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Very fun and imaginative fantasy romp, involving folks as varied as Amelia Earhart, Al Capone, and Lincoln's statue. Leave your sophistication at home for this one, and just enjoy the merry ride.
A fun movie filled with action and wit for the whole family to enjoy. Just love h ow playful these movies are! I especially love Hank Azaria's Boris Karloff accent!
Although it lacks screen time for certain characters this is still a fun sequel.
Un film buono. Meglio del primo. Non è perfetto ma fa la sua bella figura. Voto: 8
Too unoriginal for a sequel.
A good follow up sequel that has an interesting setting this time at the Smithsonian. Ben Stiller worked well Amy Adams who played Amelia Earhart and it is a lot of fun seeing more historical figures added in such as Napoleon Bonaparte and Al Capone.
Kids will enjoy the silliniess, but sadly the second visit to the Museum is sadly not smartly written, or clever enough for the older audience members.
The budget is more than big enough, the cast and characters are still fall out of your seat funny, and the best parts of the first film are effectively re-utilized in this sequel. However, as the critics reviews may suggest: the slapstick does get a little out of hand (and by a little, I mean more so than the preceding film), and the comedy isn't quite as fresh as it was with the original movie either, even though it's still welcome by all means, mostly because of the colorful new characters.
My grade for the film: a C+
Comedie was good but storyline a little boring in the first hour recommended to children
Funnier and more entertaining than the first one with still being clever and imaginative.