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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Movie Quotes

Updated November 6, 2017 97 votes 39 voters 12.8k views10 items

“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” movie quotes bring the “Night at the Museum” film series back for a third and final edition. The comedy film was written by Robert Ben Garant, David Guion, Michael Handelman and Thomas Lennon and directed by Shawn Levy. “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” hit theaters on December 19, 2014.

In “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” Smithsonian night guard Larry Daly (Ben Stiller) notices that the figures in the museum are acting strange and learns that something is seriously wrong with The Tablet of Ahkmenrah. Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek) doesn’t know what’s going on, but does have a suggestion.

So, Larry, Ahkmenrah, Theodore Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Jedediah (Owen Wilson), Octavius (Steve Coogan), Nicky Daley (Skyler Gisondo) and monkey Dexter (Crystal the Monkey) all head to London to meet with Merenkahre, Ahkmenrah's father (Ben Kingsley). Upon arriving, they meet a quirky British security guard Tilly (Rebel Wilson) as well as a whole new museum filled with creatures, both friends and foes. They all need to learn how to work together if they’re going to save the Tablet, and themselves, from certain destruction.

“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” is just one of several awesome movies in theaters for Christmas 2014 along with ”Annie,” "Penguins of Madagascar," "Dumb and Dumber To," "Interstellar," "The Theory of Everything," and "Big Hero 6." 
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    I'm Not Your Da Da

    Larry Daley: “Yes, we look similar.”
    Laa: “Da da”
    Larry Daley: “No, I’m not your da da. No touching! Stop it!”

    Neanderthal Laa sure resembles Larry, leading Laa to confuse Larry for his father. In Laa’s defense, Ben Stiller does play both roles.
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    You Always Put the Monkey in Charge?

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    Sir Lancelot: “You always put the monkey in charge?”
    Larry Daly: “He’s not in charge. We’re just following him.”
    Sir Lancelot: “That’s what being in charge means.”

    Sir Lancelot points out that by following Dexter the monkey, Dexter is essentially in charge. While Larry didn’t see it that way before, he certainly realizes it now.
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    They're All Acting Weird

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    Larry Daly: “Teddy and Dexter, they’re all acting weird. I don’t think it was his fault.”
    Dr. McPhee: “Oh, I’m Larry ‘I’ll never blame a monkey’ Daly.”

    Larry tries to explain to Dr. McPhee what is going on in the museum but as usual, McPhee just doesn’t get it. Larry must work harder if he’s going to save them all.
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    Welcome to the British Museum

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    Tilly: “Hello there, welcome to the British Museum. My name’s Tilly.”
    Larry Daley: “Hi, I’m Larry Daly from Natural History in New York.”
    Tilly: “They let you travel?”
    Larry Daly: “Well, this is kind of unusual.”
    Tilly: “Well, they let me travel. You know where?”
    Larry Daly: “No”
    Tilly: “Home, here, home, back here, off to the toot-toot, five minute maximum.”
    Tilly: “That must be wicked being a security guard in America with your gun, with a silencer, with your ninja swords.”
    Larry Daley: “That’s not even a little bit true.”

    Larry has an interesting experience with Tilly, the security guard in London. She has some wacky ideas and is good with over-sharing, two things Larry doesn’t have time for.
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