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NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB - A just ok, emotional sequel of the fantasy with some great graphics. (TTP (To The Point) Review By Bobby Sing)

28 Dec, 2014 | Movie Reviews / 2014 Releases

The third part of fantasy, once again revolving around all familiar characters begins differently from the year 1938 where a few archaeologists are searching for some ancient treasure and they accidentally find it too when a kid falls into a pit. Among the precious finds of that treasure is a magical tablet that later causes all the trouble by making everything alive at night in the museum. And our hero, the night-guard, once again has to set it all right after an unexpected chaos on the night of a big event organized within the museum itself.
Written around on a repetitive kind of plot, this time we have more love and emotion in the air along with the usual dinosaurs, Capuchin monkey, Wilson-Coogan’s team and all others. Plus Ben Stiller is here in a double role with the hard to recognize one also falling in love with another lonely lady-guard of the British Museum. Supporting the romantic feel Robin Williams also finds a soft corner for Mizuo Peck in this probably final version of the series. And adding to its emotional factor, the film also has a sub-plot devoted to Stiller as a father and his relationship with his young son who wishes to be a DJ.
Beginning on an engaging note, the progression loses all its energy in its next hour with various sequences having some historical as well as mythological references too visualized brilliantly like that of a snake demon, exploding volcano and even a tiny Garuda interacting & dancing around in a hilarious manner.
In short, the film has its few engaging moments but is not a thoroughly exciting fun ride as one expected it to be. It entertains partially but then makes a soft emotional impact on the viewer towards the end with few moving scenes and the late Robin Williams saying goodbye with a smile. Just a time pass fantasy ride with much less adventure.
Rating : 2.5 / 5

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