Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, the final movie from the Night at the Museum franchise, is out in cinemas. In case you haven't watched it yet, you should catch it ASAP with your family and friends. It's one of the nicest reminders why we all need to believe in magic and the beauty it holds. Just a reminder, though: Spoilers ahead, Candy Girls! Scroll at your own risk.
You need to believe in magic because it can save you. Not that it sends some knight-in-shining armor to rescue you from all your problems in life, but your belief itself has the power to somehow keep you from falling apart. Just like in the movie, Larry (Ben Stiller) and the rest of the gang have been through so much in just one night. But somehow they managed to make it through because of their belief that the journey (even the dangers!) is worth it.
You need to believe in magic because it's fun. Nothing beats laughing and smiling even when you're having it hard. Seriously. It would've been easy for Larry to give up and have an attitude towards everyone, but he didn't. Instead, Larry saw everything as an adventure for all of them. Their hope on the golden tablet has led them to a journey that's full of breathtaking moments that only kept their friendships stronger.
You need to believe in magic because it makes letting go easier. The most bittersweet moment of the movie was probably the late Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt's scene when he told Larry that it's okay to finally let go of them. It's not always easy, but when you believe in your heart that someday you'd all get to be together in one place, it takes away some load off your shoulders.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is now showing in cinemas nationwide.