The Mummy - Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

The Mummy - Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

Director: Rob Cohen Cast: Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello

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The Fast and the Furious director Rob Cohen continues the tale set into motion by director Stephen Sommers with this globe-trotting adventure that finds explorer Rick O'Connell and son attempting to thwart a resurrected emperor's (Jet Li) plan to enslave the entire human race. It's been 2,000 years since China's merciless Emperor Han and his formidable army were entombed in terra cotta clay by a double-dealing sorceress (Michelle Yeoh), but now, after centuries in suspended animation, an ancient curse is about to be broken. Thanks to his childhood adventures alongside father Rick (Brendan Fraser) and mother Evelyn (Maria Bello), dashing young archeologist Alex O'Connell (Luke Ford) is more than familiar with the power of the supernatural. After he is tricked into awakening the dreaded emperor from his eternal slumber, however, the frightened young adventurer is forced to seek out the wisdom of his parents -- both of whom have had their fair share of experience battling the legions of the undead. Should the fierce monarch prove capable of awakening his powerful terra cotta army, his diabolical plan for world domination will finally be set into motion. Of course, the one factor that this emperor mummy failed to consider while solidifying his power-mad plans was the O'Connells, and before this battle is over, the monstrous monarch will be forced to contend with the one family that isn't frightened by a few rickety reanimated corpses.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/07/2017
UPC: 0025192399800
Original Release: 2008
Rating: PG-13
Source: Universal Studios
Sales rank: 11,615

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Brendan Fraser Rick O'Connell
Jet Li Emperor Han
Maria Bello Evelyn O'Connell
John Hannah Jonathan Carnahan
Michelle Yeoh Zi Yuan
Luke Ford Alex O'Connell
Anthony Wong General Yang
Isabella Leong Lin
Liam Cunningham Maguire
David Calder Roger Wilson
Russell Wong Ming Guo
Anthony Wong Chau-Sang General Yang
Jessey Meng Choi
Liang Tian Li Zhou
Albert Kwan Chu Wah

Technical Credits
Rob Cohen Director
Chris Brigham Executive Producer
Mario Chabot Set Decoration/Design
Sean Daniel Producer
Bob Ducsay Producer
Simon Duggan Cinematographer
Randy Edelman Score Composer
Jean-Francois Gadoury Set Decoration/Design
Martin Gagne Set Decoration/Design
David Gaucher Art Director
Alfred Gough Screenwriter
Sanja Milkovic Hays Costumes/Costume Designer
Viorel Indries Set Decoration/Design
James Jacks Producer
Huang Jianxin Executive Producer
Brent Lambert Set Decoration/Design
Celine Lampron Set Decoration/Design
Jacky Lavoie Production Manager
Nicholas Lepage Art Director
Louis Marion Sound/Sound Designer
Kelly Matsumoto Editor
Miles Millar Screenwriter
Joel Negron Editor
Billy Shun Choi Ngai Production Manager
Lucie Paquet Set Decoration/Design
Jean-Pierre Paquet Art Director
Josette Perrotta Co-producer
Nigel Phelps Production Designer
Guy Pigeon Set Decoration/Design
Réal Proulx Art Director
Lei Qin Co-producer
Stephen Sommers Producer
Bruce Stambler Sound/Sound Designer
Alex Touikan Set Decoration/Design
Lucie Tremblay Set Decoration/Design
Doris Tse Co-producer
Ren Zhonglun Executive Producer

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The Mummy - Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Curly_Anne More than 1 year ago
All the best parts of a Mummy movie are included - cool locations, action, the undead, and a little hook at the end for a potential next movie. A great popcorn movie, great special effects, and if you are a Jet Li fan (like me) it is a special treat. The real locations in China make this one special, and this version with the "making of" additions is a nice extra worth watching. Seeing how it is done doesn't spoil the fun of watching the movie (at least for me).
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this movie was boring and lame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i blame the director who made this movie the most!!!!!!!!!!!!! for it being sooo lame and boring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Holofernes More than 1 year ago
A huge disappointment. The script, the music, the acting... I loved the first and second movies, but this was a disaster. It felt as if they made the movie in a day, script-wise. Little thought put into it and the funny lines attempted seemed pushed and in the wrong place. I would recommend renting it, not buying it.
spiritlass More than 1 year ago
Not quite as good as the original two Mummy movies but action packed nonetheless. It is a shame that all of the original cast were not in this movie. The "new" wife was not as good as the original played by Rachel Weisz.
Julie-LosAngeles More than 1 year ago
This was very exciting and the best of the Mummies.
I loved the cinematagraphy and action. Very riviting throughout.
Old-sleuth More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this movie. I like action movies and if you throw in a lost civilization I'm a happy camper. I enjoyed the time period of the movie. I could relate to the what do we do now that we are retired feeling.
kittywulf More than 1 year ago
I know, I know, it was panned (like another sequel) but I liked it a lot. I have found that most of the time, if the critics don't like it, I might. This is one of those movies. It is not Oscar material but it is fun and fast paced and that is what I want in a movie.
FreshFromTheDeli More than 1 year ago
This movie was not fun as the first two movies in the series but it was still a decent time. It was at least better than The Scorpion King, but that's not really saying much. The CGI wasn't as bad as people made it sound. The one question I have to ask is: What happened to Brandon Fraser's wit? That's a big part of what made the first two films so entertaining, but it was almost non-existent in this movie. Maria Bello does a decent job replacing Rachel Weisz, but face it, no matter how good she did, people weren't gonna like losing Weisz. The chemistry between Fraser and Bello wasn't as good as it was between him and Weisz anyway. Also, whoever played Fraser's son was so-so at best. In closing, see it for the spectacle and entertainment value, not for the acting.
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