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Hat sie The Mommy Legion Kinox.To doch fr den falschen Bruder entschieden. - BeschreibungAnd Jen Klein knows motherhood. But, in my opinion, the last thing this movie needed to do is invite Sabine Noethen to the previous films with Brendan Fraser. Movie Info. The Mandalorian: Season 1. Universal Pictures first announced plans for a modern reboot of The Mummy franchise in This just fails to have its own identity and that's, really, the key for long term success in this type of universe building. Your feedback will be reviewed. Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Kino.Ger Create account Log in. Plot Keywords. Retrieved April 1, So why should I care about what I'm seeing? The Mummy film The Mummy TV series Revenge of the Mummy Other films. Calm, Sade Film with ironic and sarcastic humor; cool, but a strong lead. Archived from the original on December 9,
Nick has a vision of Princess Ahmanet. Jenny wakes Nick from the vision and forces Colonel Greenway to carry the sarcophagus to London.
On the flight, Nick dreams of Ahmanet. He wakes up and sees that Vail was possessed by Ahmanet's spider bite, and tries to open the sarcophagus.
Greenway orders him to stop and Vail stabs him. Nick, Jenny, and the rest of the soldiers attempt to open fire on the corporal, but Nick snatches a gun and threatens to kill them if they harm Vail.
The possessed tries to kill Nick and Jenny, so Nick shoots him dead. The plane is attacked by crows, causing the plane to crash, killing everyone on board except Jenny.
Three days later, Nick wakes up in a morgue and discovers Vail, now in ghost form who warns him that he has been cursed by Ahmanet, who intends to use him as a vessel for her ritual.
At the crash site, the mummy Ahmanet escapes from her sarcophagus and begins feeding on rescue teams to regenerate her decomposed body.
She turns the workers into her henchmen zombies and lures Nick and Jenny into a trap, forcing them to fight the zombies.
Ahmanet recovers her dagger. While trying to perform the ritual on Nick, Ahmanet discovers that the ruby is not on the tip of her dagger so she cannot perform the ritual.
Nick and Jenny snatch Ahmanet's dagger and try to escape through the woods. Soldiers appear and subdue Ahmanet.
Their leader, Dr. Henry Jekyll, explains that Jenny is an agent of Prodigium, a secret society dedicated to hunting supernatural threats.
Jekyll transforms into Edward Hyde, his psychotic alternate personality; right when Nick rejects the offer of an alliance between them.
Hyde attacks him but Nick stops him with the Jekyll serum, which he uses to suppress Hyde's evil side. Nick and Jenny defeat his captors and escape, while Ahmanet breaks free from her prison and retrieves her dagger.
Using her powers, she awakens the army of deceased Crusaders to serve her and creates a sandstorm , made of glass , to bring her back to Nick for his ritual, and wreaks havoc on London.
The corpses of the Crusaders kill the Prodigium soldiers, allowing Ahmanet to retrieve the missing ruby and place it back on her dagger.
Guided by the ghost of Vail, Nick and Jenny try to flee through the London Underground , but are attacked by Ahmanet's minions. Just when Nick and Jenny manage to lose them, Ahmanet captures Jenny and takes her underwater.
Nick tries to save Jenny, but she drowns. Nick defends himself, but quickly gives up and lets himself be embraced by Ahmanet. However, it was Nick's trap to snatch the dagger from her and destroy the ruby in the hope of ending his life forever.
Ahmanet begs him not to and convinces him. Nick stabs himself and is possessed by Set, who tries to bond with Ahmanet, until Nick sees Jenny's corpse.
He recovers control of his body and uses Set's powers to dominate and extract life from Ahmanet, returning her to her lifeless mummy form.
Nick uses Set's powers to resurrect Jenny, and say goodbye before he is controlled by Set's power and disappears.
Ahmanet's corpse is submerged in a pool of mercury inside the Prodigium base for safekeeping. Later, in the desert, Nick resurrects Vail and the two head off.
Universal Pictures first announced plans for a modern reboot of The Mummy franchise in Tom Cruise began talks about playing the lead in November ,  with Sofia Boutella beginning talks that December.
Gwen Stefani , Jamie Chung , Lindsey Stirling and Brooke Shields were also considered. Kurtzman noted that "if you look at her eyes, and this is what I got from watching Kingsman , there's a whole performance going on here.
And in not saying anything but conveying that much to me, I thought oh my god, no matter how much prosthetics we put on her, no matter how much CG we put on her face, if I see this, she's going to convey something very emotional to me.
Shortly after the film opened, Variety reported that Cruise had excessive control over the film and firm control of nearly every aspect of production and post-production, including re-writing the script and editing to his specifications, telling Kurtzman how to direct on set, and enlarging his role while downplaying Boutella's.
Universal contractually guaranteed Cruise control of most aspects of the project, from script approval to post-production decisions.
I look back on it now [and] what felt painful at the time ended up being an incredible blessing for me. Principal photography on the film began on April 3, , in Oxford , United Kingdom.
For the filming of the plane crash the production made use of The Vomit Comet and parabolic flight to simulate the illusion of weightlessness.
Composer Brian Tyler started work on the music for the movie early, writing about a half hour of music before filming even began.
Working on the film for a year and half, Tyler recorded with an piece orchestra and voice choir at London's Abbey Road. He ultimately wrote and recorded over two hours of music, which, given the length of the film minutes , resulted in a soundtrack album longer than the film itself.
Initially scheduled for a release,   the film was released in the United States and Canada on June 9, , with international roll out beginning the same day.
The film was screened in various formats, such as 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D. On December 20, , IMAX released a trailer with the wrong audio track attached; this unintentionally prompted the creation of memes and video montages featuring the mistakenly included audio track, which was missing most of the sound effects and instead featured Tom Cruise's grunts and screams.
Deadline Hollywood attributed the film's underperformance to poor critic and audience reactions, as well as "blockbuster fatigue. The Mummy received generally negative reviews from critics, with criticism aimed at its narrative tone, acting, and plot points setting up the Dark Universe.
The website's critical consensus reads: "Lacking the campy fun of the franchise's most recent entries and failing to deliver many monster-movie thrills, The Mummy suggests a speedy unraveling for the Dark Universe.
Vince Mancini of Uproxx gave the film a negative review, writing: "If you like incomprehensible collections of things that vaguely resemble other things you might've enjoyed in the past, The Mummy is the movie for you.
This isn't filmmaking, it's tomb-raiding. Owen Gleiberman of Variety wrote: "The problem at its heart is that the reality of what the movie is—a Tom Cruise vehicle—is at war with the material.
The actor, at 54, is still playing that old Cruise trope, the selfish cocky semi-scoundrel who has to grow up. The trouble is that Cruise, at least in a high-powered potboiler like this one, is so devoted to maintaining his image as a clear and wholesome hero that his flirtation with the dark side is almost entirely theoretical.
Let me count the ways. For all the huffing and puffing and digital desperation from overworked computers, this reboot lands onscreen with a resounding thud.
Allen Chamberlain is reading the mummy's curse in hieroglyphs, he is in fact reading them the wrong way. The way the hieroglyphs were facing, they were meant to be read right-to-left.
Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs can be read right-to-left, left-to-right, or up-to-down. Quotes [ first lines ] Ardeth Bay : [ narrating ] Thebes, City of the Living, crown jewel of Pharaoh Seti the First.
Home of Imhotep, Pharaoh's high priest, keeper of the dead. Birthplace of Anck Su Namun, Pharaoh's mistress.
No other man was allowed to touch her. But for their love, they were willing to risk life itself. Crazy Credits The Earth in the opening Universal logo flashes and dissolves into the sun.
Alternate Versions For the airline version, some sort of bikini was digitally added to Anck-Su-Namun to cover 'revealing' images. Soundtracks 'Al Bahr Al Gharam Wasah Love Is As Vast As A River Written by Mohamed Murad, Yunis Al Hilali Performed by The Musicians of the Nile Courtesy of Real World Records Ltd.
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An ancient Egyptian princess is awakened from her crypt beneath the desert, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension.
Director: Alex Kurtzman. 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 website's critical consensus reads, "It's difficult to make a persuasive argument for The Mummy as any kind of meaningful cinematic achievement, but it's undeniably fun to watch.
Roger Ebert , of the Chicago Sun-Times , gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, writing "There is hardly a thing I can say in its favor, except that I was cheered by nearly every minute of it.
I cannot argue for the script, the direction, the acting or even the mummy, but I can say that I was not bored and sometimes I was unreasonably pleased.
Stephen Holden from The New York Times wrote, "This version of The Mummy has no pretenses to be anything other than a gaudy comic video game splashed onto the screen.
Think Raiders of the Lost Ark with cartoon characters, no coherent story line and lavish but cheesy special effects.
Think Night of the Living Dead stripped of genuine horror and restaged as an Egyptian-theme Halloween pageant.
Think Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy grafted onto a Bing Crosby - Bob Hope road picture The Road to Hamunaptra?
Fraser, equally quick with weapon, fist or quip, may save the day, but even he can't save the picture", USA Today wrote. To commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the film's release, several media outlets published articles praising the film and its impact.
The Mummy ' s box office performance led to numerous sequels and spinoffs. The film sequel The Mummy Returns features most of the surviving principal characters.
As a married couple, Rick and Evelyn confront Imhotep and the Scorpion King. Developer Konami Nagoya published two video game adaptations of The Mummy under license from Universal Interactive Studios , in an action-adventure game for the PlayStation and Microsoft Windows developed by Rebellion Developments ,  as well as a Game Boy Color puzzle game.
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Alphaville Films . Release date. Running time. See also: List of The Mummy film series characters. Top to bottom: Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz star in the film as Rick O'Connell and Evelyn Carnahan.
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August 26, Rating: 1. July 17, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Mar 13, The beginning is actually quite promising. Cruise works great in what feels like an "Uncharted" adventure and the following plane crash is almost on a Mission Impossible level of intensity.
Unfortunately, as the Dark Universe opens up, the tone of the film oddly jumps from horror scenes to humor and back in rather gloomy and underwhelming settings.
That continues all the way through the mediocre showdown. And it turns out that sometimes a face can be too familiar for a certain kind of film.
Jens S Super Reviewer. Jun 26, Egyptian mythology is so interesting. Much like its Norwegian and Greek counterparts, there's many stories that can be told using those worlds and those writings.
Which is why it's so frustrating that, realistically speaking, Hollywood, at least recently, hasn't used these elements really all that successfully.
Creatively speaking, at least. Since the first two Mummy flicks were very successful. What I mean by creatively is exploring these characters in depth, not that these are bad movies.
But considering the breadth of stories to tell with these mythologies, that they've been used, essentially, for summer blockbusters is highly disappointing.
Now that I've said all of that, let's talk about the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Personally, while I'm not in love with the universe itself, I've gotta give credit to Marvel for knowing how to successfully ensure that all its characters exist in the same universe, even if they're doing things separately.
It's one of the great achievements Hollywood has had in a long time. Marvel's patience in slowly building its world and the characters that inhabit it has paid dividends for them.
But you know how the story goes. Once something is massively successful, countless other people try to copy it without understanding why it worked and why the company originally behind this successful concept took their sweet ass time setting everything up.
Case in point, the DC Cinematic Universe. DC Comics has more iconic villains than Marvel and some of the most famous characters in MEDIA belong to them.
And, yet, you could say that their attempts at creating a cinematic universe has been an utter failure, outside of the Wonder Woman movie which I've yet to see.
Basically, DC Comics was caught off guard by the success of the MCU and they've had to play catch-up ever since. The only reason the DCCU is even a thing is because Marvel made it successful.
If their execution of these movies are to be believed, this wasn't planned out this way. It's just their attempt to close the gap in quality, and financial, success between the two brands.
It hasn't worked. I think even Hasbro, a company that makes FUCKING TOYS AND BOARD GAMES, was attempting to start its own cinematic universe. This is madness.
All of this brings us to Universal and their, supposed, Dark Universe. Here's the thing, if Universal want to build your own cinematic universe surrounding famous horror characters, that's fine.
Universal monsters were some of the first to terrify audiences in the 20s. Frankenstein, Dracula, Invisible Man, Bride of Frankenstein, Wolfman, Creature from the Black Lagoon, obviously The Mummy and that's just off the top of my head.
Think about it, creating a cinematic universe using all of those characters could actually be a cool idea if handled correctly. Let's just say that this movie didn't get off to that hot of a start.
First thing first and this is even before you see one second of the actual movie. But they branded this movie as part of the Dark Universe, complete with its own logo after the Universal intro.
Again, this is before you even see one second of the actual movie and already they're beating it into you that this is meant to be something larger than just this movie.
Which is, really, a tough start to any universe. You're already telling me that, really, this movie is just the introductory piece for all of these characters to come together.
So why should I care about what I'm seeing? Secondly, the whole idea of telling us that this is meant to be a connected universe is so forced.Bearbeitungszeit: 83 ms. Because I'm going to replace the mommy he lost, and The Source will replace his daddy. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features Intimrasur Strich the website.