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Read ActingHour’s Lydia Kay’s review of Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb


19 December 2014

"As a whole it was a very enjoyable watch and certainly a worthy sequel to the franchise"

The third Night at the Museum instalment is on par with the first film, which is fantastic after Night at the Museum 2 (which was saved mostly by Amy Adams as Amelia Earhart). With Ben Stiller returning to the role of Larry Daley, the museum night guard, we follow a storyline that is simple yet effectively done.

With the magic fading the stakes are high for Larry to find the secret that will keep our favourite museum exhibits coming to life every night, and a trip to London is on the cards. One of the best scenes is the simple one where they all ride on the back seats of a London bus, and keep your eyes on Sir Lancelot’s (Dan Stevens) nose because that will certainly get you laughing! In fact Stevens was brilliant, giving a very strong performance. It is funny and carries the same humour that made the first film popular and that is guaranteed wherever Jedediah and Octavius (played by Owen Wilson and Steve Coogan) appear on screen together. They are the perfect double act, albeit a tiny one! It was also good to see the return of Ricky Gervais.

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