December 19, 2014 marks the release of the third installment of the “Night at the Museum” film series. While many families are going to be going to see the film as a form of entertainment for their family and children, many older audiences are going to be seeing the film because to pay tribute to Robin Williams because it was one of the last films that we will get to see him shine in on the big screen.
Robin Williams in the film series plays a heartwarming rendition of Theodore Roosevelt, a character who’s insightful perception of events helps aid the main protagonist of Larry, who is played by funny man Ben Stiller.
The film series may not be the greatest comedies series of all time, but all of the predecessors do have a certain innocence about them that is able to capture any member of the audience’s imagination. In the past films cast ensembles of Robin Williams, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Steven Coogan, all have a chemistry of uplifting sorts, that have the ability to bring history to life in a unique form.
While it is uncertain if this is going to be the last film in series due to Williams’s passing, one thing is certain that a missing ingredient will be reluctantly be required to be left out. Robins Williams’s film career sadly comes to a conclusion, and that is good enough reason to see the film, no matter what the reviews are.
The film has just opened on Friday, December 19, 2104 and is expecting to be a hit at the box-office just in time for the holiday season.
Edited and photo by Kim
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