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Archived from the original on December 22, Doesn't work and she's mummified alive by her father's men, whom she murdered along with his newborn son and his wife.
Part of the deal with Set is that she would sacrifice a chosen one in order for Set to inhabit this sacrifice's body.
She failed to do this as well. Of course, Tom Cruise being our hero, naturally, he's the one she has chosen to bring Set into this world to cause chaos and destruction.
Our heroes have to put a stop to this. Nick has a romantic interest, of course, in Jennifer, an archaeologist who works for a secret organization responsible for destroying monsters of varying degrees.
This organization is led by Dr. Henry Jekyll yes, that Jekyll and they sort of act as S. D does to the MCU. I don't know where to start with this, as it's a lot to take in and process.
The movie, at its core, is better than I would have expected. To be fair, I wasn't really expecting much, but that low bar was cleared here.
That is not to say that I thought this was a good movie, because it's not. I had no problem watching it and, really, if handled a little more adequately, this could have been a fun little B-movie disguised a summer blockbuster.
But, and that last term is one that I need to come back to. While the idea to build a cinematic universe is not a new one, of course, neither is the idea of framing this cinematic universe as an action-adventure.
The easiest way to sell this is to follow the same exact route that Marvel has followed and craft an action movie first with everything else second.
Not saying that Marvel is the best at making action films, because they're not, but that's something that people have seen and they've seen done very well.
So, tell me, why would they invest in a knock-off version of that? I understand why they took this direction, but it was the wrong one.
If you want to set your universe apart, it has to bring something different to the table and, honestly, this movie didn't offer anything new at all.
You could say that Amunet is a an actual figure in Egyptian mythology, but at the same time there's nothing that really differentiates her from, say, Enchantress from Suicide Squad.
There's nothing all that different and, again, considering that this movie is steeped in Egyptian mythology, you'd hope that Amunet would be a more effective villain.
That's not to say that Sofia Boutella didn't do a good job, in fact, I thought she was a more than welcome addition to this franchise.
It's just that the character itself did nothing for me. She's just a villain for the sole reason that the movie needs one. Her character isn't developed past the introductory piece that's done telling us why she made a pact with Set.
I'm not saying that this had to be a full-on horror movie, but I felt that would have given it a different identity than just another Resident Evil-lite since RE at least has blood and gore where the action is first and foremost and the horror elements are kept to a minimum.
The world does not need another action movie. It really doesn't. You know what it needs less than an action movie?
It doesn't need substandard action movies. Because, again, if you're going to make sure that you get as many eyes on this as possible and that framing this as an action movie is your best course of action, then at least give me a better movie than the one we got.
The movie just doesn't click, in the slightest, because it suffers from severe identity issues. It wants to be the start of a major cinematic universe, it wants to be a fun, summer blockbuster, but it also wants to retain some of the horror elements from the original Mummy movies the really old ones, not the ones with Brendan Fraser.
There's no reason it shouldn't be able to do this. It's gonna take a lot of work, but it was doable. But, really, they just didn't succeed at this.
It's got too many things it wants to be and, therefore, lacks the focus it needed for it to be a successful endeavor. I finished watching this about four or so hours ago and I can barely remember much from this.
There's some cool scenes, to be sure, but I just can't, for the life of me, remember them. I guess that's how cool they were, huh? This just fails to have its own identity and that's, really, the key for long term success in this type of universe building.
You need to give people a reason to say, hey, I want to see more movies in this universe. And, realistically speaking, did this movie do that?
I'm sure some people still want more, but I don't really know why they would. Nick Morton, basically, becomes Set, but there's still enough of him in there that wants to find a cure to this disease.
He runs off by the time the movie ends and that's the tease of there being a continuation. Nick is still out there and, given that he's just become a living god, you don't know what he's gonna do with that power.
Is he gonna use it for good? Or is he gonna use it for EVIL? That's the only remotely interesting bit about the movie, what Nick is gonna do with his newfound powers.
I suppose that could be the hook for some people. What else can I say? I don't know. This feels like an incomplete review, like I feel I'm not covering something.
But that's just how it is, I don't really care to continue this review. As a standalone experience, this isn't a good movie by any standards.
As the start of the Dark Universe, it's probably worse. If the DU is still gonna be a thing, I hope more care and time is taken to ensure that they put out high-quality movies that are also different enough from everything that Marvel puts out for this to have a chance.
An English librarian called Evelyn Carnahan becomes interested in starting an archaeological dig at the ancient city of Hamunaptra.
She gains the help of Rick O'Connell, after saving him from his death. What Evelyn, her brother Jonathan and Rick are unaware of is that another group of explorers are interested in the same dig.
Unfortunately for everyone, this group ends up unleashing a curse which been laid on the dead High Priest Imhotep. Now 'The Mummy' is awake and it's going to take a lot more than guns to send him back to where he came from.
What is it? An entertaining summer flick which is not only worth seeing, but perhaps even owning. It's one of those fun movies you can return to over and over again and never grow tired of doing so.
It's hardly a remake of the Universal classic of the same name. It's merely a new way to tell the story with the same basic idea - a murderous mummy is brought back from the dead.
This time we have a hero and heroine who must stop him before he takes over the world, or something along the line of world domination.
The hero is Rick Brendan Fraser , a thief thriving off the very basics out in Egypt circa Arrested and to be hanged, he is saved by the heroine Rachel Weisz , who believes he may hold the key to helping them find an ancient Egyptian kingdom buried under the sand, if I recall correctly though it has been a while since I've seen this.
Little does she know what lurks beneath the sand near that old kingdom is none other than the remains of a man who was caught cheating on the king's wife years ago and mummified.
Now, after unearthing the remains of the kingdom, the expedition led by our heroes come upon an ancient "Book of the Dead," which, when read from, brings the ancient mummy back to life.
Now he is out to kill, regenerate and bring back his old lover - pretty neat, huh? I own "Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy," a great movie spoofing the classic film.
It knows it isn't an Oscar-winner, it knows it stands nothing against the older film, and so it goes for pulp thrills. I actually believe that this film is a bit classy in execution - compared to many other entertainments floating around nowadays it stands as one of the only films to return to the roots of the pure adventure films like "Raiders of the Lost Ark" so successfully did.
Brendan Fraser is a perfect choice for the lead star. Calm, but with ironic and sarcastic humor; cool, but a strong lead.
I wondered what it would have been like if they had casted an actor in his role who would have taken it all more seriously.
I bet the results would have been disastrous. Fraser knows that this is all good fun, and he's having a good time playing his role with comedy.
Every once and a while you can catch a wink at the screen that lets us know that he knows what he's doing.
Ardeth bids Rick, Evelyn, and Jonathan goodbye, and the trio rides off into the sunset on a pair of camels laden with Beni's treasure.
In , producers James Jacks and Sean Daniel decided to update the original Mummy film for the s. Barker's vision for the film was violent, with the story revolving around the head of a contemporary art museum who turns out to be a cultist trying to reanimate mummies.
Director Joe Dante was the next choice, increasing the budget for his idea of Daniel Day-Lewis as a brooding Mummy. It was set in contemporary times and focused on reincarnation with elements of a love story.
Filmmaker George A. Romero was brought in with a vision of a zombie-style horror film similar to Night of the Living Dead , but which also relied heavily upon elements of tragic romance and ambivalence of identity.
Romero completed a draft in October , co-written with Ormsby and Sayles, that revolved around female archaeologist Helen Grover and her discovery of the tomb of Imhotep, an Egyptian general who lived in the time of Ramesses II.
The script progresses to a fish-out-of-water story when Imhotep, having regained his youthful appearance, recognizes the need to adapt to a contemporary society that is three thousand years removed from the one he came from.
Assuming at first that he is a representative from the Bureau of Antiquities, Helen finds herself drawn into a tentative relationship with Imhotep while also experiencing clairvoyant flashbacks to a previous life in the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt as a priestess of Isis.
Summoning mystical powers through incantation, Imhotep later resurrects the mummy of Karis, a loyal slave whose body had been resting alongside his master's in the same tomb but is now held in the local museum.
After escaping into the city sewer system, Karis embarks on a vengeful rampage against the various criminal fences and high society antiquarians who had acquired stolen relics from his tomb.
Romero's script was considered too dark and violent by Jacks and the studio, who wanted a more accessible picture. Romero was unable to extricate himself from another contract he had in negotiation with MGM, and so his involvement with the film was severed and the development of an entirely new script was commissioned.
Mick Garris was attached to direct but eventually left the project,  and Wes Craven was offered the film but turned it down. Finally, Sommers received his window of opportunity and pitched his idea to Universal with an page treatment.
Photography moved to the Sahara desert outside the small town of Erfoud , and to the United Kingdom before completion of shooting on August 29, Snakes, spiders and scorpions were a major problem, with many crew members having to be airlifted out after being bitten.
Brendan Fraser nearly died during a scene where his character is hanged. Weisz remembered, "He [Fraser] stopped breathing and had to be resuscitated.
Production designer Allan Cameron found a dormant volcano near Erfoud where the entire set for Hamunaptra could be constructed. Sommers liked the location because, "A city hidden in the crater of an extinct volcano made perfect sense.
Out in the middle of the desert you would never see it. You would never think of entering the crater unless you knew what was inside that volcano.
These sets took 16 weeks to build, and included fiberglass columns rigged with special effects for the movie's final scenes.
He said that he wanted the Mummy "to be mean, tough, nasty, something that had never been seen by audiences before". Berton used motion capture in order to achieve "a menacing and very realistic Mummy".
To create the Mummy, Berton used a combination of live action and computer graphics. He matched the digital prosthetic make-up pieces on Vosloo's face during filming.
Berton said, "When you see his film image, that's him. When he turns his head and half of his face is missing and you can see right through on to his teeth, that's really his face.
And that's why it was so hard to do. A lot of the time I was walking around the set looking like a Christmas tree. He also designed all of the animatronic effects.
While the film made extensive use of computer-generated imagery, many scenes, including ones where Rachel Weisz's character is covered with rats and locusts, were real, using live animals.
The score for The Mummy was composed and conducted by Jerry Goldsmith , with orchestrations provided by Alexander Courage.
Like many Goldsmith scores, the main theme uses extensive brass and percussion elements;  Goldsmith also used sparing amounts of vocals, highly unusual for most of his work.
Overall, Goldsmith's score was well received. AllMusic described it as a "grand, melodramatic score" which delivered the expected highlights. The limited but masterful use of the chorus was also lauded, and most critics found the final track on the CD to be the best overall.
Thankfully […] his favourable work on this release wins out. The Mummy received mixed reviews from critics.The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (BluRay). /10 People Like This. Starcast: Brendan Fraser, Jet Li Language: Hindi / English Length: 1 Hours 52 Minutes. mommy definition: 1. child's word for mother: 2. child's word for mother: 3. mother. Learn more. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.