Discussion in 'Community' started by DantheJedi, Feb 7, 2013.
As long as the museum they go to is the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, that's okay.
No interest. Was never a fan of these movies.
It IS NOT sci-Fi!
Everyone who said 'Yes', or 'Finally' to this, please form a queue to the left. You will be dealt with seen to shortly.
Yeah, I think the Star Wars fanbase, of all fanbases, has the right to complain about other franchises getting unnecessary sequels.
Well, this is about media. I guess.
Never had any interest in the first two
I'll be seeing it depending
Depending on what?
Really confirms Ben Stiller's career is over...is he just going to keep making Meet the Parents and Night at the Museum sequels?
If he's still making movies how can his career be over?
If you consider making those movies a career...
In what way is it not a career?
I sort of enjoyed the 2nd Night At The Museum.
You're only saying that because Amy Adams is a cutie.
And unfortunately she died horribly at the end, possibly taking out numerous civilians with her plane.
Hank Azaria was also entertaining in his role.
Well, she does have a nice heinder....
Ben stiller, I know you are a Silly man. You might have been pretty funny in some other Comedy movie you've done before (Like Meet the FOCKERS) But, WHY, a Sci-Fi comedy? There are a LOT of other actors who are funny can take the role, and many Adults can also enjoy this movie, but Thanks to you, it's a dumb movie made for Kids only! In the future, do NOT take the role in a movie like this, you just Ruin it!
Indeed he was
Plus you had the bobble-head Einsteins
"Don't touch the hair"
These are just fun, light movies. They do what they do quite well, and they're mainly aimed at kids so what's the big deal?
Besides, the attendance at museums skyrocketed in some cities after the first movie was releaed. And I think that's a good thing.
I didn't even know they were making a 3rd one, let alone that it was coming out next week, until I saw it in the "Coming Soon" section on IMDb. It's opening up against The Hobbit 3 and the Annie remake (another "family" film). Coupled with the five year gap between the last entry and the lack of the delightful and delicious Amy Adams, this one might be in for a tough fight.
It was also Robin Williams last movie role before he committed suicide.
Yeah, I'm not sure if that helps or hurts it. Will people want to go see his last screen role, or will his death, particularly the manor of it, cast a pall over the whole thing?
I saw that Mickey Rooney also died since filming completed.