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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Get ready for the most wild and adventure-filled Night At the Museum ever, as Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it...  View more >

Starring Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Dan Stevens...  View more >

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Dec 23, 2014
The third of the "Night at the Museum series has hit a roadblock. What's funny and amsing in the first two movie has suffer in the third installment. Yes the Movie was release some four months after Robin William's sucuide. But even if they movie the movie from December to May, it won't help the movie. Even the cast is stall and I wish they move on. What I love about the first two movies is the film has plenty of silly fun and in the process people, especially kids will learn something from the movie. That music score by Alan Silvesti should have gotton an Oscar nomination for Best Music Score But didn't.I like the second movie mainly because the performance of Amy Adams as Amelia Earhart.. But sadly the third movie of the series is just an shadow image of the first two. The film opens with the discovery of the Tablet of Akhanenrah back in 1938 and years year it came into question because the tablet is turning rusty and the wax figures are feeling the effects of it. Larry (played by Ben Stiller) goes tro London in order to find out about the Tablet. There is very little to like about the movie. Even the little monkey is funny. The only thing that actually work is the chemistry between Own Wilson and Steve Coogan. The film does have a caveman who looks like Stiller, but even with that, the third movie is dull.
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Apr 17, 2015
Basically the same old story line of Ben Stiller trying to save the day for all the museum artifacts. Good performance by Robin Williams but the same old plot line keeps this movie stale and could easily be a rental where you don't feel the need to pause it while you run to the restroom.

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