Mummy, The (1999) Fantasy Movie Review
Fantasy movies Review
On its own merits THE MUMMY is entertaining enough , there`s lot of action , a few rare scary bits but far too much humour which threatens to sink the film . I guess this is down to the producers trying to attract a younger audience and boost their profits but this all leads to a silly film . And I got the distinct impression that he script was written around the FX . For example there`s a special effects packed meteor shower but there`s no explanation for it , it adds nothing to plot and is never referred to again even though it kills a lot of people . Obviously the scene was written to show off some CGI.
Synopsis:An American serving in the French Foreign Legion on an archaeological dig at the ancient city of Hamunaptra accidentally awakens a Mummy.
About Mummy, The (1999)
Starring: Rachel Weisz, Erick Avari, Arnold Vosloo, Jonathan Hyde, Brendan Fraser, John Hannah, Oded Fehr, Corey Johnson, Patricia Velasquez, Kevin J. O'Connor, Stephen Dunham, Tuc Watkins, Sean Cronin, Omid Djalili, Aharon Ipalé, Carl Chase, Ian Warner, George Lane Cooper, Ray Donn, Howie Dorough, Bernard Fox, Andrew Elias, Mohammed Afifi, Abderrahim El Aadili, Jake Arnott, Mason Ball, Isobel Brook, James Traherne Burton, Peter Chequer, Porl Smith
Runtime: 125 minutes
Director: Stephen Sommers
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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