The Mummy

The Mummy

Dashing legionnaire Rick O'Connell and his companion, Beni stumble upon the hidden ruins of Hamunaptra while in the midst of a battle in 1923, 3,000 years after Imhotep has suffered a fate worse than death – his body will remain undead for all eternity as a punishment for a forbidden love.

After an adventuring American stumbles across the tomb of an ancient mummy, he is recruited to return to the cursed place in order to help a team recover a lost artifact. But they get more than they bargained for when they awaken the creature and unleash a plague upon the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lachlan C (kr) wrote: Such a touching story

Lee R (us) wrote: Uninteresting, preach-y, and the years have not been good to Sharon.

Tom F (it) wrote: While this Direct-to-DVD title suffers from some unfortunately stupid budgetary failings, overall I found it to be a fairly entertaining espionage flick. John Cusack and Malin Akerman work well together, though I could watch Cusack in nearly anything and come away happy.

Jeremie L (kr) wrote: this is a great movie

Rudy G (de) wrote: A good horror film but could use a little more part of action and gore

Phillip P (gb) wrote: That was not Doom, not at all

Anita R (nl) wrote: It was so touching. It's a sad, but beautiful story at the same time. Excellent backdrop as well.

Lanky Man P (kr) wrote: Dirty bums melting into pretty colors.

Lee M (br) wrote: Hollywood wouldn't have touched this subject matter with a three-foot barge pole and for this alone the movie should be commended. That it also happens to be a very funny and well-made movie is a bonus.

Nicholas D (kr) wrote: The beginning is a bit overly long and takes a while to start ups its engine, but once it gets going, the film is fantastic!

Gerry R (nl) wrote: One of the few science fictions to scare the bejeebers outta me! It's not even the critters themselves that scared me, it's that bomp..bomp..bomp..you hear right before they strike. Yikes! I'm hearing scuttlebutt that this is slated for a redo in 2011. That ought to be interesting.

Im El Capitano A (fr) wrote: What an awesome movie! Danny Kaye is PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I live by fairytales so this was very special for me... I have read practically all of Hans Christian Andersen's stories and they are my favorites!!!! Just an overall fantabulous movie! Oh, and JeanMarie is fantubulous and lovely as usual! One of the best female dancers EVER!!!

Knox M (de) wrote: Grown-Ups is an atrocity, a movie that makes you want to sterilize Adam Sandler and all of Hollywood. 0/4

Dave U (br) wrote: I enjoyed this film and the performances - especially Weisz - were strong. I also found it to be compelling and affecting. The film tells an important story - of opportunistic and disaffected cruelty and the ferocious frailties of humanity. Don't expect a nicely wrapped bow at the end, either.