Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Famed archaeologist/adventurer Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones is called back into action when he becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to uncover the secret behind mysterious artifacts known as the Crystal Skulls.
I do not hate this movie like most everyone else does. There are lots of over the top moments, but Indiana Jones has those. Personally there was about one too many, but oh well. I liked that it was about Communists since that works better with the time line, I liked that Indiana Jones had a son, though, I could have done without Marion.
My husband likes to randomly put this movie in, mainly because he doesn’t hate it like everyone else either and he likes to point out all the reasons why it’s not bad.
This didn’t ruin my childhood, it didn’t make me angry, it was just there, and it was nice to be back in the world.
This movie siphoned off all my faith in the universe. I used to delight in the laughter of children, the bounding, floppy-eared gait of a puppy on a balmy summer day. Spielberg ruined all that. But if one person can love this movie then I, too, can learn to love again.
Thank you Dynamite Review. 🙂
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Lol great comment. I wouldn’t say I love the movie, probably my least favorite, but it’s still an Indiana Jones film. Now don’t get me started on the most recent Die Hard movie.