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  • That's a simple breakdown of the plot, but it's much more interesting than that

    • by Lacie

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      I don’t watch many movies; usually when I watch a movie more than once it ends up being a favorite that I want to own. Night At the Museum is a perfect example. This is by far one of the funniest, cutest movies I’ve seen; there’s nothing questionable, it’s perfectly safe for children, adults will still find it amusing, and the special

      effects are amazing! This is one of the few movies I was eager to get on DVD so I could watch it over and over again.

      Man goes to museum to get a job as a night watchman. Strange things start happening. Everything comes to life. Man has to prepare himself for odd occurrences at the museum. An important item gets stolen. Everything in the museum is in peril. Along with some unlikely friends, man saves museum and villains get punished. That’s a simple breakdown of the plot, but it’s much more interesting than that.

      The characters are lovable, and you even feel sorry for the mannequin who comes to life as Attila the Hun. One of the strongest characters is Teddy Roosevelt (well,

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      the mannequin that represents him and assumes his characteristics after coming to life), and the two “mini men,” Octavius and Jedediah (who represent the Ancient Rome and the Old West dioramas) provide some of the funniest dialogue. The actors in Night At the Museum, especially Ben Stiller in the lead role, did a great job.

      It’s hard to find a movie these days

      that’s safe to watch with kids. Of course there are some grossly funny parts - as with every drama-comedy - but nothing inappropriate. The movie is fast-paced, interesting, well-written, and definitely a unique movie among all the cookie-cutter plots out there. The end song is *very* danceable . . . it’s a catchy tune that makes even the ending of the movie fun!

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