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The last and worst in a series way to dependent on toilet humor. There is nothing new going on, and everyone seems board.
Better then the last one but still a let down. Guess there's not much you can do once the magic is all gone.
The storytelling is brilliant. It also have great jokes and hilarious moments. Amazing production design, costumes and properties. The historical & natural figures, references, and knowledge in the movie are very interesting. Great performances by Ben Stiller as Larry Daley and Laaa, Robin Williams as Theodore Roosevelt,Owen Wilson as Jedediah, Ricky Gervais as Dr. McPhee, Dan Stevens as Sir Lancelot, Rebel Wilson as Tilly, Rami Malek as Ahkmenrah, Patrick Gallagher as Attila the Hun, Mizuo Peck as Sacagawea, Ben Kingsley as Merenkahre, Dick Van Dyke as Cecil Fredericks, and Crystal the Monkey as Dexter. The characters designs by Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant are perfect. The character development is amazing. Beautiful cameo from Hugh Jackman. Perfect movie for family and children. It is fun, entertaining and hilarious. The score is very beautiful. Great lessons: friendship, parenting, and humility. It is the best movie in the trilogy which completes it: the first movie gives relevant introduction about the tablet and characters, the second movie tells more adventure about them, and the last movie gives beautiful complete background about the tablet and ending to the character. The visual effects need improvement (T-rex, statues, animals). The actor who played Nick Daley was recast.
The second one is still the best, but this is a very fitting ending to the trilogy and a great final performance from Robin Williams (RIP) Robin, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Mizuo Peck, Rami Malik, and Ricky Gervais wrap up their characters with a touching and satisfying ending to their Magical Museum adventures that started 8 years ago. Rebel Wilson, Dan Stevens, and Sir Ben Kingsley were also good in their respective roles as the newer characters. also Dick Van Dike, Mickey Rooney (RIP) and Bill Cobbs also return to cameo.
This concept it so simple and fun that I don't mind that they just kept on pluggin.
So bad, but at least it was funny
I am not sure if we need another on of these but we got one. This one seems like the same old thing.
The weakest of the series. But still a good time.
Slight improvement over its predecessor, but loaded with a predictable plot.