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My least favorite Indiana Jones Film (May contain a spoiler)
It's not a horrible film, but I didn't like it. The plot is a little too thin for me, and the explanation sequences really bothered me a lot. For the first Indy films, when Harrison Ford explained something, he only explained it once. In Raiders he explained what the Ark was, and really not too much else. In this movie, there is a least five of those sequences, and after two, I was a bit sick of them. I do agree with several of the other reviewers on here about Spielberg CGI statements, because there is far too much of it, and it's blatantly obvious. This definitely didn't allow me to enjoy the action sequences as much, for two reasons. One, is that several of the action sequences are in fact way too ridiculous and adding CGI to those sequences, definitely doesn't help. The other is the fact that no person could accomplish some of those scenes. I mean that's what I love about real Stuntmen, someone had to do it, so it had to of happened somehow. Anyhow, the plot wasn't amazing, and with 19 years in the works, that should have been good. Lucas has never been that great with dialogue, but after nineteen years, it should have been better. I didn't really like Karen Allen's performance, and her character in this movie is really only in it, because she was in Raiders. There is no really good reason why she is back, accept that Lucas thought, hey we should bring someone besides Harrison Ford back. The fact that Indiana Jones was almost a god in his inability to get injured and kick people's asses at retirement age, didn't really help. He never once was injured for more than like 2 seconds, even in Raiders he bled and was getting beaten up constantly and just used his ingenuity to win his battles. Now apparently at 60+ he's in better shape then ever before. See it if you want, don't expect it to be great, and I honestly wouldn't recommend seeing it in theaters. It's just not worth the money, unless the only reason you are spending it, is to see an Indy movie on the big screen. But personally, I'd rather find someone with a projector and watch any of the other ones, even if I had to pay 10 bucks.
-KosmicFreak Quoting my friend on this one.
While discussing Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
-Hey what was your favorite part of the movie?
-The Dark Knight Trailer