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Carolina Jones and the Broken Covenant (2008)

Nazi's have learned the secret location of the Ark 25 years after Indiana Jones last snatched it from their clutches. So, he sends his only daughter Carolina to send on a quest to find it. ... See full summary »



(as Charlie Browneye)
12 nominations. See more awards »


Cast overview, first billed only:
Carolina Jones
Nikky Blond ...
Helga (as Nikki Blond)
Roxy Panther ...
Hooker 1
John Brody
Zenza Raggi ...
Rick (as Karim)
Alex Forte ...
Brody Guard 1 (as Alex)
David Perry ...
Aron Laszlo ...
Clause Conrad
Tibor Butch ...
Indy Jones
Edward Bell ...
Ext. Monk 1
Joseph Gabor ...
Ext. Monk 2
Sabo Lazlo ...
Ext. Monk 3
Jeny Baby ...
Hooker 2


Nazi's have learned the secret location of the Ark 25 years after Indiana Jones last snatched it from their clutches. So, he sends his only daughter Carolina to send on a quest to find it. She is joined by a Southern Belle named Dixie and along the way both women have to confront the greatest loves of their lives - some good, some bad. Written by Il Tesoro

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2008 (USA)  »

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Carolina Jones: Look asshole, I loved you and you threw me away like a fake Picasso.
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References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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Might have known Indy would have more children scattered around the globe
18 November 2009 | by (The House of the Rising Sun) – See all my reviews

Decided to check out this title because it's listed on the IMDb as a spoof of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal skull. But, since production on 'The Broken Covenant' must have been underway before 'The Crystal Skull' was released, it is not surprising that the two films have very little in common (and there are are no references to the trailer like in 'Disaster Movie' either). However, there are some similarities between the two films: it stars Indiana Jones' only daughter, has a scene with ants, and takes place about 25 years after Raiders, making it 1962. She also says 'I have a very bad feeling about this' at one point. On the other hand, the bad guys are still the Nazi's. The story not surprisingly seems to take more hints from Raiders and The Last Crusade.

The production values are good. The opening titles look great. There are a couple of good special effects (and some of lesser quality). Several adversaries speak with subtitles and best of all, our heroine Carolina is introduced with that a Spielbergian zoom that was sadly missing in the fourth installment of Indiana Jones. But unfortunately, the fight scene that follows is very crappy and the one liner Carolina utters (the first of many) at the end of it is more Arnold Schwarzenegger than Harrison Ford. Then there is a sex scene between two people whom the script neglects to introduce while the girl who is to become Carolina's sidekick, Dixie, looks on in bondage.

After a couple of gruesome death scenes that are more early Peter Jackson than early Steven Spiel, Carolina has secured another Cross of Coronado like object (for a museum). Dixie joins Carolina in her next quest, spurred on by a letter from dad telling her to contact J.B. (aka John Brody). This man betrayed the family (meaning his father Marcus?) by selling the location of the Ark of the Covenant. They hitch a ride on a truck with 5 horny (possibly Russian) soldiers and... throw them off at gunpoint! What a wasted opportunity that was. Dixie distracts a guard while Carolina walks in on her first and only lover (J.B.) and an expensive prostitute. Naturally she waits for the hooker to finish him off, then gets the information and has her revenge with the help of his own deadly ant farm.

Dixie tells Carolina to get J.B. out of her head by taking another lover, so she takes advantage of the first man she meets, the 'houseboy' (who is hardly a boy) at a hotel. She should have waited a bit longer till she bumped into somebody more attractive, methinks. Arriving at the German bad guy's hideout in Israel, Dixie bumps into her husband (?) Rick. The three of them are quickly captured and about to be sacrificed to the power of the ark but in a surprise Deus Ex Machina papa Jones arrives to save the day. Screenwriter Charlie Browneye (haha) still has a bit to learn about writing action scenes while keeping your main characters sympathetic (Carolina and her father both murder like there is no tomorrow), but then this is only his first credited screenplay.

6 out of 10

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