Egyptian treasure Chinese artifacts, archaeologists unleash a curse that threatens the world. Only this time it's about an ancient warlord's cursed terracotta army.
Decently follows in the footsteps of the previous two movies, though replacing Rachel Weisz with Maria Bello is a terrible distraction. Anyone who likes the other two movies ought to like this one reasonably well. I think this is worth watching once or twice, but certainly hasn't enough soul for collection like the first movie.
- Properly titled The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
- Some small scenes are spoken entirely in the Chinese language, probably Mandarin / Standard Chinese.
Continues from The Mummy Returns (2001)