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Plot: Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever. Runtime: 98 mins Release Date: 19 Dec 2014
A true gift for history fans and comedy lovers (by london-kidd)
Night at the Museum is my all time favourite film. love the fun of it, each one is action packed and this third film was an absolute treat. There was no better way to say goodbye to Robin Williams than have his last role in this entertaining comedy. I really hope they make a fourth film, as I love Larry's role within the museum and each character is special. Enjoyed the idea of them going to the British Museum, as I love to go there. Sir Lancelot was a real gem in 'Secret of the Tomb'. Also loved the large involvement of Ahkmenrah and the Egyptian culture. Jedediah and Octavius <more>
are my favourite characters, as they bond really well together and it has been great to see them progress through the movies. I thought the writers were creative with how they included both 'miniatures' in the different scenes. The Pompeii scene had me on the edge of my seat - loved it! Would definitely watch this film again. The fun never ends and I hope it won't for a long time.
Funny, clever and moving, a family treat (by Figgy66-915-598470)
2 January 2015 Film of Choice at The Plaza Dorchester This Morning - Night at The Museum: Secret of The Tomb. Now it's not often that a sequel surpasses the original but in this case I think we have a winner. This latest offering is another rather wonderful example of what the imagination is capable of. We all remember that as kids we wanted our toys to come alive, and like the other two this continues the theme of the museum exhibits assuming life and taking on the personalities of who they represent. This third instalment brings Larry Daly, his son and our museum favourites to England <more>
on a mission to repair the golden tablet which is starting to deteriorate. We also learn the history of the tablet, how and why it was created. The usual battles against improbable foes and a race against time ensue and there are laughs along the way. Very poignant moments as we are watching the greats that are Mickey Rooney and Robin Williams, indeed the film remembers them in the credits. This is a fantastic family film, indeed the kids in the audience were laughing out loud. Look out for a couple of famous faces along the way, this film is a must.
There is much to say about this film. I really enjoyed the humour it made you laugh all the time! The story of the film was excellently set up. Larry having to figure out how to save the magic of the museum. I saw the movie twice in theaters and hope to see it one more time. Now where to begin with the film score composed and conducted by Alan Silvestri!Absolutely genius! You've done it again Alan! I really enjoyed the fact that new themes in the score were unfolded and the old classic themes came back as well from the other two films as well! Excellent cinematography! The animation was <more>
brilliant as well! And thank you for mentioning Robin Williams at the end of the film! His magic to humour will live on. Totally worth a ten out of ten!
I really enjoyed this movie! I am an adult who normally does not "willingly" watch family movies. I went to the prescreening and I was pleasantly surprised! Ben Stiller was hilarious, as were Ricky Gervais and Rebel Wilson. The storyline was also good which is hard to do with these types of movies . The same characters returned, along with some awesome additions. I also thought that the length of the movie was perfect. Sometimes, movies like that are very long for no reason. They did a good job with that piece. I strongly encourage families to go and see this movie during the <more>
Holidays. You will laugh out loud and also appreciate the message. This movie is also great for adults!
There's problems with the magic tablet in New York City, and Larry and his friends must travel to London and Ahkmenrah's parents to learn the secret. Until recently I've been very down on sequels, it seemed like Hollywood sequels just rode the coattails of the original. I have to say an exception is several of the recent Marvel movies and also this franchise. While this movie is not as creative as the original sequels never are , they add enough new elements with winning pieces of the old to make a very enjoyable film. Thankfully this time around Gallagher and Peck get the screen <more>
time they deserved last time out, and we get to enjoy Williams for the last time, although the original Nick was missed. I daresay Robin wouldn't mind leaving us with his final performance as Roosevelt, a role that was made for him, but we miss him just the same. It all wraps up very nicely, hard to say if this will go for round four or not but it was a great run in any event.
I gave this movie a 9 out of 10 I absolutely loved it, the only thing holding it back from being a 10 is some of the acting was a Lil flat, especially Sir Lancelot, I just was not a fan - they introduced a new character and he was such a lame flat actor. You should go in knowing it is a kids movie - and that is part of what makes it awesome! As an adult, let your wall down, open your imagination and get enjoy the simpleness of the fun! This is a movie you can take your children to and be completely comfortable - there are no double sided jokes, no dirty humor 'you' will get but will <more>
go over your child's head. It is a classy movie in that respect. Both us and the young adults completely loved it and talked about it for days! I cried I laughed, I cried some more and then I laughed again - it was an emotional movie, especially since it was Robin's last movie - the ending was bittersweet. I want there to be more movies but it seems like this may be the last - the reunion at the end is wonderful! The monkey, oh gosh the money is the star!
A fitting conclusion to the trilogy (by monstermayhem32)
While viewing the film it is rather sad watching the final performance of Mickey Rooney who played Gus in the first film and robin Williams in one of his final film roles as Theodore Roosevelt who loons rather sad and not his usual energetic self but I think he manages to do a decent job in the role. In this installment, the tablet that keeps the exhibits alive at night is starting to lose its power and the only way to prevent the magic from disappearing is going to the British museum which would be able to restore the power of the tablet back to its glory, I will say while in some ways it <more>
closes one chapter being Larry daily but leaves the story to continue with another.
Don't lie to yourself, you want a Capuchin monkey too. (by OlieRendch)
You know, Night at the Museum is one of those films where it's not a huge movie, it's not a blockbuster, there's nothing wrong with it, it's just generally not talked about in the film fan world as I've seen it. It is however regarded as a nice family film to sit down and enjoy, so was the second instalment, and this one isn't any different.We all know the premise; a special Egyptian tablet makes it possible for all the exhibits in the museum to come to life at night. What I'm glad about is that this third film is not a rehash of the previous two; it's <more>
predecessors had a similar theme of a main villain wanting the table,t which were different enough to enjoy but Secret of the Tomb does something completely different with it's plot and execution which is an awesome change I enjoyed a lot. Of course another thing we enjoy with these movies is the actual museum coming to life and they do some really cool stuff with that idea and it's awesome to see these historical figures interact with statues and even paintings!They brought us some new characters too which included Lancelot who steals so many scenes and has some great lines, I love that character; also we get Ben Kingsley as King Merenkahre who surprisingly didn't actually have much screen time for a big-name actor. Rebel Wilson as a British security guard didn't quite grab me as the other characters did, she was the comedic relief in what was already a comedy so her presence wasn't really needed and could come off as annoying. In the end Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb was a fun ride just like the first two, it has some awesome surprises I wasn't expecting and all round a good family film.
In the third instalment of the Night at the Museum movies, the tablet that brings the museum exhibits to life is losing it's power and to fix it, Ben Stiller and the gang have to go visit the only person who knows how to fix it, at the London's British Museum.This movie was definitely more entertaining than I thought it would be. Most of the jokes did entertain me despite at times being obvious, although a few do fall flat. However, I did not enjoy the comedy involving caveman Ben Stiller thankfully, there wasn't much of it . I think the movie would have been better without that <more>
character. The story is straightforward as expected, but still good enough to not be boring. The returning cast do a good job. Newcomer Dan Stevens as Sir Lancelot was my favourite character and was great fun to watch. There were also some great cameos which I did not expect and won't spoil and was awesome.There are some cool scenes in this movie that really pleased my inner kid, mainly when Sir Lancelot is fighting a triceratops and a scene involving a M.C. Esher painting along with a couple of others. I did also like the ending. It was a bit sad when it came to their goodbyes, especially when it came to Robin Williams'. Overall, it is a solid movie for kids and adults should have an alright time.