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All Hollywood movies have one thing in common. They have the special ability to make past eras of history, rich, poignant and interesting. That is the premise of this film, "A Night at The Museum." It is the simple story of a father, Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) who has developed a strained relation with his son. The boy, like most children wishes his bond with his father was more secure. Instead, Larry dreams of becoming an over-night success with his wild 'get rich' schemes. In doing so he puts in jeopardy the custody of his son. To remedy this situation, Larry takes a job as a night-watchman at a museum. Unbeknownst to him, three aging guards, Cecil, Gus and Reginald (Dick Van Dyke, Mickey Rooney and Bill Cobbs) do not inform him of their larcenous intentions, nor of the 'Special' magic which descends upon the place each night. Because of the three aging veterans of Hollywood and a well-placed Robin Williams, this movie is destined for Classic status. Due to the incredible artistry of special Effects, what the viewer sees is nothing short of wondrous. This is a fantastic movie. If pressed to find a flaw in the film, I'd say, I would have chosen someone like, Jim Carey or Michael Richards for the father/son scenes as Mr. Stiller was a bit artificial. Still, the movie is worth seeing as it is. ****
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For years, I avoided watching "Night at the Museum" because, to put it frankly, it looked rather dumb to me. Well, in hindsight, I guess I was a bit dumb, as the film is a marvelous family picture...far, far better than I'd imagined.The story is ridiculous. But the way it's constructed, combined with nice acting, you really don't mind. A loser divorced dad, Larry (Ben Stiller) has just lost yet another job and his son, not surprisingly, isn't particularly proud of his ne'er do well father. When Larry gets a job working as a night watchman at a natural history museum, it looks like he'll soon quit as well because the museum has a strange and unexpected problem. It seems that an Egyptian artifact in the building has a strange curse....it brings all the creatures and characters to life every night! So, it's not surprising that Larry wants to quit...but because of his son, he sticks with it longer. So what's next? Well, likely you won't predict it!The acting and direction are lovely...just lovely. There are many characters who are just fun and enjoyable...and the script, though mega-weird, is also a lot of fun. I particularly like that it's a film kids will love...but so will their parents, who won't feel like they're being drug to 'just a kids film'. Well worth seeing and so much fun.
Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) is an unemployed divorced father of Nick. He is a complete loser and feels he's losing his son. He gets a night watchman job at the Museum of Natural History. Only there is a magical golden tablet of Ahkmenrah that brings all the objects in the museum to life.The CG is pretty good. Ben Stiller is OK as the lead. There are a lot of great comedic talents here, but they are mostly wasted. Dick Van Dyke, Bill Cobbs, and Mickey Rooney are playing against type. They could definitely be used more effectively elsewhere. Steve Coogan and Owen Wilson are the two standouts who make a great comedy duo.It's obvious where this movie is aimed at. It's an inoffensive movie with a lot of visual gags. As a family movie, it works but only on that level.
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This Saturday, November 2nd, the 16th night at the museum is held in Buenos Aires. More than 280 museums and government buildings are opening their doors for free. We made a list of the must-visit museums in Buenos Aires.
He teams up with the other exhibits to host an event to cause the re-opening of the Hayden Planetarium. During the preparations, one of the exhibits reveals to him that a new Neanderthal model that resembled Larry was being commissioned by the museum. Ironically, the Neanderthal is named Laaa and chooses to see Larry as his father.
The Annual Open House for Military was held at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, August 25, 2016. Cade Corbin, son of Major Rebecca Corbin, student at Air Command and Staff College makes a print using the interactive setting at the museum. (US Air Force photo by Bud Hancock)
ACSC student Major Nathan Olsen and daughter Olivia look over an expressionist style-painted toy race track, at the MMFA Military Appreciation night, September 25, 2016. (US Air Force photo by Bud Hancock)
Royal Air Force Group Captain Paul Taylor, his wife Angela, and daughter Olivia view a painting at the MMFA Military Appreciation night, September 25, 2016. Group Captain Taylor is a student at the Air War College.. (US Air Force photo by Bud Hancock)
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts hosted their 21st annual military appreciation night, September 25, 2016. Military families from around the river region were in attendance to enjoy the exhibits, a catered dinner, and live music the museum provided as a way to thank the military members and families for their service and sacrifice.
"We value the contributions made by the Maxwell and Gunter communities. This family-oriented activity allows us the opportunity to express our gratitude for the commitment and sacrifices made by our military neighbors and friends," said Mark Johnson, Director of the museum.
"Seeing the exhibits at the museum really reminded me of how serving this nation preserves the freedoms of expression that allow these artists to pursue their passions," said Col. Eric Shafa, 42nd Air Base Wing Commander, "The entire museum staff was very welcoming to the military members and families, as is the entire River Region, and I'd just like to let them know how much their support is appreciated."
I really enjoyed "Night at the Museum" and it has been followed (so far) by two sequels. "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" is the second sequel...as well as the weakest of the three films. However, it is also enjoyable and isn't a bad time passer.When the story begins, the characters in the museum begin acting oddly...and it seems to be related to a weird green fungus. This green substance is growing on the magic Egyptian device that bestows life on the characters in the museum....and so Larry (Ben Stiller) packs up a few of his museum friends and heads to the British Museum to find out why...and what to do about the magical device.The story is okay. But what I found a bit odd was the ending. Instead of just ending, the film seemed to go on and on....as if it just didn't know where and how to end the film. As a result, the story dragged and wasn't able to maintain the momentum you see in the other films.
Really enjoyed the first 'Night at the Museum'. Was less taken with the second, though that was more a mixed feelings sort film rather than a bad one. While not particularly well received, there was interest as to how the third 'Night at the Museum' film would fare and how the trilogy would end. Also the cast are too good to resist. 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' to me didn't turn out to be terrible. Not great, or particularly good, but it is watchable enough and like the second film in being a mixed feelings sort of film. Where does it fare compared to the previous two films? It is for me the weakest of the three and indicative that the series had run its course. It does have enough to warrant a one-time watch, with the special effects and the cast being the best assets.The special effects are all round terrific, elaborate without being overblown and it was clear a lot of effort went into them. The museum setting provides a good atmosphere and all the different historical and such settings and attention to detail are attractive and again a lot of effort went into them. The score is rousing and there are amusing moments as well as thrilling ones.Ben Stiller makes the most out of his material and works hard to make it work. Dan Stevens is a quite exuberant addition as Lancelot, Ricky Gervais is fun and it was interesting seeing Rami Malek and Ben Kingsley together (Malek doesn't quite out-act Kingsley but more than holds his own). Dick Van Dyke and Mickey Rooney (in his final film) make nice small appearances, but other than Stevens the best performance comes from Robin Williams in a performance that's funny and somewhat moving. The monkey is also a scene stealer and just about avoids falling into distaste and the digs and references are quite nice.However, the dialogue tends to be forced and too many of the jokes suffer from fatigue. Larry was written with much more enthusiasm before, he is not particularly interesting here, despite some well-intentioned if cloying father-son development, and he is made to act like too much of an idiot in other places. Owen Wilson and Steve Coogan try too hard and have been much funnier and better used elsewhere, while Rebel Wilson is just irritating. The direction is not as assured.It's the story that comes off worst. It is very tired and predictable, and that is evident in lacklustre pacing and too many been there done that elements, including conflict that is too obvious too early. There is a sense of trying to do too much, hence why things feel muddled, and the characters are too many, some not always relevant. Structurally it feels cobbled together, while the final third is incredibly rushed and over-the-top and culminates in an ending where the sentimentality is too hard to stomach.Concluding, watchable but also rather lacking. 5/10 Bethany Cox