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Adventure is Reborn.
|Rick and evelyn are married with a child and living in london. The mummy of imhotep is on display at a museum in the english city where he is resurrected.|
"Breathlessly action-packed! New York Daily News
"Perfectly enjoyable swashbuckling, eye-catching entertainment. Jonathan Foreman, New York Post
"Both pleasantly old-fashioned and packed with up-to-date computer-generated special effects... Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
"...a mite darker and scarier and the effects a little spiffier [than The Mummy]. Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer
"...bursts with visual goodies...[and] nonstop action... Todd McCarthy, Variety
"...a fast pace, plenty of self-mocking humor, and a sarcophagus-full of majestic special effects. Tor Thorsen, Reel.com
Editor's NoteFlanked by fabulous computer-generated battle scenes that would make BRAVEHEART proud, THE MUMMY RETURNS is a fast-paced sequel that surpasses the hit 1999 original, both directed by Stephen Sommers. Virtually the entire cast has come back for another exciting go-round, this time trying to prevent Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo) from gaining control of the Bracelet of Anubis and taking on the Scorpion King (the Rock) for control of the world. But to gain that power, Imhotep and his vicious true love, Anck-Su-Namun (Patricia Velasquez), must get to the Oasis of Ahm Shere before Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser), his wife, Evie (Rachel Weisz), their son, Alex (Freddie Boath), the mysterious Ardeth Bay (Oded Fehr), and Evie's brother, Jonathan (John Hannah, who provides much of the comic relief). Set in 1933, THE MUMMY RETURNS combines elements of the STAR WARS and INDIANA JONES films in letting loose a scintillating thrill-ride of a movie, chock-full of terrific special effects and marvelous locations (Morocco, Jordan, and London), erupting in a spirited tale of flight and fantasy, sword and sorcery. The addition of Freddie Boath to the cast increases the suspense as well as the comedy; his scenes with the evil Lock-Nah (fiercely played by OZ veteran Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) are among the best in the film. THE MUMMY RETURNS also features professional wrestler the Rock as the Scorpion King, who was defeated in 3067 BC and is ready to be resurrected in the Year of the Scorpion.
Cast & Crew
|Adrian Biddle - Director of Photography|
|Stephen Sommers - Director, Writer|
|Don Zepeel - Executive Producer|
|Bob Ducsay - Executive Producer, Film Editor|
|Alan Silvestri - Musical Score|
|Sean Daniel - Producer|
|James Jacks - Producer|
|Allan Cameron - Production Designer|