The Night at the Museums movies Larry Daley (Ben Stiller), a night security guard for the American Museum of Natural History who discovers that a magical tablet brings the museum collection to life. The magic works at night and by daybreak the museum exhibits return to inanimate objects.
The museum inhabitants view him as the guardian of the museum. Larry is good friends with Theodore Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Sacagawea (Mizuo Peck), Octavian (Steve Coogan), Jedediah (Owen Wilson) Atilla the Hun (Patrick Gallagher) and Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek). Ahkmenrah is an Egyptian pharaoh owns the tablet. In the third installment of Night at the Museum, Larry Daley and the come to life museum exhibits must find the reason why the magical tablet that brings them to life is failing.
They travel to London to the British Museum to meet Ahkmenrah’s parents to learn more about the tablet. When they arrive at the British Museum, they bring to life the exhibits in it and they meet Ahkmenrah’s parents , Lancelot (Dan Stevens) and Tilly (Rebel Wilson) the security guard.
I liked the first two movies better than the latest movie. It was still fun to see all the characters again, especially Robin Williams as it was one of his last films before his death. I thought Rebel Wilson was funny as Tilly and it would be interesting if they gave the franchise to her. I don’t think much happens in this movie compared to the other movies. I didn’t find it that funny or interesting. I would have liked it if they had included more stuff from the British Museum. It’s still a fun movie to watch with friends and family. You don’t have to have watched the previous movies to enjoy this film.