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Night at the Museum DVD Review

Night at the Museum DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews Night at the Museum, starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. Get more information on the DVD right here!

He's dodged balls and male models, but now he's dodging cavemen and running for his life from wild animals. Check out Ben Stiller's latest flick, Night at the Museum, right here!


Night at the Museum - A Magical Museum

Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) is a dead-beat dad who can't hold down a job. In order to save himself from yet another eviction and the disappointment of his son, he signs on to be the new night guard at the Museum of Natural History to replace the three old guards. Larry thinks the job's going to suck, but things are never what they appear to be. The museum's stuffed and waxed residents aren't... well, stuffed and waxed!

Night at the Museum - Coming to Life

On his first night, Larry discovers that the museum comes to life at night! When Teddy Roosevelt (played by Robin Williams), Atilla the Hun, Roman gladiators, Christopher Columbus, cowboys, cavemen and the skeleton of a T-Rex spring to life, Larry is ready to quit, but he realizes he can learn some valuable life lessons from these historical figures. Some of the funniest scenes in the movie include Ben Stiller getting into a slap-fest with a mischievous monkey and making the cruel Attila cry like a baby! But the fun and games come to a screeching halt when Larry learns that the three senior guards have more on their minds than keeping the building safe, leaving the museum and its statues in jeopardy.

Night at the Museum - DVD Features

Get ready for even more laughs with the Night at the Museum DVD! With this two-disc special edition you'll get eight deleted scenes, a blooper reel, several featurettes on the making of the movie (including a segment on training monkeys for the flick) and a cool interactive game you can play on your computer!

Night at the Museum - Bottom Line

Ben Stiller is great. Period. He brings just the right amount of subtle humor to his character to make Night at the Museum an entertaining success. Although it's not his funniest flick, you'll still find yourself laughing out loud and even learn a history lesson or two along the way. Make sure you catch it with your friends and family over the holidays!


Night at the Museum Rating: 5

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EndlessDream
EndlessDream posted in Movies:
Well, in the comics he does die and Batman does kill him with kryptonite ( That's Superman's only weakness.) Because Superman turns bad because of red kryptonite. But that's like waaayyyy after the Justice League.
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I agree with you!
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I agree!
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Movies:
I don't think that Superman's dead. He's famous for so many years and did so many great things. He is the most popular superhero DC because he is the greatest. There's always a happy ending.
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ValenciaRose
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"EndlessDream" wrote:No. Obviously they need Superman for the Justice League. :) he moved in the corpse I swear o.o or the camera zoomed in on it at the end, obviously suggesting something. if the movies are in order we should find out yet i'm sure they are gonna need him for the upcoming movies. after all superheroes are, like, immortal.
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