Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014) is a comedy movie about Larry the museum guard and his son Nick who try to save the magic of Ankhmerah’s tablet before it is gone forever. As funny and entertaining as the 2 prequel, this movie brings a lot of laughs to the audiences. Some new characters are introduced in this third movie, and still we can meet Teddy Roosevelt, Jedediah, Octavius, and of course Dexter the monkey.
Not only familiar characters from the previous Night at the Museum movie we met in this third movie, but also new casts are introduced in this movie. We met the cute Vietnamese Garuda, Fierce Chinese Snake demon, and a hot (but silly) guy: Sir Lancelot (played by Dan Stevens).
Funny yet thoughtful, silly yet deep, crazy yet wise. All that contradiction mixed up well, bring us absolute entertaining journey.
The storyline was developed very well. It is not hard to follow the storyline, even for a kid. I love the fact that there were still new characters. The vietnamese garuda is a total amusing. Although it reminds me of minions in despicable me, but still the garuda is totally cute.
Despite of the Tilly the lady guard and Laaa the caveman scene (which made my little nephew blushing), the whole movie is very recommended for a family movie.
As many other great movie, it ends up leaving such a mix emotion to the audience. The last ten to fifteen minutes are quite touchy, though they are certainly the highlight of the whole movie, it told us clearly that everything has come to an end. It is always important to know when something has reached its end. The last minutes of the movie brings symphaty (and lil bit sad) knowing this would be the last time I see these characters, and also because it would be the last movie I ever see Robin Williams in. I take it as a sweet and heartwarming last goodbye from Robin Williams itself.
#NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB (2014)
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