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FirdowsM Says, in 2-3-2010 at 07:56:15 from     

I took my grandchildren to see this movie. After the movie we went to have ice cream. My oldest grandbaby who is ten asked me, Was King Tut from Great Britain??….I know I know its laughable isn’t it.

King Tut – Blond hair, blue eyes with a British accent.
Rating: 1 / 5

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Anonymous Says, in 2-3-2010 at 10:38:04 from     

I can’t believe my eyes at all of the good reviews people are giving this movie. I went and saw this movie in theaters with my uncle and we both wanted to leave about the middle of the movie.IT WAS SO BORING!!! the only people who might actually like are kids under the age of seven. Don’t waste your money on buying this or even renting it.
Rating: 2 / 5

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Cruz Sevedra Says, in 2-3-2010 at 11:43:46 from     

The fact that so many people actually gave this movie 5 stars shows how racism manifests itself in covert ways – a great family film? From robin williams (roosevelt) mocking African languages, to the disgracefully depicted passive and timid Indigenous female, Sacajawea, who later in the movie seems to fall in love with t.roosevelt? – the same man who would write: “The world would probably not have gone forward at all, had it not been for the displacement or submersion of savage and barbaric peoples as a consequence of the armed settlement in strange lands of the races who hold in their hands the fate of the years.”

So roosevelt a hero, or a racist colonizer? Other overtly racist depictions include the Mayan peoples, who in real life were butchered by columbus’s colonial offspring but are depicted as babbling savages that only seek to fight, and I could go on and on…

perhaps some of the reviewers should do like Stiller, and actually read some history instead of being willfully ignorant…
Rating: 1 / 5

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Andrew Olson Says, in 2-3-2010 at 12:52:12 from     

Let me first state that I have NOT seen this movie yet; in fact, I don’t believe it’s even come out yet. I am simply reviewing this based off what I have read and people who got into sneak previews of Night at the Museum… and based off what I’ve heard, I won’t be going to see this movie. I’m a pretty big fan of history, which for me would be the only turn-on for a movie about a down on his luck guy who just happens to land a job at a museum that houses a few secrets, mainly that its exhibits come to life during the wee hours of the night- during his shift, go figure… Slow and repetitive are the two main comments that I’ve gotten about Night at the Museum, and unless a glorifying review comes along, this is one movie I’ll be glad to skip over and just rent when it comes to DVD- maybe.
Rating: 3 / 5

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John Bowes Says, in 2-3-2010 at 13:29:35 from     

After 45 minutes, not having laughed, I left the theatre to get on with life. This holds little for the adult, unless you’ve never seen the Three Stooges, read a comic or seen a real comedy.
Rating: 1 / 5

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