Rami Malek however really stood out as Ahkmenrah and it was nice to see a development of his character from the first film. Malek has mastered the art of extremely subtle comedy, often with just one or two words or a simple facial expression. The return of Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt was bittersweet, as an inspirational character that has guided us through all of the Night at the Museum films some of his more poignant lines tugged at the heartstrings in light of his recent passing, but it was great to see him back on screen entertaining as he always has done. The tribute to him included in the end credits was a thoughtful touch.
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