Definitely agree with that!
I really liked Jonathan in the first two films and found him funny, but in the last film it all felt really forced? He's the token humorous character, so all that came out of his mouth were one liners. Instead of finding him funny and quite loveable as I previously had, I personally was disappointed to just find him quite obnoxious? I think that's the best way I can put it... Whereas before I could 'buy' that he was supposed to be a big source of comedy, in that last film it wasn't as convincing? Harder to 'allow' that that was his role, because it was just too obvious?
Also, I suppose it's quite possible that someone who had an English accent at the age of eight (is that how old their son was supposed to be? If not just exchange 'eight' for the actual age
) could move to America and end up with an American accent, I found it difficult knowing that the son in the first film was a posh little English kid with spunk to this adult American guy... for me even the relationships just weren't the same. And that woman was completely different to the original Evie (okay, it might have been even weirder if she'd tried to mimic the original, but why just change people in the first place? And then trying to explain it away by having her write books about the adventures and I think she claimed that the character isn't exactly like her? Was that trying to explain her being a different person?). It might as well have been a different film altogether. No original Evie, no Imhotep - it's taking the mick, really, isn't it?