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Night at the Museum (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Movie Cash)

Shawn Levy, Owen Wilson, Ricky Gervais | Theatrical release: 2006 | Rating: PG (MPAA)
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Ben Stiller plays Larry Daley, a down-on-his-luck divorced father in this family-friendly tale directed by Shawn Levy (JUST MARRIED, CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN). Larry has lots of ideas and dreams, but none of them come to fruition. In an attempt to prove his stability to his ex-wife (Kim Raver) and his son, Nicky (Jake Cherry), Larry accepts a job as a night guard at the Museum of Natural History. But the elderly night guards who hire him (played by entertainment legends Mickey Rooney, Dick Van Dyke, and Bill Cobbs) fail to mention one crucial detail: when the museum is closed, everything inside comes to life. From Attila the Hun to miniature Roman soldiers, African mammals to Neanderthal men, and Egyptian mummies to dinosaur skeletons, the museum teems with lively activity. Now it's Larry's job to control the mayhem and show his son that he is, indeed, a great man after all.There might be a moral to this story, which is based on the book of the same name by Milan Trenc, but the screenplay and action remain light and breezy. Stiller is perfect as Larry, particularly in scenes with a sneaky monkey who repeatedly gets the better of him. Brief appearances by Anne Meara (Stiller's real-life mother) and Paul Rudd add to the fun. Carla Gugino plays a museum docent, Ricky Gervais portrays the incomprehensible museum director, and Robin Williams moonlights as a wax figure of Teddy Roosevelt that comes to life. Owen Wilson and Steve Coogan are particularly amusing as a bickering miniature cowboy and a Roman soldier.

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  • Edition: Movie Cash
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 024543420965

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Genre:Comedies
Format:Blu-ray Disc
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Editorial reviews

"[A]miable, painless and quite capable of entertaining the kids."
Sight and Sound - Andrew Osmond (03/01/2007)

3 stars out of 5 -- "A likeable comic fantasy for the family....You'll be admiring the craftsmanship of this visual CG feast..."
Ultimate DVD - David Richardson (05/01/2007)

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Created: 05/27/07

Good Family Movie !

My pre-teen son, my wife and I viewed this last night on DVD, as this was not one we caught at the theater.

Ben Stiller played Larry Daley, a divorced father in this story directed by Shawn Levy.

I kind of felt for Larry, being a divorced dad myself. Larry had lots of ideas and dreams, but had a hard time getting them to come into being.

He is about to be evicted from his apartment in Brooklyn, so he accepts a job as a night guard at the Museum of Natural History. This would prove his stablility to his son and ex-wife who doesn't want him to see his son until he is more firmly rooted.

The strangest thing is that the elderly night guards who hire him ,(played by Mickey Rooney, Dick Van Dyke, and Bill Cobbs), fail to mention one major plot twist! At night when the museum is closed, everything inside comes to life!

No kidding! From Attila the Hun to miniature Roman soldiers, animals, a dinosaur skeleton, Teddy Roosevelt, Lewis & Clark, to Columbus, it is a big party at night!

As the new night watchman it’s Larry’s job to control the night festivities and show his son that he is more than an ordinary man after all.

Carla Gugino plays the female lead. Robin Williams is hilarious as always, this time as a wax figure of Teddy Roosevelt. Owen Wilson is a standout as a bickering miniature cowboy!

Good family fun! Good for a rental, and possibly for your Family Film Library if you are a Ben Stiller or Owen Wilson fan!

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Created: 02/29/08

Night at the Museum (2007, Blu-ray Disc)

Review For: Night at the Museum (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Movie Cash)

Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) is a divorced father unable to keep a job. Desperate to keep his son Nick (Jake Cherry)in his life, he takes a job at the Museum of Natural History as a night guard.

The three older, and soon to be unemployed, night guards, Cecil (Dick Van Dyke), Gus (Mickey Rooney), and Reginald (Bill Cobbs), give him an instruction manual and some exit advice: leave some of the lights on, don't let anything "in...or out", Once night comes, Larry freaks out when the museum exhibits come to life and he barely makes it through the night. The Theodore Roosevelt(Robin Williams)exhibit helps him restore order, explaining that ever since an Egyptian tablet was brought to the museum everything comes to life each night. However, if the exhibits are outside of the museum at sunrise, they turn to dust. The rest of the movie consists of the wild antics of the various exhibits as they clash with each other and Larry.

Larry learns history, re-establishes his relationship with Nick, and makes freinds with his charges in a series of wild escapades with lots of sight gags - the T-rex fossil attempting to drink from the water fountain, for example - and the scenery is rich and filmed well. The dark museum is a perfect Blu-ray meduim - you see lots of detail in spite of the dim lighting in the movie scenes. There is no offensive language to speak of and all ages will like this movie - one of the few that you can sit down with a 4 yerar old, a 40 year old and an 84 year old and all will get a few good laughs.

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Created: 04/19/07

A VERY FUNNY FAMILY MOVIE

Night at the Museum is a movie about unemployed Larry (Ben Stiller) and him desperately wanting the respect of his 10 year-old son. Larry takes a job at the Museum of Natural History to try to gain some stability and keep a place close to his son. When Larry decides he finally wants to make this job stick, he uses clever and interesting ways to keep the peace and destruction down to a minimum. The “advice ridden” and responsible presence of Robin Williams was great. Robin was toned down and believably smitten with Sacagawea. The film is filled with excellent CGI museum displays running amuck and wandering the halls. There was so much to see I’m sure the family will enjoy this movie much more upon DVD re-viewing. In the theater, my 6 year-old son cheered aloud when he saw Owen Wilson (Shanghi Knights, Shanghi Noon, Cars) as a cowboy with his feelings on his sleeve. With him was Steve Coogan (Around the World in 80 Days) and also present briefly is Paul Rudd (Clueless). I have to admit that the presence of an actor named Ricky Gervais as the Museum director seemed to have a “cameo feel” I just didn’t get. He received way too much screen time and attention, especially for someone I had no idea who he was, coupled with the fact that he was totally unfunny and a bad actor to boot… well, it was painful to watch. The three old guys playing the former security guards were just that, the director could have saved some money and cast just one, although hearing Micky Rooney (The Black Stallion) calling Ben Stiller “butterscotch” was pretty funny. I missed the chemistry between Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller present in their other movies (Zoolander, Meet the Parents), probably due to the fact that because of the special effects, neither really shared screen time. Owen and Steve did sneak in some funny references to other movies that the kids definitely won’t (probably for the best, shouldn’t) catch. Don’t forget this is a FAMILY film and you will like this movie.

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Created: 08/15/07

Definitely a family movie...

Review For: Night at the Museum (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Movie Cash)

This is definitely a FAMILY MOVIE meaning that kids will probably like it and adults will probably be bored with it- I know that after the first 20 minutes or so my husband and I both were... Ben Stiller plays a divorced, unemployed father who desperately wants to earn the respect of his 10 year old son and just cannot seem to compete with his ex-wife's new husband. He accepts a job at the museum of natural history as a night guard and quickly realizes that the job entails more than he bargained for. All the displays in the museum come to life after midnight, which is problematic as not all of the displays cohabitate well together (i.e. the cowboys and Indians fight, the wild animals are dangerous and so forth). Stiller is desperate to keep the job because he wants to show his son that he is capable of following through. Therefore, he attempts to devise a plan to help all the displays live peacefully together. Robin Williams, one of the museum's displays, serves as the voice of reason throughout Stiller's nightime tribulations and gives him inside advice about the basic needs of each of the museum displays.

In short, an interesting concept (a museum coming to life), good special effects, okay acting, fun for the kids but not quite enough wit to equally entertain the parents. This lack of "wit" is probably what makes it a good FAMILY MOVIE, as what entertains adults the most are things that are probably not appropriate for children anyway... Recognize it for what it is... watch it with the kids and watch them have a good time... that's really what it's all about anyway...

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Created: 04/29/07

Where History Comes Alive

Ben Stiller plays Larry Daly, a divorced dad who has had many different careers as well as apartments in New York. He can't seem to hold down a 'real' job, and is faced with the prospect of moving again, his car is immobilized with a Boot, and his ex-wife, wanting more stability for their son, wants him to grow up. To prevent him moving to Queens, he takes a job at a the Museum of Natural History; replacing the 3 older night guards who are being downsized. As he assumes his responsibilities, he receives the "instruction manual" on what to do, and the order to do it in. Soon, after a nap, Larry wakes up to find the T-Rex Skeleton getting a drink from the bubbler, he meets Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Attila the Hun, Sacagawea, Christopher Columbus, Dexter the monkey, cavemen searching for fire, Civil war figures that come to life, and a giant talking Easter island head that loves chewing gum. The story goes that in the 50's when the pharoah Akmen-Rah was brought to the exhibit with his most prized possession, the tablet of Akmen-Rah, that night the entire museum came alive, and every night since. Larry, only wanting the love of his son, brings him to the museum one night, and uncovers and foils a plot by the 3 downsized former night guards to steal the Tablet, as they also get 'new life' at night. Larry rallys the entire museum to save the tablet, and in the process, unites all the exhibits to become friends. This was an excellent family movie, and the visual effects are top-notch. I took my 6 year old daughter to see it in the theatre, without even having seen a preview for it, and she absolutely loved it. I highly recommend this as a Must See family film. Enjoy, and don't forget the popcorn. Samantha's Daddy

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