Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian is more an excuse to animate and bring to life historical figures, famous paintings, and treasured art than to offer a well-rounded story. It purely moves along at a stagnant pace and never truly offers up stakes that make you invest more than a fleeting amount of your attention. The only redemptive quality in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian is the playful imagination it possesses in bringing history to life.
Looking for a decent horror movie? Look elsewhere. The Uninvited is a complete bore.
Aside from the dance sequences, Love N’ Dancing is solely reliant on the chemistry between the two main characters, Jessica and Jake.
With an exceptionally heavy back story and to large of an attempt at psychological games that do not succeed, 12 Rounds is a lackluster action movie. The ’12 Rounds’ are far from original but do manage to pass the time easily. As a viewer, you may not be bored but being overly engaged is highly unlikely also as the surprises and twists you so desire are never realized.
What could have been an epic story about fighting for one’s survival against oppression and evil is instead a melodramatic bore.