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January 30, 2009
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is great for a movie that is so old. Harrison Ford is excellent and Sean Connery is amazing as his father. The story of the Holy Grail was retold in a brilliant way thanks to Steven Spielberg and George Lucas.
January 09, 2009
This is the best movie ever . but the rat part scared me sorry but I love it
October 15, 2008
I guess the Chicago Sun-Times was wrong. Just like so many damn critics...that are so overally paid...Roger Ebert? Why...why are you a critic and who are you to run your mouth for money you do not deserve.....unreal....so many others that would be better than you.
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The first of Spielberg's films to make us feel heavy in our seats, the first to leave us sitting, passive and uninvolved, on the outside. Watching it, you feel that nearly anyone could have directed it. Full Review
The New York Times
Though it cannot regain the brash originality of ''Raiders of the Lost Ark,'' in its own way 'The Last Crusade' is nearly as good, matching its audience's wildest hopes. Full Review
Fully up to, as well as virtually indistinguishable from, its predecessors The guarantee of Indiana Jones is that the pace never varies and the tone never changes; when you've had enough, you can feel free to leave. [24 May 1989, Tempo, p.1] Full Review
Christian Science Monitor
Also predictable is the film's simplistic treatment of themes from religion and myth It's curious that Spielberg and Lucas see these venerated objects not as symbols of divine inspiration but as repositories of a blind, undiscriminating force that can be wielded (like the three wishes from a genie or a magic lamp) by whoever gets their hands on them. [13 June 1989, Arts, p.11] Full Review
Start lining up now, bring a bullwhip -- and maybe some d-Con. Indiana will do the rest. Full Review