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Johnny Nys 9 months ago
A kids movie for grownups. Fun adventure with ups and downs. Totally love Amelia Earhart.
Grace 12 months ago
Humorous but lost some of it's previous spunk. Also, they did SO wrong by Amelia Earhart.
Kirsty 1 year ago
My least favourite of the three. The other two make up for this one, though.
Anastasia Loule almost 2 years ago
Liked the first movie, but this one? Sucks.
Justin L. Clemons 3 years ago
History is alive.
Amina Benisaf 4 years ago
good movie
Kakra over 4 years ago
7/10
Dylan Clites over 4 years ago
A little oversaturated, but still some good times to be had. Especially with the villains.
Shana Beale 22 days ago
Káťa Vítová 3 months ago
Ben Randall 4 months ago
Mandy Allen 5 months ago
Sasha 7 months ago
Deanna Colt 8 months ago
Madison Hays 12 months ago
Zoe Nocturne 12 months ago
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) (also known as Night at the Museum 2 in Europe, to some Night at the Smithsonian) is an American adventure comedy film directed by Shawn Levy, and starring Ben Stiller, Hank Azaria, Amy Adams, Owen Wilson, Robin Williams, and Steve Coogan. The film is a sequel to Night at the Museum. It was released on May 22, 2009. Two years after the events of the previous film, Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) is now CEO of Daley Devices, a direct response television company that sells inventions inspired by his experiences as a night security guard at the American Museum of Natural History. While wealthy and successful he has not had the time to see his museum exhibit friends in several months. When Larry returns to the museum he learns that it is closed for renovations and upgrades. Interactive holograms will replace many of the exhibits, which are moving to the Federal Archives at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC. While Theodore...
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