Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 47%
IMDb Rating 6 10 171153


Uploaded By: OTTO
August 04, 2012 at 10:29 PM



Rami Malek as Ahkmenrah
Amy Adams as Amelia Earhart
Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt
Ben Stiller as Larry Daley
750.41 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 9 / 113

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Holly Burns 1 / 10

Utter rubbish...

The first film was far from spectacular, but it was tolerable and a bit of fun to watch. I came across the second movie when it was shown on television and its terrible. It has been done once and wasn't brilliant, the producers really shouldn't have bothered with number two. The whole film is filled with terrible far-fetched acting. Every line just tries to include a joke that is not even remotely funny and frankly, leaves me with a blank expression on my face the whole time. The whole movie is just "trying too hard". Too see some pretty famous faces in it, is a shame as it is a real downfall in their career. i'm surprised I actually ended up watching the whole movie, maybe I was hoping it would get better. Evidently not! It is saying something when you are watching this movie with kids and they even turn round to you and say "Is this meant to be funny?" 1/10

Reviewed by Faith Marshall 8 / 10

Not the best movie, but better than credited for

This is a fun movie that the whole family should see! In the movie, the main characters from the museum travel to Washington DC, Larry unfortunately bringing the tablet with him, which brings everyone at the museum they're at to life. We have Amelia Earhart, played by Amy Adams, which I loved, as well as the statue of Abraham Lincoln coming to life. Unfortunately, the bad guy is rather annoying. There's some great humor, fortunately without the monkey doing any business.

I don't see how this has 5.9/10 stars. I've detected that on IMDb, 8/10 stars and up means the movie is superior; the range of 7/10 stars means it's great; and the range of 6/10 stars and under means it's bad. This movie isn't exactly a wonderful movie that you'll want to watch over and over again, but it's good and worth watching. It should be in the range of the late 6/10 stars or early 7/10 stars. If you haven't watched it, you should. It's worth a shot.

Reviewed by Filipe Neto 7 / 10

A fair sequel with good comedy moments.

This film is the sequel to "The Night at the Museum" and it happens time after the action of this film. Larry is now a successful man but is surprised by the renovation of the Natural History Museum, where he worked and made friendship with all the creatures and historical figures who are statues during the day and come alive at night. Thus, he will try to prevent his friends from spending the rest of their existence in crates at the Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC. Although it no longer has the novelty impact the first film had, this sequel honoured, most of the time, the previous film. It's humor explores well the way Larry seems to be in permanent disagreement with his new way of life as a businessman, though he cannot see it. The comedy and jokes follow, roughly, the model previously established but they still can be funny enough. The script gives great emphasis to Amelia Earhart, portrayed as fearless and adventurous, but the bad side of that is the great romantic interest between her and Larry, an involvement whose outcome, although romantic and moving, was very predictable and gives us the will to shout "what's the point?" Ben Stiller remains impeccable as the protagonist and the supporting cast makes an excellent performance, keeping some of the previous names (Robin Williams, Owen Wilson and Steve Coogan) along with the villain, Hank Azaria, maybe one of the best voice actors of our time. So this is a rare case where sequel was able to honor the previous movie and gives us good entertainment.

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