“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” Movie Review
Investigating, Larry sees that the golden tablet that came to museum with Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek) is tarnishing, but, Ahkmenrah does not know how to fix it. If the Tablet can’t be fixed, the night life at the museum will come to an end. Only Ahkmenrah’s father, Merenkahre (Ben Kingsley), knows the secret of the Tablet, but he is in a Museum in London (the tomb discoverers split their findings between the two museums).
Larry arranges for he, Ahkmenrah, and the Tablet to travel to the London Museum to learn the secret of the Tablet. When Larry and the box containing Ahkmenrah arrive in London, Larry opens the box and out comes the entire cast of characters from the previous movies!
You know this is going to be a fun night at the London museum!
“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” is a rollicking fun movie every bit as good as the first two, if not better. The touching goodbye near the end of the movie to Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams) brought tears to my eyes as they were really saying goodbye to Williams without knowing it. This is also the last role, I believe, for Mickey Rooney.
Night at the Museum 3 is great fun for the whole family. No f-words and plenty of laughs including when Jedediah (Owen Wilson) and Octavious (Steve Coogan) respond to a video online. LOL.
Drive Safe! Never Forget.