The Good, the Bad and the Bogus: Movie Three-quels

Dec 03, 2012 Comments

Few would argue that Stephen Sommers’ first two Mummy films were “good” in the traditional sense, but they were certainly fun, spirited adventures that didn’t take themselves too seriously. Seven years later, with Rob Cohen at the helm and Maria Bello replacing Rachel Weisz as Brendan Fraser’s mate, the third installment was an ill-advised attempt to recapture the magic, without much sense of humor or adventure. Instead, a CGI army of skeletons and similar visual effects were marched on-screen without rhythm or merriment. 

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