Reviews and Problems with Night At The Museum 2: Battle Of The Smithsonian
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11 January 2015
Summary: A much better movie than its predecessor that brings all the great stuff from the first and adds even more! With an even better story than the last one, it's going to be hard to go back to the original after viewing this!
Summary: The first film was far from spectacular, but it was tolerable and a bit of fun to watch. I came across the second movie when it was shown on television and its terrible. It has been done once and wasn't brilliant, the producers really shouldn't have bothered with number two.
Summary: I really liked the first Night at the Museum, not bowled over, but very entertained. It had great special effects and it was great to see childhood legend Dick Van Dyke again. I was looking forward to this sequel, hoping for the same sort of entertainment.
Poorly manufactured sequel that stays bearable with a few good characters
8 January 2010
Summary: The first "Night at the Museum" worked despite conventions for a few reasons, but the main one was that it eased into its premise of museum exhibits coming to life and didn't take it for granted like "Night of the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian" does.
Summary: The reason why I went to watch this is because the first one was such a good family movie. It has humour, suspense, slight action and in depth plot and twist. The sequel unfortunately is far from that.
Summary: I thought the first one was great, but felt the second one was in a foot race to show as many of the old characters and new ones as fast as possible and get to the end. But then again, when are sequels ever as good? Let me take that back, Terminator 2 was awesome. And Lord of the Rings.
Summary: Did nobody notice the editing problem? Custer started off out in the warehouse. Then, he was locked inside the crate with the money and the tablet BEFORE the sun went down. Then, he was rescuing Larry Daley with the motor cycle and side car. Then, he was locked inside the crate again.
Summary: Well, it's been 3 years since we had the comedy hit Night at the Museum, naturally they went for a sequel to either make more money or spill the story for what it's worth. Eh, I pick all of thee above.