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Posted by Pat | Posted in News | Posted on 11-03-2014

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I love to watch movies online, and to me the other day a friend advised me to visit the site online cinema ‘hang out’ and see where Night at the Museum 2. I really liked this movie! I advise everyone to watch it. Here is a description of the film: In the Smithsonian Institution in Washington the night. Guides have gone home, the light extinguished, the students are sleeping sweetly in their beds … However, there is something incredible, and a former night watchman Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) gets caught up in the most ambitious and amazing adventure of his life, in which the story really comes alive. The second part of the saga Night at the Museum Larry is witnessing an epic battle of this magnitude that could only to turn around in the halls of the largest museum in the world.

Now, Larry will have to save their once-inanimate friends from what could be their last battle, among the strange items at the Smithsonian Institute, each of which, from the famous paintings on the walls of spaceships to the erection of a sudden acquires its own opinion. ————————————————– ————————————————– ———— ————————————– ————————————————– ———————— This is my first thank you for your article beautiful site! ————————————————– ————————————————– ————- ————————————- ————————————————– ————————– LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Ben Stiller Christian Bale won the North-American duel, which took place over the weekend between the sequel to the film ‘Night at the Museum’ and the fourth part ‘Terminator’ for the highest box office, according to the studios, released on Sunday. Reigned at the top of Tom Hanks, dropped to fourth place with the movie “Angels and Demons’, despite the fact that Thriller remains a favorite with viewers around the world. The third position holds fantastic blockbuster ‘Star Trek’. ‘Night at the Museum 2’ in the first three days, raised $ 53.5 million in the United States and Canada, the company said 20th Century Fox. Comedy has already surpassed the debut collections of its predecessor, which gathered for its opening weekend in 2006, $ 30.4 million, and set a new record for the 43 – year old Stiller.

Ben Stiller, again appeared as a night watchman, at this time at the center of battles with historical characters in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. In the role of former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt withdrew Robin Williams and Amy Adams played a female pilot Amelia Earhart. On According to Fox, the movie budget was about $ 125 million. Outside the U.S. and Canada film debut also took place on the ‘cheers’, raking in $ 50.5 million in 93 countries. ‘Night at the Museum’ ahead of only the film “Angels and Demons’, which brought $ 60.4 million in the same countries. Meanwhile, the ‘Terminator: Salvation’ earned $ 43 million in North America. The film could not beat start at $ 44 million the previous film ‘Terminator: Rise of the Machines’, released in 2003. But the race between the two new the picture was more tense than it seemed, as Warner Bros has released the film in output on Thursday, to mark the Day of Memory, for which the ‘Terminator’ grossed $ 13.4 million. In just four days the film has collected $ 56.4 million. Studios usually try to avoid collisions with each other, when launching large-scale films. Thus, the second part of the ‘Night at the Museum’ is designed for a wide audience, and ‘Terminator’ is aimed primarily at men.

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