Friday, December 29, 2006

Review of Night at the Museum (Museum Ke Andar Phas Gaya Sikandar)

A Hollywood named “Night at the Museum” has been released recently. The movie is a combination of fun, humor, adventure and thrill which is a rare case for a movie to have all these character in a movie. Directed by Shawn Levy, the movie was starred by Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Dick Van Dyke, Mickey Rooney and some other popular stars of Hollywood. The story of the movie is based on a museum and its night guard Larry Daley. The character, Larry is starred by Ben Stiller.

In the movie, it is seen that Larry as a night guard faces some extraordinary figures and their thrilling, horror and funny activities. When he was appointed as a guard he was given a page indicating the rules of maintaining the things of the museum which he does not care initially but later on he understood the mistake and finds the things beyond the control. He finds that Tyrannosaurus skeleton is missing and at one stage the skeleton chase him and he escaped from it and then read the paper and got the solution to throw the bone. Thus he finds that there are some rules of managing the museum but before reading the paper a monkey named Dexter tears the paper and Larry could not know the rules of controlling the museum. Then he finds some astonishing figure named Mayans, Roman Army, Octavius, Neanderthals, Attila and Hun, Ahkmenrah and many other characters. In the movie Lary’s son Nick also goes with his father see the unbelievable things happening in the museum and one case both of them fell in a trap by Ahkmenrah. However, they always get help from an imaginary character Theodore Roosevelt starred by Robin Williams. There is a thing named Egyptian tablet on which the peace of the museum depends and at last Larry takes the tablet with the help of the characters including Roosevelt’s horse Texas, Jedidiah and Octavius in a remote control hummer.

The movie takes place in a “Museum of Natural History” in New York City. The movie has already been the highest grossing film in the opening weekend with $30.8 million of earning.

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Abhinav said...

Movies was really good, I was happy to see Dick Van Dyke specially after a long time.