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The Mummy Returns, Deluxe Edition, 2008 [Blu-Ray]

Flanked 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 ...

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  • Entertaining Action sequel to The Mummy
    By Leo0729 - March 15, 2015 - Best Buy
    Rick (Brendan Fraser) and Evelyn (Rachel Weisz) O'Connell are settled in 1935 London, where they are raising their son. The O'Connells go on a desperate race to save the world from unspeakable evil and to rescue their son before it is too late. The movie is filled with action, fight scenes and comedy. An entertaining movie for the entire family. Read full review
  • Very good popcorn movie
    By Blue24 - July 10, 2014 - Best Buy
    Pros: It has action, laughter,a litttle suspense

    Good follow-up to The Mummy, with the main characters having a son, and him getting involved with what his mom and dad do, which leads to another adventure with the reincarnation of The Mummy! Read full review

  • Mummy Returns, The on Blu-ray Review
    By Dean Winkelspecht - August 14, 2008 -
    Note: The following review contains portions from the previous HD-DVD review of "The Mummy." The technical sections for Video, Audio and Extras have been updated to reflect the differences between the two formats´ releases. The entire review has been re-edited and updated, but the majority of the text is simply recycled from the earlier review.

    The 1999 film "The Mummy" was quite successful and a sequel was quickly developed and rushed into production, arriving two years later. This second film is a formulaic sequel that films at times like a rehash of the original and includes all of the primary characters from the first film and introduces a second villain in the form of the Scorpion King, who is brought to life by wrestling´s Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. "The Mummy Returns" succeeds easily in delivering the fun and excitement of the first film. This is another picture that is wall-to-wall action that doesn´t relent until the credits roll and even then you are expecting something else to happen. The film is a bit unusual in the fact that even the nemesis of the first film is written back into the story and has an important role in the second film. The franchise continuation I had surmised would have been to have Rick O´Connell (Brendan Fraser) set out on all new adventures and face different foes and circumstances, but "The Mummy Returns" is a sequel for its heroes and its villains.

    The events of the film take place roughly eight years after the first film. Rick O´Connell and Evelyn Carnahan (Rachel Weisz) married just after the defeated Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo) and now have a son, Alex (Freddie Boath). Alex is a smart and curious boy who works with his parents on their archeological digs and is inventive and poised to continue in his father´s footsteps. One night, at the O´Connell manor, Alex takes a shiny gold bracelet and replaces it with a candlestick to emulate it weight. He puts on the bracelet, and is shown a holographic image of ... Read full review