Night at the Museum: Escape from the Smithsonian Sneak Peek
By 20th Century Fox
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Night at the Museum: Escape from the Smithsonian is now in theaters! Get this exclusive sneak peek now available on iTunes! It's a new "Night" and "Museum" for Ben Stiller, who is joined by several other stars from the original film, as well as new characters from history -- including Amy Adams as famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart. Owen Wilson is back as cowboy Jedediah, and Robin Williams again rides into history as Teddy Roosevelt. The centerpiece of the film will be bringing to life the Smithsonian. No major film has ever shot inside the Smithsonian in Washington…until Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.
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I just saw this movie today. And it's the best summer movie (so far - Harry Potter may just top this.). First, it's got wonderful actors. Ricky Gervais...Owen Wilson...Amy Adams...and of course, Robin Williams. Not to mention the star of the show, Ben Stiller. Second, all of the villains are totally unique and new. First, you've got that Egyptian guy (his name's escaped me). Then, there's Ivan the Terrible, who isn't so terrible - he's the self-proclaimed Ivan the Awesome. Then, you've got the legendary Al Capone, in wonderful black-and-white (I actually thought he was John Dillinger, like Johnny Depp in his new movie Public Enemies, for a while. :) ) Then...my favorite...Napolean, the man in this clip. First, he's French - I love that language! Second, I fell in love with that hat (ever since I saw Les Miserables, I've loved that kind of hat). Third, he is the perfect antagonist...even though he's short. :) Third, and you may hear totally differently, this movie has a wonderful plot. Alright. So, you've got this crazy Egyptian king who believes he's come back from the dead. He wants to take over the world, but Larry's got to stop him, and fast, because the king's got Jedediah and their friends held captive. And, of course, there's a love interest - the snazzy Amelia Earhart. And everything's got to get closed up before sunup. What better story could there be? :) Fourth, the soundtrack is amazing. When I first saw the movie today, I thought that Trevor Rabin - the composer who did National Treasure 1 and 2 - had composed the score for this movie. Many of the themes are similar...but then I did some research and it turns out that Alan Silvestri (sp?) did the score. Wonderful music! All in all, this was a wonderful movie, a must-see.
I saw the movie and it was great! Funny. especially the brundon part. Worth watching. the people eho think its bad. You're wrong it's so not. if i could give it a million stars I would
NOT The "Bees Knees"
This was sucha a dissapointment. The first movie was original and somewhat belevable, but htis, honestly could have been much better. Custer was portrayed terribly, as well as Napolean and Ivan the Terrible. I know it's a comedy; but it wasn't very funny--at all. maybe laughed once. Amy Adam's was brilliant, though. A very good portrayal. I'm guessing this movie was designed specificly for a younger audience than the first. But, still, why not make it historicly accurate? The first one was...
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