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Given the must, dust and rust emanating from this third installment, it’s clear the time has come for this “Mummy” franchise to be truly mummified once and for all.

Last seen battling the Rock’s Scorpion King in Egypt circa 1933, Fraser’s Rick O’Connell, having helped lick the Nazis, is reintroduced here in 1946, getting used to domesticity in a sumptuous English mansion while his wife Evelyn (Maria Bello, stepping into the role vacated by Rachel Weisz) looks for inspiration for another entry in her potboiler “Mummy” novel series.

Rick insists he’s retired from archeology and exploring, but perhaps he doth protest too much, as it takes little convincing to get him and Evelyn to decamp for Shanghai, where they quickly encounter Evelyn’s nightclubbing brother (John Hannah, returning) and their devil-may-care son Alex (Luke Ford).

Without quite becoming either a frat-house comedy or coming-of-age odyssey, the film knowingly avoids cliches while telling a hugely engaging story with so much charm that it's virtually impossible to stop smiling.

The kid is 13-year-old frizzy-haired genius Eli (Wolff), who longs to attend Harvard but is instead stuck with 27-best choice Whittman College.

It's hard to imagine film historians of the future devoting much time to The Mummy.

An Inconvenient Truth won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.The Departed won the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama.Babel won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.Now, hugely powerful and lusting again after the elixir of perpetual life, he's heading for the Himalayas in the company of rebel Chinese soldiers who hope he will unify their divided nation.Only the O'Connells, aided by the svelte tomb guardian Lin (Isabella Leong) and their louche, wisecracking pal Jonathan Carnahan (John Hannah), can save humanity.

An Inconvenient Truth won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

The Departed won the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama.

Babel won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.

Now, hugely powerful and lusting again after the elixir of perpetual life, he's heading for the Himalayas in the company of rebel Chinese soldiers who hope he will unify their divided nation.

Only the O'Connells, aided by the svelte tomb guardian Lin (Isabella Leong) and their louche, wisecracking pal Jonathan Carnahan (John Hannah), can save humanity.

Set in a post-WWII context and giving the hero a cocky college-age son in a way that tiresomely mirrors the recent “Indiana Jones” revival, new entry has a fresh marketing angle in the Chinese setting that will boost biz, especially in Asia, beyond the built-in worldwide audience that paid more than 0 million to see the first two Brendan Fraser starrers.