Night at the Museum:  Secret of the tomb.

Upon learning that the museum’s magic is disappearing, night watchman Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) sets out on an epic quest to the British Museum in London to save his friends one last time.

Night at the Museum: Secret of the tombs see’s a return in most of the original cast including the late great Robin Williams but I’m afraid if you’ve seen one of these films you’ve seen them all. It’s just the same old story just in a different country, saying that it’s still quite entertaining with lots of quirky humour for a so called last instalment in the series.  What does grate on the nerves a little is that the only British heroic figure the writers could come up with was Sir Lancelot, obviously no one could be bothered to do there research.

See if you liked: The other Night of the Museum films.

Dumb and Dumber To.

In need of a new kidney and having learned that he has a long-lost daughter, dimwit Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels) snaps his equally cretinous pal, Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey), out of an apparent fugue state to accompany him on a journey to find her. The witless wonders criss-cross the country using whatever mode of transportation they can find, ultimately arriving at the one place on Earth where they least belong: a summit of the world’s most brilliant minds.

A tired story line, poorly delivered pathetic jokes and incredibly bad acting makes for a poor instalment to this franchise. I’ve struggled to find a positive about this film and I’ve finally found one, the minute the closing credits crept onto the screen.

Full Review here:

See if you liked: The other Dumb and Dumber films.

MY PICK OF THE WEEK: NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM (Well there really wasn’t much to choose from)