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Chaos reigns at the natural history museum when night watchman Larry Daley accidentally stirs up an ancient curse, awakening Attila the Hun, an army of gladiators, a Tyrannosaurus rex and other exhibits. Larry tries desperately to keep the museum under control, but he's fighting a losing battle until President Teddy Roosevelt comes to the rescue.
i didn't actually watch this tonight im just here to say CONGRATS ON UR EMMY RAW ME MALEK!!! REMEMBER WHEN U WERE IN THIS 10 YEARS AGO AS AHKMENRAH LMAO
Shawn Levy's "Night at the Museum" should not work at all. On the surface, it reads as a CGI-laden, lowest common denominator-targeting, overly kid-friendly adventure that may succeed at the box office while failing in terms of actual, memorable quality or spirit. Thankfully, the film shrugs off the ringing bells of soulless, corporate enterprise, and, though it may still be a CGI-laden, kid-friendly adventure, it is also a satisfyingly good ride.
The story revolves around Ben Stiller's put-upon dad who must secure a job in order to retain partial custody, not to mention the respect of, his son. Taking a position as a night watchmen at a natural history museum, Stiller's security guard watches as the displays come to life…
Oh look, it's the Ben Stiller Story Arc prancing around in a museum filled with poor CGI and lame humour.
Some campy good fun, and I like the inner, adventurous spirit-like approach this movie employs.
Unfortunately, a lot of the comedy is quickly dating (something Adam Sandler doesn't seem to be picking up on... someone tell him!) and the film isn't totally engaging for anyone over the age of 12, at times.
Ben Stiller is relatively charming, but mostly just plays himself. And hey, anything with a roman miniature in it can't be all that bad...
Some cheap fun, and has its moments.
One of those movies that you can't really call good but at the same time, it's relentlessly entertaining.
"Good Lord, Lawrence! Why are you slapping a monkey?"
Remembering Robin Williams Part 2
Even though it's not one of his more popular films, mostly because it's really a Ben Stiller film, Robin Williams is actually the scene stealer in this family film. In fact, this is actually probably close to one of my favorite family comedies in recent memory, because of the incredibly amount of comedic talent involved in the film. With the likes of Stiller, Mickey Rooney, Dick Van Dyke, Ricky Gervais, and of course Robin Williams, there's not a better display of different kinds of comedy in one single place. It's not perfect, but it's a fun two hour distraction, and better, it may make kids excited…
Good concept that actually works really well, the cast is great and the jokes are really funny.
While not technically good, it's a good premise for a kids movie and is mostly entertaining. I don't mind rewatching it from time to time.
Certainly not a cinematic masterpiece but it's fun and obviously rewatchable every so often if you have about 75% of your attention to give it.
mr. robot: origins
I cannot decide if this is simple good fun or terrible terribleness.
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owen wilson as a tiny cowboy is his best role
I AINT QUITTIN YOU
Alternate title: Now That's What I Call Post 9/11!
I love how 2000-2010 fashion and technology is already starting to…
the never ending NYC movie list.
feel free to add more if i missed any.