut. However, the mother--Jordyn Flynn (Michelle Forbes)--has survived and is kidnapped by the evil Mason Fuller (Victor Garber of ALIAS). He's counting on her two sons, Paxton (Robbie Amell of THE TOMORROW PEOPLE) and Tripp to discover the rest of the treasure--which look like shards of mirror. When we're first introduced to them they are at their home in Seattle, WA, and there's a blatant product placement for Walmart. The young men are approached by two agents from Interpol who are interested if they have the three missing shards. They don't --and quickly find out these aren't really agents at all but are working for Fuller. A love-interest of Paxton is introduced, a blonde girl who can kick ass. They all discover the parent's hidden room, filed with stolen artifacts and equipment. Next, there's lots of traveling as they find the pieces of this treasure and are eventually reunited with their mother. You see, they are Hunters, archeologists who track down artifacts from fairy tales and legends.
This synopsis sounds far better than how the movie actually is, which is basically a made-for-tv watered down version of INDIANA JONES starring the most boring actor in the world, Robbie Amell.