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  • ancient
  • From its wowser of an opening in ancient Egypt to the spectacular finale featuring an army of reanimated, bandage-dripping soldiers, The Mummy is a totally enthralling, nonstop thrill ride, the best popcorn flick in years, the purest fun I've had at the movies since I can't remember when. (flickfilosopher.com)
  • Enter members of an ancient secret society, the descendants of the pharaoh's bodyguards who are sworn to protect Imhotep's mummy - they were supposed to prevent it from being reanimated, lest Imhotep (aka "bringer of death") become an "unholy flesh eater with the strength of ages. (flickfilosopher.com)
  • And the museum hopes that, with the help of science, it will virtually bring these ancient mummies to life for visitors. (reuters.com)
  • wrappings
  • Set olive slices in place for eyes and add round slices of green onion or bits of red or green pepper for pupils.Lay strips of cheese (we used a pulled-apart cheese stick) across the muffin for the mummy?s wrappings. (fitwoman.com)
  • Imhotep
  • There's none of the pathos of Boris Karloff's mummy in our bad guy - Imhotep is a killing machine, a millennia-old, seemingly unstoppable Terminator. (flickfilosopher.com)
  • The Mummy 's special effects are quite literally eye-popping - Imhotep goes about rebuilding his half-decomposed body by borrowing parts from hapless mortals. (flickfilosopher.com)
  • Eight
  • Antoine says the team examined eight mummies and, in most of them, learned how old they were when they died, their previous state of health, and the unique body preservation methods of the time. (reuters.com)
  • reveal
  • And the reason we decided to print part of a mummy is to reveal the devastating effect that these dental abscesses can have. (reuters.com)
  • time
  • And I think this is the first time that 3D printing has been used to actually print part of a mummy. (reuters.com)
  • mostly
  • The film's gruesomeness is mostly off-camera and punctuated by laughs, and Sommers makes sure The Mummy revels in its winking movieness. (flickfilosopher.com)
  • body
  • Another technological bonus is 3D printing, which enabled the museum to create life-size models of amulets placed inside the coffins, as well as mummy body parts, like this man's abscess-infected jawbone. (reuters.com)
  • family
  • In 1929 an expedition to the Knoche family farm found that many of the mummies had been removed from their niches and were scattered on the ground. (atlasobscura.com)