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Videos Trailer Clip Featurette Interview Video Photos Top cast Edit. Harrison Ford Indiana Jones. Cate Blanchett Irina Spalko. Shia LaBeouf Mutt Williams. Karen Allen Marion Ravenwood. Ray Winstone ‘Mac’ George Michale. John Hurt Professor Oxley. Jim Broadbent Dean Charles Stanforth. Igor Jijikine Dovchenko. Dimitri Diatchenko Russian Suit. Ilia Volok Russian Suit. Emmanuel Todorov Russian Soldier. Pasha D.

Lychnikoff Russian Soldier. Andrew Divoff Russian Soldier. And throw in lots of monkeys. The Indiana Jones movies were directed by Steven Spielberg and written by George Lucas and a small army of screenwriters, but they exist in a universe of their own.

Hell, they created it. All you can do is compare one to the other three. And even then, what will it get you? If you eat four pounds of sausage, how do you choose which pound tasted the best? Well, the first one, of course, and then there’s a steady drop-off of interest. That’s why no Indy adventure can match ” Raiders of the Lost Ark ” But if “Crystal Skull” or “Temple of Doom” from or “Last Crusade” from, had come first in the series, who knows how much fresher it might have seemed?

True, “Raiders of the Lost Ark” stands alone as an action masterpiece, but after that the series is compelled to be, in the words of Indiana himself, “same old same old. Up against them, Indiana Jones is once again played by Harrison Ford , who is now 65 but looks a lot like he did at 55 or 46, which is how old he was when he made “Last Crusade. He and his sidekick Mac McHale Ray Winstone are taken by the cool, contemptuous Soviet uber-villainess Irina Spalko Cate Blanchett to a cavernous warehouse to seek out a crate he saw there years ago.

The contents of the crate are hyper-magnetic lord, I love this stuff and betray themselves when Indy throws a handful of gunpowder into the air. In ways too labyrinthine to describe, the crate leads Indy, Mac, Irina and the Russians far up the Amazon. Indiana requests gunpowder, since the box’s contents are highly magnetized, and he uses it to guide him to the box. After they find its approximate location, Jones uses cracked shotgun shells to find the crate. When the crate is found and opened up, a humanoid form is seen wrapped in a silver material.

Spalko cuts open the silver material, but before she can see the crate’s contents, Jones hits a Russian and steals his gun, and he takes another gun using his whip and gives it to Mac. Threatening to shoot Spalko, Indy is in complete control of the situation, until Mac turns his gun on his friend. Mac walks over to the Soviet side, and after Spalko asks if Jones has any “defiant last word” Jones simply replies “I like Ike” and he tosses the gun on the floor which causes it to fire, distracting the Soviets and giving the archaeologist the chance to get away.

Spalko tries to drive off with the crate, and Jones tries to swing onto the jeep but misses and crashes through a truck’s windshield, saying: “Damn! I thought that was closer. Now, driving the truck, he begins to ram Spalko. Indiana jumps on the Doctor’s car, throws her out of the car, and crashes into the corner of a wall of crates in the process shattering the corner of the crate containing the Ark of the Covenant.

Indy crashes his jeep into a car with Mac and Hoover inside and tries to escape, but an infuriated Dovchenko attacks him, and they fall through a skylight into an underground room with the rocket sled, which is activated when the Colonel is kicked through a glass pane into a control room.

A few Russians and Mac arrive to help Dovchenko, but the sled is activated, incinerating several soldiers as Jones and Dovchenko are rocketed through a tunnel and out into the desert by the sled on which they were fighting. Meanwhile Spalko gets on another car, picks up Mac and congratulates him on a job well done. Indy gets away because the ride leaves Dovchenko unconscious, and a squad of Russians give pursuit in a car. Stumbling through the desert, he finds “shelter” in a small town, but finds that there are no inhabitants other than various mannequins.

When a warning siren sounds, Indy and the three pursuing Russians Lincoln , Franklin , and Hoover realize with horror that this is a ” Doom Town “, which is about to be destroyed by a nuclear bomb. The Russians get back in their car and speed away from the town, while Indy seals himself in a lead-lined refrigerator.

Seconds later, the bomb detonates, and “Doom Town” is totally obliterated. The Russians and their car are ripped apart by the blast wave, but the fridge containing Indy is blasted across the desert, and protects him from the deadly radiation. Surviving the blast, Indy is found and interrogated by the FBI , who accuse him of being a communist because he was an associate of George McHale. As soon as Jones returns to the university, he is sent away on a temporary break, with full pay, because the FBI ransacked his office.

His friend Dean Charles Stanforth had to quit his job to get Jones the offer he got. Indiana sadly states that the past few years have been very tough because both his dad, Henry Jones Sr. Jones decides that there is nothing left for him at the university, so he buys a train ticket to New York. Shortly after boarding the train, however, he is confronted by Mutt Williams who asks him if he’s ever met Harold Oxley.

Mutt gives Indiana a letter that was sent by his mother, Mary Williams. Indy and Mutt discuss Oxley’s situation when two KGB agents try to capture them, but a Greaser and Soc fight breaks out and the archaeologist and his new sidekick get away.

A brief University campus chase starts, but it ends when one of the two pursuing Russian cars crashes into a statue of the now deceased Marcus Brody. Following a series of clues left in a riddle written in a dead language by Oxley, Mutt and Indiana figure that the skull must be in Nazca. They visit the sanatorium where Oxley was held and they discover that he had drawn a location to Orellana’s cradle, which didn’t mean his birthplace, but his final resting place.

Orellana, a conquistador, was believed to have been searching for the skull before vanishing mysteriously. They journey through the tomb, and in the process defeat two cemetery warriors who were Indigenous people wearing skulls as masks.

One is killed when Jones blows a poisonous dart into his throat right when he was about to fire it, and the other is scared after it is hit with a shovel and when Jones threatens to shoot it.

As they journey into a grave, a huge scorpion stings Mutt, but Indy tells him not to worry, with scorpions “the bigger, the better”.

The two continue and eventually find seven mummified beings at the bottom of the grave. They open one, and the corpse considerably disintegrates seconds after being exposed to the air the mummified shrouds had preserved the corpse for several hundred years. Mutt and Indy soon discover that a second corpse has already been opened.

Jones picks up some golden coins and these fly towards the corpse in the bandages. Mutt is given Francisco de Orellana’s armor-clad corpse to hold while Indy looks for the crystal skull in the bandages. After he finds it, Mutt’s blade is immediately pulled towards the skull. Both of them note that neither gold nor crystal is magnetic. As they emerge from the tomb, they find themselves surrounded by Soviets, including Mac, Dovchenko and Irina.

Jones and Williams are taken to a Soviet camp in the middle of a jungle. A drunken Mac stumbles into the tent where Indy is being held with his hands and feet strapped down and talks about why he betrayed him, and, when Irina enters, Mac simply says that this is all ” Just like in Berlin. She states that the skull was not made by human hands, and proceeds to slice open an alien corpse found in New Mexico, the corpse she stole from Hangar 51; it is revealed that the alien’s bones are made of crystal, just like the skull.

Jones is about to be exposed to the skull’s power by having him look into its eyes when Irina states that “It does not talk to everyone. After some exposition and a brief explanation of her plan to turn everyone in the world into a communist, the skull is put away, and, Mac, fretting over his friend’s well being unties Indy, who breaks his nose with a single punch. Spalko blackmails Indiana into helping her by first threatening to kill Mutt, who defiantly combs his hair and tells the Professor not to “Give these pigs a thing.

Jones deciphers what Oxley has been saying and the clues he draws on some paper. While everyone is distracted, Mutt seizes the opportunity to punch a Soviet soldier and overturn a table, cuing the group’s escape. Spalko and the soldiers are about to give chase but Mutt sets one of their tents on fire. When Indy and Marion fall into a dry sand pit , Mutt runs off to get something to pull them out with.

While they are sinking Marion reveals that Mutt is Indy’s son, to which Indy reacts by arguing with Marion about letting Mutt quit school, despite the fact that he had told Mutt that if it felt wrong then he shouldn’t do it, he should’ve done what he wanted to do. Mutt returns with a huge rat snake and Marion easily climbs out, however, Indy has a harder time due to his phobia of snakes, so they call it a rope and Indy eventually makes it out. Oxley, told to get help, loosely interprets the message and leads Spalko and the soldiers as “reinforcements”.

The next day, Spalko and some soldiers travel in a car through the jungle along with a small caravan of trucks and cars, one which is transporting Oxley, the Skull, Mac and some soldiers, all led by the beastly Jungle Cutter. In a truck at the tail of the caravan, Dovchenko guards their bound prisoners: Jones, Ravenwood, and Williams. Marion takes the time to tell Mutt that Jones is his real father.

Mutt doesn’t believe it, and Jones and Marion end up arguing about their past. Colonel Dovchenko, tired of the argument, eventually gags Marion. Jones and Mutt use the opportunity to kick the Colonel into unconsciousness.

After freeing themselves, they take control of the truck, and Indy finds a RPG and blows up the tree wrecking vehicle, which surprises Spalko. Indy, Mutt and Marion leave the truck they were being held captive on after it is nearly split in two by the Cutter’s blades, which were sent flying after the vehicle’s explosion. A lengthy chase ensues after Indy, Marion and Mutt jump into a “duck” an amphibious vehicle to try and recapture the Stolen Skull, leaving the knocked out Colonel in a driver-less vehicle.

Spalko has her soldiers drive towards the car with Oxley and Mac in it so she can retrieve the Crystal Skull. After Indy jumps from the duck to the other car, he punches and throws all the Soviets out except for one who clings to the back.

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Retrieved March 12, Retrieved February 9, The Indiana Jones movies were directed by Steven Spielberg and written by George Lucas and a small army of screenwriters, but they exist in a universe of their own. Hell, they created it. All you can do is compare one to the other three.

And even then, what will it get you? If you eat four pounds of sausage, how do you choose which pound tasted the best? Well, the first one, of course, and then there’s a steady drop-off of interest. That’s why no Indy adventure can match ” Raiders of the Lost Ark ” But if “Crystal Skull” or “Temple of Doom” from or “Last Crusade” from, had come first in the series, who knows how much fresher it might have seemed?

True, “Raiders of the Lost Ark” stands alone as an action masterpiece, but after that the series is compelled to be, in the words of Indiana himself, “same old same old.

Up against them, Indiana Jones is once again played by Harrison Ford , who is now 65 but looks a lot like he did at 55 or 46, which is how old he was when he made “Last Crusade. He and his sidekick Mac McHale Ray Winstone are taken by the cool, contemptuous Soviet uber-villainess Irina Spalko Cate Blanchett to a cavernous warehouse to seek out a crate he saw there years ago.

The contents of the crate are hyper-magnetic lord, I love this stuff and betray themselves when Indy throws a handful of gunpowder into the air.

In ways too labyrinthine to describe, the crate leads Indy, Mac, Irina and the Russians far up the Amazon. Along the way they’ve gathered Marion Ravenwood Karen Allen , Indy’s girlfriend from the first film, and a young biker named Mutt Williams Shia LeBeouf , who is always combing his ducktail haircut. Top credits Director Steven Spielberg. See more at IMDbPro. Videos Trailer Clip Featurette Interview Video Photos Top cast Edit.

Harrison Ford Indiana Jones. Cate Blanchett Irina Spalko. Shia LaBeouf Mutt Williams. Karen Allen Marion Ravenwood. Ray Winstone ‘Mac’ George Michale. John Hurt Professor Oxley. Jim Broadbent Dean Charles Stanforth. Igor Jijikine Dovchenko. Dimitri Diatchenko Russian Suit. Ilia Volok Russian Suit. Emmanuel Todorov Russian Soldier. Pasha D. After freeing themselves, they take control of the truck, and Indy finds a RPG and blows up the tree wrecking vehicle, which surprises Spalko. Indy, Mutt and Marion leave the truck they were being held captive on after it is nearly split in two by the Cutter’s blades, which were sent flying after the vehicle’s explosion.

A lengthy chase ensues after Indy, Marion and Mutt jump into a “duck” an amphibious vehicle to try and recapture the Stolen Skull, leaving the knocked out Colonel in a driver-less vehicle.

Spalko has her soldiers drive towards the car with Oxley and Mac in it so she can retrieve the Crystal Skull. After Indy jumps from the duck to the other car, he punches and throws all the Soviets out except for one who clings to the back. Spalko begins ramming into Indy’s car and the back-hanging Russian climbs back up and manages to throw the skull at Spalko before finally falling of. Mutt and Marion drive by and Mutt uses one of Spalko’s swords to retrieve the skull.

Irina is finally forced to draw out her rapier as she engages Mutt in a battle for the skull. She beats him out and even wounds him right above his right eye. The skull ends up in Oxley’s hands again after a brief scuffle and Irina unknowingly passes over to Marion’s car. She is about to stab Ravenwood but she is suddenly thrown onto the car’s hood after Marion slams the brakes.

Spalko holds onto a gun that was on the duck’s hood and she frantically begins to shoot at the windscreen, while Mutt fights the Soviet driver for the skull on another car. After regaining control of herself, Irina climbs further onto the hood and takes aim straight at Marion, who thinks fast and manages to throw the Soviet doctor onto another car.

However this happens to be the car with Mutt on it and after a brief fight with him, Irina kicks him in the head while he holds her down and after kicking Mutt off her car who lands on Jones’ car , she retrieves the skull. Mutt meanwhile winds up getting tangled in some vines and is lifted onto a canopy away from Indy’s car. Spalko takes over the car she is on by pushing the Russian Driver into the back of the car.

She then begins to ram the car into Indy’s so he’ll fall off the cliff they were driving next to, prompting the remaining Russian on Dr. Jones’ car to jump of the car’s back. She is about to drive the famed archaeologist off, even taunting him with a perfectly delivered “Do svidaniya, Dr. Suddenly Mutt, who got the idea from watching a group of monkeys , swings in on a vine and lands on Spalko’s car, along with about a dozen or so monkeys that followed him.

Mutt takes back the skull and jumps onto Indy’s car, and they drive away from the cliff while Spalko is harassed by several monkeys.

After stabilizing the situation and getting rid of all the monkeys by throwing them out of the car even throwing one off the cliff in her rage , she keeps up her pursuit of the part-time professor. Indiana, distracted by his recently arrived son who has finally nabbed the skull, crashes through some foliage and into a pile of dirt and some logs.

Soon after Spalko and the soviet driver crash through the same foliage and nearly decapitate Indiana, Mutt, Oxley and Mac by driving over them as she crashes into another dirt mound. As the dust clears Indy and his gangs notice that Spalko is pointing her gun at them, however she hesitates when a large red ant bites her hand. Everyone starts running, and after a truck filled with Russian soldiers drives into the scene, Dovchenko, who survived, leaps out and attacks Indy.

Marion appears, driving the badly beat up amphibious vehicle and tells Mutt and Mac to jump in. Both the driver and Irina flee, however the Soviet soldier just wasn’t quick enough and he is devoured by the massive amount of ants after he succumbs to their biting. Noticing a vine above her, Spalko quickly jumps up and begins to climb up for her life. While Dovchenko and Indiana duke it out, the ants begin to swarm around Oxley, who is just lying on the ground.

When he pulls out the skull, however, the carnivorous insects go around the skull, as if it were creating some kind of barrier.

The ants begin to pile up in an attempt to reach Spalko, and one even succeeds in climbing up her leg; however it meets a grisly end when it is crushed between her thighs. Jones and the Colonel fight inside the skull protective range, and, just when Indy is knocked down to the floor and it looks like the Colonel is winning, the archaeologist picks up a small log and beats up the Soviet Colonel until he falls back, right into the swarm of army ants.

They all pile up on him and, when he screams, they even crawl into his mouth. Dovchenko is carried into the anthill and he disappears, along with the ant swarm, which almost takes Indy’s fedora with them, but he repels them with the skull’s power. Indy picks up Ox and carries him to Marion and the car, meanwhile a small Soviet car comes to Spalko’s aid, and she just drops down onto the passenger seat.

The soldier loaded truck parks on the cliff’s edge and all the soldiers and their leader begin to climb down some ropes that they just secured.

Marion drives the car with all the good guys in it off the cliff, but it lands on a huge tree that was growing on the ravine’s side. They are gently lowered in to the river below, and the tree recoils and hits the cliff wall, knocking down several Soviet soldiers. Realizing that when Oxley said, “Three times it drops. In the end though, they all survive after they plummet through the three progressively higher waterfalls.

The group enters a cavern shaped like a human head with a waterfall sprouting from its eyes Oxley had said that the temple was found by going “Through eyes I last saw in tears. Ox holds up the skull in front a life-sized painting and there is a perfect match. It is read in the pictograms that the Ugha tribe was taught irrigation and agriculture by these beings. After going through a big stone chamber the group encounters some angry natives who chase them out of the cave and into the open.

Oxley pulls out the Crystal Skull and the savage Ugha back away. Spalko finds what appears to be a tracking device at the shore of the lake, and she looks up at the cave where another tracking device was probably dropped.

Mac is upset by the fact that he hasn’t seen any gold yet after climbing up a Mayan pyramid with an obelisk over key. Jones figures out that to open the “Palace of Eternity” the obelisk needs to move, so everyone begins to break some ornate stone heads that hung in a stone structure beneath the obelisk. Breaking a lot of the heads causes sand to pour out, and the obelisk to rise up. The group is sucked underground, but the stone steps on which they fell begin to draw back into the wall, so they are forced to run down the tube-like structure to avoid being impaled by the stone spikes waiting in the water below.

No one makes it all the way down in time, so they all plummet about seven meters into the water; Oxley drops the skull and he frantically begins to look for it.

Indy and Marion share a tender moment and are about to kiss when Mutt unexpectedly drops a heavily armored skeleton into Indy’s arms. The skull is found and Mac steals some gold from an armored figure that was impaled on one of the spikes. Indy leads the way into the temple through a door on the side, and Mac is seen dropping a flashing silver and red tracking device on the ground. Outside, the Ugha are brutally gunned down, and Spalko kneels to pick up yet another tracking device.

Indy is very impressed by what is found in the chamber that they have just entered, artifacts from all over the world. Everyone eagerly looks around, Mutt exclaiming that the place was the mother load, and Mac commenting on how any museum in the world would sell its soul for the trove stored in there. Ox walks towards a huge red door, and Indy notices that a skeleton was carved in the middle of the door, so he borrows the crystal skull and he places it in the head part of the carving, where the skull fits snugly.

A giant red arrow comes down on the door and each half retracts into its corresponding side, revealing a tunnel. Everyone climbs in, and, as they examine the thirteen crystal skeletons, all of them sitting in ornate gold thrones, Ox moves towards the one with no head.

Just as skeleton and head are about to be reunited, a gun clicks in the background and Mac is seen pointing his gun at Ox, forcing him to back away from the skull. Indy asks Mac if he’s a triple agent and Mac just retorts by explaining that he just lied about being CIA. Just then Spalko and four Soviet soldiers walk in to the chamber, and the Russian doctor comments on how beautiful the skeletons are. She also notes “They are a hive mind, of separate bodies but of a single mentality.

Irina takes the missing skull and puts it back where it belongs, this causes the once headless skeleton to straighten, taking the upright pose of the other twelve. It is then that Harold Oxley begins to talk in Mayan. Indy translates and explains that the skull is “Grateful for being returned, and that it would like to give them a gift.

 

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