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Summary: After arriving in India, Indiana Jones is asked by a desperate village to find a mystical stone. He agrees, and stumbles upon a secret cult plotting a terrible plan in the catacombs of an ancient palace (imdb)
This is a mockery of Raiders. The witty, ballsy, drink-you-under-the-table Marian Ravenswood is gone, replaced with the shrieking, stupid, whining Willie Scott. Bumbling but lovable Salaam is replaced with "Short Round," easily the most annoying kid in any movie. Entirely too slapsticky, relies too heavily on gross-out tricks and even the special effects are sub-par. Most disappointing sequel ever.
Not as good as "Raiders" or "Last Crusade," but better than "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull." The story isn't as good as the other two, and the female lead can be annoying sometimes (though she can be funny). Still a good movie.
Probably the weakest of the three Indiana Jones movies but still a good action romp.
Some good effects and good use of humour helps the film maintain a strong pace. Deep and meaningful it may not be but great fun for a family movie.
Weakest of the original trilogy by some considerable margin. Looks great from the outset, mainly thanks to the promising Indian setting, but soon degenerates into a mildly pointless action romp about practically nothing. Indiana might have always been designed to be firmly tongue firmly in cheek throughout, but here proposed amusement all too often comes across purely as corny stupidity.
Saw this with two ten-year old kids right after Iron Man 2, and they lapped it up. Constant cliff-hangers, consciously retro stylings, and over-the-top orientalism. Just remember that this is not India-in-our-world, this is Spielberg hamming up "India-as-it-was-in-popular-entertainment-in-the-1920s". Fun kitsch.
This is a downright terrible movie, guys. 50 points for Indy. Short Round and Capshaw are racist/sexist and annoying beyond all reason. When Kate sings, "Anything Goes" in Mandarin with a complete musical number, I guess Spielberg is trying to tell us not to take anything seriously. But it's Indy, so I feel obliged.