veritable cornucopia of 'you must not read from the book
ness'. Oh for that time in ones prepubescent life when pesky spirits
could be called upon to scare the willies out of oneself and all
those within earshot 'round the old camp fire. But when a wizened
cynic, such as meself, watches this movie, all one hears are the
cash machines a'ringin, and the bottom draw pinging out into the
collective cultural mush, causing considerable brain-pain."
the first scene, which is a montage of live action and animation:
I could see the join. Can I have my money back please, I think the
movie is broken."
done Brendan Fraiser for knocking yourself out in the hanging scene.
It's nice to know that big Hollywood stars are not afraid to be
hanged by their neck like that in a motion picture."
originally thought that the bit where Brendan Fraser has a sword
fight with about 20 Mummies towards the end was a triumph of Mummy
mayhem. Then I saw how they did it on the collectors edition DVD.
Mr Fraser, how can you live with yourself making those poorly paid
special effects people put in the Mummies afterwards? I suppose
the lion wrestling bit in George of the Jungle was faked too? Just
in case: please cancel my subscription to your fan club at once!"
Weisz - how unlucky to topple those bookcases like that, it must
have cost a fortune, I hope they didn't take the money out of your
pay for this movie!"
dozed off after the bit when they boarded the boat and the next
thing I noticed they were in the tomb. Did I miss anything?"
the action of George of the Jungle but none of the lion wrestling."
sort of remake of the 1932 film but with a budget of $80million
and in color."
can see where they spent the budget on special effects. The bug
which comes out of his neck and into the hole in the side of his
face before he chews it was one of my favorites. A triumph."
this movie is like Scooby Doo, which character is Brendan Fraser?
Shaggy or Scooby himself? Hmmm, nobody tells me nothin."