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Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy)

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  • Actors: Ben Stiller
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Dec 1 2009
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B002Q4GICW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,414 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: Blu-ray
"You know what that sound is?" ... "It's rhetorical!"

This is the ongoing saga of Larry the night guard and his little friends. In the sequel to "Night at the Museum," Larry Daley is now a successful entrepreneur. He is all but forgotten his museum buddies. They have been packed up for shipment to the Smithsonian. However, something has gone awry or a Rah, Kahmunrah that is. Will Larry be able to save his friends in the world from a certain evil being (Hank Azaria)? On the other hand, will he assist this being in using the Golden tablet to unleash the underworld?

To add to the complication it looks like Larry has found himself a new girl Amelia Earhart (Amy Adams.) However, she is not real and he does not know how to tell her this. Can anything good come from this relationship?

Sequels are hard to make sometimes they surpass the original at other times they are a pail reflection's. I am afraid the sequel is more of the same and adds nothing new to the saga of Larry the night guard. However, it is still fun to watch.

For those people interested in the technical I have only seen the Blu-Ray version and of course, this type of movie lends itself well to Blu-Ray for sights and sounds. One of the drawbacks is that you spend good money to avoid commercials yet this presentation had so many coming attractions that you forget what you are about tom watch.
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While there are some entertaining moments and a chance to see some of your favourite characters from the first movie, this one lacks the sparkle of the original and tastes a lot like cold leftovers -- similar to the meal you enjoyed last night but with a kind of off-putting flavour melded into each bite.
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Nowhere near the mark that the first one hit. We had trouble watching it to the end. The cast was great but they didn't have the script to match.
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Night at the Museum:Battle of the Smithsonian(released May/09)stars Ben Stiller as Larry Daley,Amy Adams as Amelia Earhart,Tess Owen Wilson as Jedediah,Hank Azaria as Kahmunrah,Robin Williams as Theodore Roosevelt and many others.This second entry is by far the weakest of the two films of this franchise so far.The film/story is really padded and edited poorly.
The story finds Stiller,now a successful businessman and having marketed for great profits his inventions.He has had little or no time for visiting his old job at the museum.With an upcoming possible deal with Wal-Mart,he decides to take a stroll down memory lane and go back to the museum on some down time.It seems many of the exhibits now are being shipped to the Smithsonian in Washington,DC,for storage,as the exhibits now will be interactive instead of passive.
Later that day Stiller receives a frantic call from one of the exhibits saying that the brother of the pharaoh in the Natural History Musuem,has come alive in storage in Washington,and wants to take over the world.Stiller rushes to Washington and infiltrates the storage areas down below the main halls.There he confronts brother Pharaoh who holds one of the exhibits captive,while Stiller and his new companion Amelia Earhart,must find the clue that unlocks the gold tablet.Stiller and Earhart travel through most of the exhibits and finally come upon bobble head Einsteins who tell him the answer.Brother Pharaoh has enlisted the help of Al Capone and Ivan the Terrible for his conquering plans.Stiller returns to the Pharaoh,and while the two argue over who gives in first,Capone and his posse arrive with the answer themselves.The gate is opened and in walk minions from the Egyptian underworld.In the nick of time Lincoln(of the Lincoln statue)comes in and sends them packing.
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This is a good movie. However, the characters weren't as developed and as funny as they were in the first movie. The story concept was good but the scenes in the movie didn't connect as well as they did in the first Night at the Museum. This movie lacked real-to-life inspirational moments that make a good comedy a great comedy.
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While the first Night at the Museum was no classic and let's be blunt the plot had more holes than swiss cheeze, this one carries it to an extreme. Hank Azaria steals this movie with his comic brilliance. As for the rest of the forgetable group, well it is truely forgetable. How does a wood and paper plane go through a reinforced stained glass window without a scratch anyway?
If you need a mindless kids movie and a nap this one's for you! If they do another sequel I say bring back the power-mad lisping Pharoah, maybe he can fight the Scorpion King?
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I love this series, made more dear by Robin Williams passing. This is a good end to the series. Sometimes sequels fail to live up to the plots before but this series does.

This movie doesn't have the intriguing mix of history quite like the others (particularly the first movie). Instead it gathers it's drama from the task at hand and the life-or death struggle that ensues.

Good watching for the whole family.
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My daughter loves this movie. We have the first one too and only at three years old my daughter gets in to the movie as well.
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