This is the third and perhaps last of the "Night in the Museum" series, featuring Ben Stiller as Larry Daley, the night watchman at an American Museum of Natural History which comes to life each night. Much of the cast from the first two movies returns, along with a few new characters. In this outing, Larry discovers the magic tablet which animates the people and animals at the museum seems to be running out of juice. A couple of clues lead him to Cecil Fredericks (Dick Van Dyck), the former night watchman, who gives Larry a reason to go to London's British Museum.
The expedition to London turns into a madcap scramble around the British Museum, dodging its animals and characters come to life, through a performance of "Camelot" (featuring Hugh Jackman as King Arthur), and finally to a rooftop showdown over the tablet with Lancelot from the Knights of the Round Table (an excellent Dan Stevens). Along the way, Larry must deal with a teenage son who doesn't want to go to...
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is the third and final installment of this series where history is brought to life for both Adults and Children. In this last ride, the Tablet starts corroding with this green like stuff, Meanwhile Larry is in charge of the "Night Program" as shown at the end of the second and he's in charge of a type of dinner for Museum Sponsors and the press, the Tablet begins to further corrode and the Museum pieces suddenly come charging in and causing chaos, like Dexter slapping guests, Rexy chasing people, Atilla chopping Ice Sculptures and Teddy even threatening to shoot Larry and a bunch of other chaotic things. Later the whole gang says their sorry and they don't know what happened, Larry know realizing that the Tablet is malfunctioning, He asks Akmunrah to fix it but he tells Larry that he doesn't know how to fix it and the only person who might know is his father who's remains are in London. Larry and his son Nick (Who is Older in this) go to London,...
When I first saw "Night at the Museum" I thought it was stupid fun. That was eight years ago, if you can believe it, and the trilogy finally comes to a close with this final installment. As the passing of two key cast members demonstrates, the show really is over -- a decidedly adult conclusion to a kid-friendly franchise.
Who hasn't thought about museums coming to life? It was only in the past decade, when the special effects could keep up with our imaginations, that the concept was brought to the screen in glorious (and often cheesy) CGI. And who better to shepherd a franchise than Ben Stiller as Larry Daley, channeling his bitter snark into a family-friendly loser who is just trying to raise his kid right.
If you watch the first movie again...well, don't, because then you'll start to notice things -- the most egregious being the relentless characterization of Attila the Hun (Patrick Gallagher) as spouting gibberish. But never you mind, because...
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