Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

123 mins
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At the height of the Cold War in 1957, the now quiet archaeologist Henry Jones Jr. (a.k.a. Indiana) is thrust... More

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull | Ratings & Reviews

"The first time I had contact with Indiana Jones was in 1993 when I taped the Friday Night Movie on TV2 and watched it first thing on Saturday morning. It was The Last Crusade, and I loved it. I immediately became interested in archaeology, or at least the idea of archaeology. I went to my school library, got out a book on ancient treasures and read it from cover to cover. Later that year I watched Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. It was creepy, with all that ripping out of hearts. I loved the minecart chase and the rope-bridge climax. Raiders of the Lost Ark came soon after that, capping the trilogy for me in reverse order. And there was even the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles TV series."

Flicks, Andrew HedleyFlicks

"Indiana Jones' fourth adventure is as rip roaring as we would expect, dotted with little jokey bits and a dash of Close Encounters of the Third Kind kind of thing... The first two Indiana Jones films are still the best, but Spielberg meets most of our expectations."

Urban CinefileUrban Cinefile

"As it turns out, it's not whether Harrison Ford is too old to be cracking the whip. Playing the movies' greatest archaeologist-adventurer 19 years after his supposed "Last" Crusade, Ford might be ancient. But he's hardly a ruin. Sure his timing on the occasional punchline might be off but the hat still fits."

New Zealand HeraldNew Zealand Herald

"A wee flat patch in the middle, and a Tarzan moment best left on the editing room floor took the shine off it a little, but otherwise, welcome back Indy."


"Director Steven Spielberg seems intent on celebrating his entire early career here. Whatever the story there is, a vague journey to return a spectacular archeological find to its rightful home -- an unusual goal of the old grave-robber, you must admit -- gets swamped in a sea of stunts and CGI that are relentless as the scenes and character relationships are charmless."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"A slick, fun film that has by no means sacrificed the fast action beats of the first three."

Empire MagazineEmpire Magazine

"It's not a great movie, but it ticks all the boxes for Indy fans. It's one last chance to enjoy the world's favourite relic-seeking archaeologist before he, himself, becomes a relic."

Christchurch PressChristchurch Press

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull | Details

M, Medium Level Violence
Action, Adventure
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