Reviews and Problems with Night At The Museum 2: Battle Of The Smithsonian
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Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Blu-ray Review
3 January 2010
Excerpt: The Movie Former night watchman Larry Daley (Ben Stiller, the hardest-working man in Hollywood comedy?) is now a rich, successful inventor, who hasn't had much time lately to visit his old friends at the Museum of Natural History.
Conclusion: This follow-up to the wildly successful 'Night at the Museum' is twice the size in scope and cast. Unfortunately, 'Battle of the Smithsonian' lacks twice the laughter and enchantment, placing more effort on the action and effects rather than the very wonderment of seeing museum exhibits come to...
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Review
3 December 2009
Excerpt: Hank Azaria should be the lead star on the poster for Night at the Museum : Battle of the Smithsonian . He plays Kah Mun Rah, an Egyptian king brought back to life thanks to the same stone tablet used in the first film.
Excerpt: You know how animated movies of a certain ilk will hire a lot of famous funny people to do voices, hoping to entertain adults but somehow sucking out everything that makes those famous people appealing to begin with?
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Movie Review
21 May 2009
Summary: Along with the addition of Amy Adams as a spunky Amelia Earhart, moving the action to the Smithsonian (and ignoring any concerns about believability) brings this goofy sequel to life like a wax sculpture of Teddy Roosevelt.
Excerpt: One justification for the heap of cultural garbage that was the first Night At The Museum is that it got kids interested in museums; after the film’s release, the Museum Of Natural History in New York enjoyed a 20 percent spike in visitors.
Excerpt: "Night at the Museum 2" is an unfunny, unimaginative story devoid of any of the creativity and charm of its predecessor. Outstanding visuals are buried beneath a sprawling mess of a screenplay, as a mish-mash of gimmicky characters spend the entire movie running, babbling and slapping their way...