Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Movie Review: Secret of the Tomb Revelations!
How much fun can you anticipate in seeing the installment of Night of the Museum pretty much sums up how you first seen the original in 2006, and its follow romp with ‘Battle of the Smithsonian’ will be indeed another entertaining film to catch this coming weekend as most would be dazzled with the spectacle visual effects that’ comes with it.
Tribute to Mickey and Robin
For this third and final installment it might carry more weight than the two previous films as two veteran actors last appearance will be in this very film. Mickey Rooney a legend has been in films more than 7 decades of his career who passed away in April 2014, while Robin Williams the hyperactive comedic genius left us in August 2014.
This film is a toast to the two talented actors that made Night of the Museum complete and something fans who followed them should treasure their performance for the last time. ‘Secret of the Tomb’ will give you something to anticipate seeing Mickey’s appearance and Robin’s Teddy Roosevelt for the last time.
New Faces and Surprises
Night at the Museum originally was inspired from a children’s book and maybe not everyone would have known it would become a trilogy like Back to the Future or even Star Wars that it had its own voice that inspired from previous films before.
There are scenes you should keep an eye out from and it’s going to be laugh trip for the whole family. Previous characters from the original 2006 film make a brief appearance as well as some definite surprises.
Rebel Wilson, Dan Stevens, Rachel Harris, Madeline Phelps, Andrea Martin, and Ben Kingsley join the cast, while Skyler Gisondo takes the role of Nicky Daley the son of Larry who was originally portrayed by Jake Cherry in the two previous films.
Visually Entertaining and Fabulously Fun
Overall Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb makes its final installment in bringing these characters to life. It was entertaining, fun, and great to see them for the very last time. You’ll definitely catch up with Larry and the rest of the gang from the Museum of Natural History opening in Philippine cinemas on January 8, 2015 from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros. Picture Studios.
Rated: 3.5 Out 5 Stars