Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

Published April 13, 2015

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

Film info

  • Title Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
  • Director Shawn Levy
  • Year 2014
  • Run time 1hr 38m
  • Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Family, Adventure
  • Tagline One final night to save the day

Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night At The Museum ever as Larry (Ben Stiller) spans the globe, uniting favourite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.

Background info

Title: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Director: Shawn Levy Year: 2014 Run time: 1hr 38m

Live blog

2:56 - “What do you do? You fall right into it!” 5:10 - Yeah, dum-dum! 7:57 - Texas hell-yeah. 12:43 - So, that’s a monkey riding a tiger. As you do. 15:24 - “That’s the sound, it will haunt my dreams.” 25:14 - I wonder if they knew what they were doing when they came up with “London Calling.” 30:26 - That box is like the TARDIS. 33:40 - Kinda cute pig boar thing on the wall. 41:07 - Monkey with an iPhone around its waist. Mmhmm. 54:04 - No time for the big speech Lancelot. 55:38 - Religious conversations with Ancient Egyptians is interesting! 59:30 - “His eyes are very blue!” Those two are genius. 1:00:59 - Fight scene within an optical illusion is brilliant! 1:04:19 - “I’m making sketches of you right now in my mind!” 1:07:16 - Did they really just say cor blimey? 1:09:35 - Loving the musicals thing. 1:11:55 - “He’s doing his Wolverine thing.” AHHH, amazing. 1:24:20 - Monkey kiss is supposed to be sweet but is mostly gross? 1:31:02 - Dirty Dancing reference.


At this point in the trilogy, you’re into the traditional formula with the plot based around the theme - people don’t quite believe in the magic that brings museum pieces to life, but then there is something risking their future, Ben Stiller comes to the rescue, and it all works out with a party at the end.

That doesn’t mean it’s a bad film though, there are enough nods to the familiar alongside new things (Rebel Wilson and Lancelot). Also the Hugh Jackman thing was brilliant. You know exactly what you’re getting with the film, so as long as you sit back and enjoy the ride, then there aren’t really any complaints.

Rating: 4/5.

Rating: 4 / 5

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