Night at the Museum

2006 film by Shawn Levy

Night at the Museum is a 2006 film about a divorced father who gets a job as a night watchman at the Museum of Natural History. He thinks that it will be a boring, thankless job... until his first night!

Directed by Shawn Levy. Written by Robert Ben Garant (screen story), Thomas Lennon (screenplay) and Milan Trenc (book).
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DialogueEdit

Larry Daley: Ah — Teddy Roosevelt.
Rebecca: Yes. A great visionary.
Larry Daley: Yes, definitely. He was our 4th president, right?
Rebecca: 26th.
Larry Daley: 26th.

[Larry jumps out from behind a wall and screams, scaring the other guards.]
Cecil: We're too old for surprises.
Larry Daley: Really? I thought you liked surprises! Especially the fact that everything in the museum comes to life at night! That little sweetheart.

Teddy Roosevelt: Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of these United States of America, at your service.
Larry Daley: Okay. I'm Larry, the new night guard...
Roosevelt: Pleasure to meet you, Lawrence! Now, if you excuse me [cocks shotgun], the hunt is afoot.
Larry Daley: [mutters] Hunt's afoot.

Larry Daley: Okay, Dexter. No hard feelings, okay?
[Dexter, a monkey, slaps Larry. Larry raises his hand to slap Dexter.]
Teddy: [threatening] Lawrence...
Larry Daley: But... you saw!
Teddy: Who is evolved?
Larry Daley: [muttering] I am...
Teddy: Who is evolved?
Larry Daley: I am!

CastEdit

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