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Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian - Darth Vader?

The first TV spot introduces more of the film's characters including its "villains". Now with added Dark Lord of the Sith and Oscar the Grouch.

Ben Stiller and Darth Vader. Not sure where this one is going. My son enjoyed the first Night at the Museam and he is a big Star Wars fan so he's going to love this.

As for me. I like a bit of Star Wars. Stiller is great in some things and not so great in others. This sequel will probably be much like the first.

Directed by Shawn Levy

Starring Ben Stiller, Amy Adams, Hank Azaria, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan.

Due out on 22nd May, 2009

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streetpete said...

I wasn't too hopeful about Night of the Museum initially, but really enjoyed it when I had occasion to watch it. The idea of exhibits coming to life really worked for me; and, having been to the museum where it was set, it excited me beyond the usual mainstream crap. The sequel should work on the same level with an extra helping of new characters and the Smithsonian setting - an awesome museum, which I have had the fortune to visit twice. Hopefully it will help increase museum visits; especially if they latch on to the free marketing the film will give them. Entertainment and Education can walk hand in hand down the aisle of enlightenment!

The Russian said...

Thought Night at the Museum was awful - poor plot, poorer acting and heavily relied on CGI to carry it. Can't see the sequel being any better, even with such an iconic character as old wheezy. Personally think that that Binks atrocity would be better suited in this than the mighty Vadar!