Loooovvveed It!

By kilolo11
Written May 24, 2009
As a child in Chicago we always went to museums on field trips. My favorite was The Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago. My favs Collen's Doll House and Old Chicago Streets and the miniatures and I thought if I got to hide in museum and when it closed the exhibits would come alive. This movie made me know I'm not the only one!
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Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

By misstacyrn
Written May 28, 2009
Loved this movie - think it might have been better than the first! My nephews (8 y.o. & 4 y.o.) loved it as well.
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Night at the Museum: Battle at the Smitsonian

By BigMac1150
Written May 27, 2009
The movie was very good. I had 1 other adult with me and 4 children ranging from ages 5-10. They loved it. We had the IMAX experience. It was the 1st time 4 all of us. The children said they felt as if the characters were sitting beside them.
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Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian:

By Crawfordm1
Written June 07, 2009
Took our nieces and nephew, ages 10-17, with us to IMAX since we all saw the first NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM there too. We ALL enjoyed it as much as the first! It's nice to have a fun family movie that is great for all ages!
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Physically painful...

By draddison2000
Written June 02, 2009
Alright, so I went for the "benefit," or, rather, the perceived benefit to my kids. The first film, while no milestone in Family Film Fundom, was at least watchable. Even had a few funny and entertaining moments to it. Battle of the Smithsonian, however, was not even worthy of the "44" that Rotten Tomatoes had posted for it. The plot was mind-numbing. The acting was stale and embarrassing. The attempts at humor were cringe-worthy. Poor Hank Azaria! Not even someone of his immense talent could save this train-wreck. While I certainly did not enter the theater believing that this movie would change anyone's life perspective, I also did not anticipate feeling ashamed to be in the audience. To sum up, my children only laughed once (that I noticed). This was due to the flatulence of another child sitting directly in front of them. When you're reduced to fart-humor not in the movie itself, you've got a true reeker. Save your money, don't even wait for the DVD.
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