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LOS ANGELES: Take heed: There are at least two acutely sad moments involving Robin Williams' Teddy Roosevelt in the latest "Night at the Museum". The movie, subtitled "Secret of the Tomb," is imbued with the unshakable inevitability that even though we're still having fun, it's time to move on – a narrative made only more poignant by Williams' sudden and shocking death earlier this year.It's Yet, as silly a role and movie as this is, it also manages to live up to the (unfair) responsibility of being a comedy legend's last role.Beyond Williams, "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" is a lively romp with the over-the-top historical figures that audiences have come to enjoy over the years that, in spite of the dead zones, elicits more than a few bawdy laughs throughout its swift runtime.
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