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487462e4f8 The mummy ends up being the Pharaoh's physicist ("I'm a nuclear physicistPositive role modelsAdele is an incredibly smart, courageous, and quick-thinking woman who doesn't need men to rescue her from dangerBibliography^ "Jacques Tardi"Illustrated novelsBox Tinto Brass (1995) P.O
Internet Movie DatabaseSpecial care on orders, item very well packedThe Extraordinary Adventures of Adle Blanc-Sec French film poster Directed by Luc Besson Produced by Virginie Besson-Silla Screenplay by Luc Besson Based on "Adle and the Beast" and "Mummies on Parade" by Tardi Starring Louise Bourgoin Mathieu Amalric Philippe Nahon Gilles Lellouche Jean-Paul Rouve Narrated by Bernard Lanneau Music by ric Serra Cinematography Thierry Arbogast Edited by Julien Rey Production company EuropaCorp Distributed by EuropaCorp Release date 9April2010(2010-04-09) (Brussels) 14April2010(2010-04-14) Running time 107 minutes Country France Language French Budget 25 million Box office $34.1 million Characters get into fights and try to catch AdeleThank you for your support.Read more About Our Ratings The age displayed for each title is the minimum one for which it's developmentally appropriatePlease try againSaint-Hubert fatally shoots the pterosaur along with Esprandieu, but not before Esprandieu is able to revive the mummyHe does, however, accompany Adle to the Louvre, where they revive the rest of the Pharaoh's mummified court on display there, including the Pharaoh himselfDuring a bombardment he stumbles across a talking statue, actually a kind of wireless set for the psychic powers of Adele's retired mummy! The mummy is trying to direct Brindavoine to Adele, lost in suspended animation in the laboratory of a dead scientistThe reviewer complains that Besson's work is uneven, and the reviewer suggests that Besson would benefit from fresh collaborative voices, and a scissors for the overlong third act.