The first NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM (2006) film of the three film franchise, had a certain child-like charm of inanimate objects coming to life. It even had a sweet, although hackneyed, father trying to prove his worth to his son storyline. But the third installment, NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB, is missing the magic that made the first film so popular. Even its feeble attempt at incorporating another father/son storyline is forced and, at times, seems like extra baggage. If there is a reason to see the film, it is to see one of the final film performances of both Robin Williams (reprising his role as Teddy Roosevelt) and Mickey Rooney in a cameo role.