Wednesday, June 2, 2010

The Mummy 4: Rise of the Aztec

Sandstorms, scarabs, and sphynx's, OH MY! The Mummy 4?! We're there. Already. We're so there in fact that we've somehow travelled through time, seen the movie in the future and we're back to tell you all it's AMAZING! *shifty eyes* Well, the only thing we really know right now is that another one is happening, and it will be called The Mummy 4: Rise of the Aztec. No other deets are available yet, but we'll keep you updated. I'm sure B-Fraser will be back... he's not too busy with successful films lately.

We've enjoyed every last minute of The Mummy franchise and we're psyched for a 4th installment! There is no possible way it will disappoint. We loooove the cheezwhiziness of the one-liners, corny acting, and over-the-top action sequences!

Egypt is one of our favie places to travel to in film and The Mummy gives us Egypt in an exciting and delightfully silly way! So, pack your bags Ang and get ready to join me on a journey that will rock our world! 

Oh, and don't forget the 'Book of the Dead'... or the Ancient Egyptian Languages For Dummies book. That usually comes in helpful... La Sahara Sa TaTa Lao... You know.


Jamie Gibbs said...

I am really dubious about this one. The first Mummy movie was awesome, the second one was okay, the Tomb of the Dragon Emperor was pretty darn awful though. It feels like they're just milking it for all it's worth now, so I hope they revive the franchise a little.

I may be slightly biased though, I'm an Egyptologist so I'll always pick Egypt over anywhere else, hehe.

Angie said...

No way! An Egyptologist? How cool is that! Or are you just pulling our leg? haha!

I was disappointed by Rachel Weisz not returning, but I still find enjoyment in Brendan Fraser's corniness :)

Mike Lippert said...

I thought the third movie was the best of the three. Rob Cohen really knows how to make really enjoyable big budget b-movies. I wonder if he'll be directing this. I'm happy to hear he'll be back doing the next XXX movie. Now if only he'd come back for the fifth Fast and Furious movie because Justin Lin isn't doing a good job.

DEZMOND said...

I think THE MUMMY franchise should end on the 3rd part. I'm a huge fan of the first two part directed by Stephen Sommers, but Rob Cohen is a horrible director who just didn't have the magical touch and thus the 3rd sequel was cold, empty, and didn't have any of the magical spirit of the first two parts. It was still an ok movie, but not the amazing and magnificent one as THE MUMMY and THE MUMMY RETURNS.


Brendan Fraser needs something to get out of his funk.... Furry Vengeance? Really?