Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb: REVIEW

What began as a fresh and creative idea in 2006 has been stretched thin over a couple of forced sequels in the Night at the Museum franchise. There’s a bunch of dumb fun to be had, and the kids will enjoy it, but the newest Museum is hardly inspired, and had the potential to be a lot more heartfelt and hilarious than it is.

Watching this third Night at the Museum will bring a few good chuckles, but also a sense of disappointment – it’s always a bit frustrating to watch a number of A-level comic actors get together to do C-level comedy.

But despite its recycled gags, Night at the Museum’s final outing is still noteworthy for serving as a fitting tribute to comic legend Robin Williams in his final performance.

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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is rated PG for rude humor and mild action. 

© Matt Tory, 2014. 

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: REVIEW

Stop Dreaming. Start Living. 

If “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” was a woman, I would marry her.

Inspiring, beautiful, quirky and clever, “Mitty” makes me laugh and makes me cry. It challenges me to look at the world differently, helps me appreciate life more, and gives me hope for the future. 

Is it perfect? Maybe not.
But hey, that’s marriage.

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