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Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

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Night-At-The-Musium-Smithsonian-2009-DVD-Cover When the lights go off the battle is on! So it goes with the second installment of the tale of Larry Daley (Ben Stiller), a night guard for the Museum of Natural History in NYC, or so it seems. Things have taken off for Larry as he is now an inventor, and is making a big name fore himself in the infomercial game. He is pushing small items that have some practical uses, and is becoming quite successful. One day, he makes his way to the museum to see his nighttime friends, only to learn that the place is going high tech with electronic interactive exhibits, and that some of the older pieces are being sent to Washington D.C. They are to be stored at the Federal Archives at the Smithsonian Institute.

Happy Feet Two: Every step counts

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Happy-Feet-Two-DVD-CoverIt’s been a few seasons now, and Mumble (Elijah Wood) and his lovely mate, Gloria (Pink) finally made their own egg, and this fluffy little bundle is Erik (Ava Acres). He’s got a wonderful talent for song, but can’t quite keep up with his father’s feet. The whole of the Emperorland has become one big party during the summer, but Erik just can’t get into the beat, and he’s afraid of joining in. Meanwhile, below the ice Will (Brad Pitt) and Bill (Matt Damon) the Krills are wanting to know what life is like beyond the krill swarm, and Will decides it’s time to move on.

Godzilla (1998) Size Does Matter

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While the film Godzilla is nothing like the films that kids from the 60’s and 70’s grew up on it was at least entertaining to watch. The film would have been better if they had used a different name for the monster but they were trying to capitalize on the success of the previous 22 films that came before it. The director Roland Emmerich of Independence Day didn’t like the original films and only directed the 1998 film if he was allowed to do what ever he wanted. Too bad they could not have called it Iggizilla since that was what this monster really was. If it has been named that way if would have been better received as it really was a well done monster film.

Mystery Men (1999)

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Welcome to Champion City, an atypical backdrop for this movie based on the Dark Horse Comic series of the same name. This story focuses on underdog superheroes that fight for justice, but never get the spotlight. This time the team of The Shoveler (William H. Macy), Mr. Furious (Ben Stiller), and Blue Raja (Hank Azaria) are on the scene when the Red Eye gang attempts a robbery at a grand ball in a nursing home. Even for a villainous gang, this robbery seems lame, but the trio takes on the bad guys with little success, but they are upstaged when the town’s most celebrated superhero, Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) comes in to save the day. Little does the trio know that the good Captain is not all about justice these days, but trying to save his image. The Red Eye Gang robbery is a setup by Amazing and his publicist to gain some new publicity. Shoveler, Raja, and Furious encounter Dr. Heller, a weapons developer who says he can up their game with his inventions. He is tired of seeing the misfits doing all the work while guys like Amazing get all the credit. The trio is polite, but regard Heller as a hack. They go to their favorite diner to reflect on the night’s happenings, and still can’t figure out how Amazing still manages to do the things he does.

Mystery Alaska (1999) It’s All About Hockey

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Mystery Alaska is an often overlooked film that is of tremendous quality staring Russell Crowe, Burt Reynolds and Hank Azaria. The film is full of compassion, adultery, comedy, loose women, pride, civic duty and extreme love for each other. It is a movie about a hockey team in a small town in norther Alaska that has been playing a Saturday game for years on end. They play against members of the town and the town elders pick who will be on the teams. This time things are changing, the ice they play on is changing, the rules they play by are changing and they are going to be playing the New York Rangers, a professional hockey team. This one game has the potential to destroy the lives of the whole town.