Paul (Johnny Galecki) was just dumped by his fiancée and is looking for a new direction in life. That’s when he sees the ad for a new retreat and on a whim, he decides to go, to purge the last traces of the break-up and start a new chapter in his life. With him on the retreat is Maggie (Anna Friel) among others. The retreat is run by Lily (Anjelica Huston) and it starts normal enough with a juice cleanse. But the effects of that juice is very different from what is usually done at retreats like this.
The Master Cleanse was funny, if way too predictable. It doesn’t exactly cut deep, but it’s an enteraining film. Continue reading →
Rick (Brendan Fraser) is in the Foreign Legion, stationed in Egypt. He is working at an archeological dig in the city of Hamunaptra, but things turn sour – not only is he attacked and arrested, but he and his dig also manage to wake the mummy Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo). Gambler Jonathan (John Hannah) gets his hands on the map to Hamunaptra and sparks his sister Evy’s (Rachel Weisz) interest, a librarion who knows her ancient Egyptian stuff. They pick up Rick and their search for treasures leads them straight back to the mummy.
I remembered The Mummy being basically the epitome of a fun romp – and the re-watch absolutely confirmed those memories. It’s fun, it’s silly, it’s entertaining and Rachel Weisz rocks.