Paramount Pictures | Release Date: May 24, 1989
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ballpark_frankNov 23, 2012
I still don't care too much for the opening, which tries to explain some of the back story of the Indiana Jones character (fear of snakes, the whip and fedora, etc.); but the rest of this film mesmerizes me. The addition of Connery to theI still don't care too much for the opening, which tries to explain some of the back story of the Indiana Jones character (fear of snakes, the whip and fedora, etc.); but the rest of this film mesmerizes me. The addition of Connery to the cast (as Indy's father) is a nice touch, providing further insight into the character development, though it does seem to be pushed a bit past the limit at times. Still, in a film-ic version of old serials, limits were made to be pushed. There is not much time to relax during the entire running time, but I don't see that as a problem. The humor (through both the Marcus Brody and Saliah characters, as well as the interplay between the Fords) is in just about the right proportion (again though, it does push the limits). The storyline harkens back to the "Raiders" style, drawing on religious themes and including everyone's favorite bad guys: Nazis. It's flicks like this which go a long ways to atoning for past mistakes (re: "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"). Expand
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iCronicJul 11, 2014
Last of the three original Indiana Jones Movies with Sean Connery. Adds a new Flair to Indiana Jones, providing good chemistry between Ford and him
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JipaDec 7, 2014
My favorite movie! The plot was the best and the scenes were epic! The actors definitely improved from the previous movies. What can i really say? Stop reading and start watching!
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UrbanlistenerJan 18, 2016
This movie is so good that it makes it very hard to say which of the Indiana Jones is the best. The film hits all the right notes, as the first one did, with the Spielberg magic at its highest, everything is just like you would expect it andThis movie is so good that it makes it very hard to say which of the Indiana Jones is the best. The film hits all the right notes, as the first one did, with the Spielberg magic at its highest, everything is just like you would expect it and like it to be in an Indy film. A great entertainment for all ages that will never get old or tired. Expand
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Duke_NukemOct 10, 2015
Many people will say that this movie and the first Indiana Jones movie are the best two in the whole series, and they are right!

This movie is again filled with action, excitement, adventure and humor. The chemistry between Harrison Ford
Many people will say that this movie and the first Indiana Jones movie are the best two in the whole series, and they are right!

This movie is again filled with action, excitement, adventure and humor. The chemistry between Harrison Ford and Sean Connery is fantastic. The music of John Williams is great as always, the main theme just doesn't get old... it's one of the most famous themes in the history of film music.

Indiana Jones is kicking some nazi butt as usual, this time pursuing the Holy Grail, and while he's at it also finding his father dr. Henry Jones senior who has been kidnapped. This time Indiana gets to see Hitler eye to eye, and he even gets his autograph.

The Last Crusade gets a score of 10 out of 10, just like the first Indiana Jones movie Raiders of the Lost Ark.
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grandpajoe6191Sep 24, 2011
The movie still has its adventurous spirit with a bad ass performance by Harrison Ford. However, the movie may be boring for some of those who already have watched its prequels due to the extreme similarity. Overall if you like adventures, aThe movie still has its adventurous spirit with a bad ass performance by Harrison Ford. However, the movie may be boring for some of those who already have watched its prequels due to the extreme similarity. Overall if you like adventures, a great movie to watch. Expand
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aggiefanatic95Feb 6, 2012
The best of all of the Indiana Jones.
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outlawingMar 15, 2011
The best opus of the Saga. Great acting, specially from Ford and Connery. This movie is a perfect mix of humour, action and good scenario . No doubt it's a cult movie !
"Pro" critic reviews is just a joke, it deserves, at least a 80 rating !
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mrjeffsirMar 28, 2012
This film is excellent, it really holds up to the first 2 without a doubt and is way better the disappointingly over awful fourth film, Harrison Ford and Sean Connery's on screen chemistry is brilliant, easily one of Sean Connery's bestThis film is excellent, it really holds up to the first 2 without a doubt and is way better the disappointingly over awful fourth film, Harrison Ford and Sean Connery's on screen chemistry is brilliant, easily one of Sean Connery's best movies. Really entertaining throughout. Expand
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muzzikloverMay 5, 2011
In my opinion the best film in the entire series, The Last Crusade was a huge step up from Temple of Doom and a huge improvement from Raiders of the Lost Ark. Why? The action was better, the plot was more engaging and probably the mainIn my opinion the best film in the entire series, The Last Crusade was a huge step up from Temple of Doom and a huge improvement from Raiders of the Lost Ark. Why? The action was better, the plot was more engaging and probably the main highlight is the father and son chemistry between Harrison Ford and Sean Connery that completely made the film so damn enjoyable. Expand
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ZenRobotJul 8, 2012
It's flabbergasting that this movie has a 66/100 metascore from "critics". not sure what they were smoking back in 89 but this movie is unsurpassable in the Action/Adventure genre.
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imthenoobOct 6, 2013
Until the last half hour or so, Last Crusade was a pretty solid film. It's just the ending was so painfully stupid, It sort of ruined the film for me. I mean sitting through it for 2 hours for that ending was sort of disappointing.
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NazguleroApr 4, 2011
Geared towards 12 year olds. The dialogue is so cheesy, it makes you cringe. Every single scene is so made, it is just way too obvious that there is a camera on the other side. Sean Connery as Indiana's dad is completely and utterly miscast.Geared towards 12 year olds. The dialogue is so cheesy, it makes you cringe. Every single scene is so made, it is just way too obvious that there is a camera on the other side. Sean Connery as Indiana's dad is completely and utterly miscast. The rest of the characters are all too cliche. The entire story is so bad, it is just plain boring. Expand
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LincolnC.Nov 27, 2007
When Dr. Henry Jones Sr. suddenly goes missing while pursuing the Holy Grail, eminent archaeologist Indiana Jones must follow in his father's footsteps and stop the Nazis in this adventure of a lifetime. But this adventure truly does When Dr. Henry Jones Sr. suddenly goes missing while pursuing the Holy Grail, eminent archaeologist Indiana Jones must follow in his father's footsteps and stop the Nazis in this adventure of a lifetime. But this adventure truly does nothing, a soulless atmosphere and dull shit. Expand
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PhilipC.Nov 27, 2007
A discovery that looks for the surreal, superb mystery of theoretic discoveries of the holy grail, what holy grail? I never realized that the grail was involved ever since the title said it was a crusade. During the crusades, nobody was A discovery that looks for the surreal, superb mystery of theoretic discoveries of the holy grail, what holy grail? I never realized that the grail was involved ever since the title said it was a crusade. During the crusades, nobody was looking for any holy grail, not in WW2. Expand
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CeliaA.Nov 27, 2007
Not my type, doesn't even hit the spot, it gets me thinking that this should be one of the TV episodes. Its that cheesy.
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MovieLonely94Nov 1, 2010
Harrison Ford saves the day again along with Sean Connery.
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csw12Jan 29, 2013
One of the more worthy installments of the franchise, containing a hefty amount of laughs, lots of stunning effects and some great chemistry between Connery and Ford. A great conclusion to a classic franchise.
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watithink123Jul 29, 2012
A great film! I just loved it and its my second fav Indiana Jones film. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 8.9/10
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OfficialMar 8, 2014
The fast-paced third installment is brainy, exciting and it's better than both of its predecessors. It's not as dark as "Temple of Doom", and there are scenes that are just hilarious. This is a thrill ride and it won't leave you disappointed.
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MonsieurEamesJul 12, 2012
Not as good as Raiders of the Lost Ark, but better than Temple of Doom. The Last Crusade plays it safe by going back to the more successful style of the franchise's first installment, which was welcomed by fans after some didn't approve ofNot as good as Raiders of the Lost Ark, but better than Temple of Doom. The Last Crusade plays it safe by going back to the more successful style of the franchise's first installment, which was welcomed by fans after some didn't approve of Doom's dark tones. Expand
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NecromusDec 4, 2012
Unlike the disappointment that "The Temple Of Doom" was for me, I really enjoyed "The Last Crusade". It was filled with action, comedy, a great musical score, great acting and great directing just like the original "Raiders of the Lost Ark".Unlike the disappointment that "The Temple Of Doom" was for me, I really enjoyed "The Last Crusade". It was filled with action, comedy, a great musical score, great acting and great directing just like the original "Raiders of the Lost Ark". And unlike The Temple of Doom it has no annoying girl screaming through the whole thing lol.. This is my second favourite Indiana Jones movie, with "Raiders of the Lost Ark" being my favourite. Expand
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WriteFilmLive21Dec 29, 2012
"The Last Crusade" is the final film in the original Indiana Jones trilogy - and fittingly, the most entertaining of them all. This time, Indy's dad joins the adventure, played by Sean Connery, and the chemistry between these two gives the"The Last Crusade" is the final film in the original Indiana Jones trilogy - and fittingly, the most entertaining of them all. This time, Indy's dad joins the adventure, played by Sean Connery, and the chemistry between these two gives the movie a fantastic human center quite unique to the series. They find themselves on a quest to prevent the Nazis from acquiring the Holy Grail - and yeah, although this is essentially a rehash of the original, it's just so damn much fun that you simply don't care or even really notice. I'd seen films 1 and 3 several times before I suddenly realized how similar they were, and that's the impressive strength of "Last Crusade" - you get so caught up in everything with Indy and his dad, so swept up in spectacular chase sequences, that they could be after the Ark a second time and you still wouldn't care. "Raiders" may have established this traditional Indy formula, departed from only in the very different "Temple of Doom", but it is perfected and tied with a bow here in "Last Crusade". The music is at its best, the action is at its best, the characters are at their best, and of course Spielberg is at his best. It's a straight-up A-grade thrillride. Expand
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ScorpionMay 12, 2013
The third Indiana Jones movie is fantastic, and probably the best of the series, because its thematic is fun and good to explore and in the hands of Spielberg, this is perfect, because nothing could be better than Idiana Jones and James Bond,The third Indiana Jones movie is fantastic, and probably the best of the series, because its thematic is fun and good to explore and in the hands of Spielberg, this is perfect, because nothing could be better than Idiana Jones and James Bond, fighting Nazis while discussing the relationship of father and son and the holy graau hunting. Expand
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DibbHansenJul 15, 2013
This is the BEST Indiana Jones film of the series with a very witty and well written script that makes it feel fresh and new, fantastic performances by Harrison Ford and Sean Connery really make this film hilarious and awesome, the directionThis is the BEST Indiana Jones film of the series with a very witty and well written script that makes it feel fresh and new, fantastic performances by Harrison Ford and Sean Connery really make this film hilarious and awesome, the direction and tone (Spielberg does a fantastic job at focusing the film on certain spots), the action is top notch epic, the adventure tone is very well done and is done in a sort of race tone which makes it more fun and enjoyable and the music is wonderful (once again Williams is amazing!). This film packs it all in and tops the others in every way possible and makes one of the greatest adventure films ever made! Expand
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MovieGuysJan 5, 2014
The third installment to the Indiana Jones trilogy (I do not count the fourth one) is very refreshing and unlike most second sequels, still has a lot of energy and hope. Sean Connery is great as Indy's befuddled father who was never there forThe third installment to the Indiana Jones trilogy (I do not count the fourth one) is very refreshing and unlike most second sequels, still has a lot of energy and hope. Sean Connery is great as Indy's befuddled father who was never there for his son as a child. Expand
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marcmyworksDec 10, 2013
A great finale to the Indie Trilogy (Crystal Skull doesn't exist I tell you!). Sean Connery is brilliant as Indie's Dad as the religious archifact adventures of our favourite archaeologist continue.
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AaronWasserman2May 5, 2014
Sean Connery and Harrison Ford...father and son? its great. This movie like its predacessors is alot of fun. Harrison really shines in this film and boy do things go down hill in the next one.....
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RedRyan18May 22, 2014
While the special effects are just as top-notch as ever, it's in the character scenes between Harrison and Sean where the film really shines. They share such great chemistry the audience truly believes they could be related.
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Pelen23Aug 11, 2014
It is the worst of the franchise . Not only historically incorrect , it is unfunny. It is rather insulting for some. I will stick with the second one.
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Lara-Aug 7, 2014
To quote Dr. Sheldon Cooper (actor Jim Parsons) from "The Big Bang Theory": "Indiana Jones is the love child of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas". Harrison Ford has always been charming and great in his movies. But his roles as theTo quote Dr. Sheldon Cooper (actor Jim Parsons) from "The Big Bang Theory": "Indiana Jones is the love child of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas". Harrison Ford has always been charming and great in his movies. But his roles as the archeology professor with an appetite for adventures put viewers all over the world in excitement and contentment. Indiana Jones is without a doubt an unforgettable character. "The Last Crusade" is the third movie which on my opinion is the best. I've watched it countless times. The father - son relationship between Harrison Ford and Sean Connery (who plays his father) is remarkable. The wittiness, dangers situations and the funny commentaries from Ford and Connery makes this movie so much different, special and unique from the others. All that combined with the wonderful presence of the late Denholm Elliot and John Rhys Davies blasts the movie extremely high. Spielberg and Lucas did create a masterpiece which will outlive us and will always fascinate everyone. All of those who love adventures, danger, adrenaline, history will enjoy to the max this epic production. Expand
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BrandonL.Mar 8, 2006
'Radier's of the Lost Ark' was good. 'Temple of Doom' was awful. The third in the Indy series, 'The Last Crusade,' is, by far, the best in the trilogy. Sean Connery is great as Indy's father and 'Radier's of the Lost Ark' was good. 'Temple of Doom' was awful. The third in the Indy series, 'The Last Crusade,' is, by far, the best in the trilogy. Sean Connery is great as Indy's father and Harrison is, of course, awesome as Indy Jones. An excellent movie. Expand
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DanC.May 3, 2004
It is very good. Much better than Temple of Doom but not nearly as good as Raiders.
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AndyJan 20, 2007
The 2nd best Indi movie after Raiders. I'm surprised it doesn't fair well with the critics, this is a classic in my opinion.
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gm101Feb 27, 2012
Another good adventure moie with Indiana Jones. However, I really think the search for religious artifacts was becoming tiresome by this point.
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asylumspadezNov 20, 2011
It was good but not that good. I think Sean Connery was a great addition and works well with Harrison Ford. The rest of the cast was fine as well. I would have liked it see it be more original then the previous films but it was still a solidIt was good but not that good. I think Sean Connery was a great addition and works well with Harrison Ford. The rest of the cast was fine as well. I would have liked it see it be more original then the previous films but it was still a solid addition to the series. Expand
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MichaelDJul 29, 2011
Not the best movie in the series but still great fun. And I really liked the chemistry of Ford and Connery. And to everyone who says that nobody was looking for the grail at the time: IT'S NOT REAL! It's just a movie. Other than that, theNot the best movie in the series but still great fun. And I really liked the chemistry of Ford and Connery. And to everyone who says that nobody was looking for the grail at the time: IT'S NOT REAL! It's just a movie. Other than that, the movie is a blast. Expand
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GreatbealloFeb 23, 2012
This was my favorite of the series when I was a child, but Raiders is just a better movie. I love the banter between father and son in this particular installment. Ford and Connery worked well together here. A vast improvement upon Temple ofThis was my favorite of the series when I was a child, but Raiders is just a better movie. I love the banter between father and son in this particular installment. Ford and Connery worked well together here. A vast improvement upon Temple of Doom. This is the second best of all four movies. Expand
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Compi24Nov 28, 2012
One of the more worthy installments of the franchise, containing a hefty amount of laughs, lots of stunning effects and some great chemistry between Connery and Ford.
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survivorfan989May 11, 2013
Compared to the first two I think the third installment was just a little under, but only by a little as all three films were very good. Indy is back of course but this time joined by his Father, played by Sean Connery. It's a decent additionCompared to the first two I think the third installment was just a little under, but only by a little as all three films were very good. Indy is back of course but this time joined by his Father, played by Sean Connery. It's a decent addition to the series with enough entertainment similar to the first two films, but I think it's starting to miss the freshness that the original had, and the new twists brought in the sequel. Overall still a good film and a great series of movies from the 80's. Expand
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Tessara_VejganJan 15, 2015
Rewatched it recently on BD. Again we have Harrison Ford reprising his role as Indiana Jones and following his adventures involving Nazis and the supernatural. Fun, entertaining, action packed. A really good movie.
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TheApplegnomeJun 13, 2015
Great cinematography, excellent plot, much better actors and classic & spectacular action-sequences.
This third movie truly is greater that its predecessors. It's one fun and entertaining movie.
7.8/10
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DenisManuOct 12, 2014
Indiana Jones's secrets are revealed in this extremely entertaining adventure,where he is forced to work with his father in order to solve the mystery.Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is the last piece of gold in the Indiana Jones franchiseIndiana Jones's secrets are revealed in this extremely entertaining adventure,where he is forced to work with his father in order to solve the mystery.Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is the last piece of gold in the Indiana Jones franchise and it's pure entertainment. Expand
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DBPirate1129Jan 11, 2015
It should be clear to all that The Last Crusade is easily the best in the Indiana Jones series. Its comedy and wit gives it charm and breathes new life into the series, much needed after the dark Temple of Doom.
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homer4presidentMar 28, 2015
Definitely the best of the Indiana Jones films. An effective use of comedy in an action/adventure film that doesn't take itself too seriously. I recommend this film for a fun, worry-free weekend evening.
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moviemaniacsMar 6, 2016
The 1989 sequel Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, on the other hand, both recovers Raiders' spirit and adds a layer of human warmth. Trotting from Utah to Venice to Berlin to the Middle East in search of the Holy Grail, Ford is forced toThe 1989 sequel Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, on the other hand, both recovers Raiders' spirit and adds a layer of human warmth. Trotting from Utah to Venice to Berlin to the Middle East in search of the Holy Grail, Ford is forced to team up with estranged father Sean Connery. The two stars have a natural chemistry, and even though some of the big setpieces seem like rehashes of the first film, Crusade possesses a sweetness that no other Indiana Jones movie can claim. Even when Ford and Connery are pursuing game as big as the Grail, their personal quests keep bringing them back to each other. It's a small world after all. Expand
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aadityamudharApr 19, 2016
I still don't care too much for the opening, which tries to explain some of the back story of the Indiana Jones character (fear of snakes, the whip and fedora, etc.); but the rest of this film mesmerized me. The addition of Connery to theI still don't care too much for the opening, which tries to explain some of the back story of the Indiana Jones character (fear of snakes, the whip and fedora, etc.); but the rest of this film mesmerized me. The addition of Connery to the cast (as Indy's father) is a nice touch, providing further insight into the character development, though it does seem to be pushed a bit past the limit at times. Still, in a film-ic version of old serials, limits were made to be pushed. There is not much time to relax during the entire running time, but I don't see that as a problem. The humour (through both the Marcus Brody and Saliah characters, as well as the interplay between the Fords) is in just about the right proportion (again though, it does push the limits). The storyline harkens back to the "Raiders" style, drawing on religious themes and including everyone's favourite bad guys: Nazis. It's flicks like this which go a long ways to atoning for past mistakes (re: "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"). Expand
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EpicLadySpongeJan 27, 2016
There's no negatives that doesn't have a 0 in it. Why the 0's? Why do you have to be in movies like these? Why couldn't you just go for my 0's so we can show some disrespect towards my 0's? A fun ride for everyone.
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gameguardian21Mar 20, 2016
This remains one of the best conclusions to one of the best movie trilogys of all time. While it once again feels like the other two, it has better moments, and introduces us to India's father, who we start to see a strong father son relationship.
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Aaron_WassermanMay 30, 2016
This movie has a lot going for it, but for me it doesn't do that much. It has entertaining scenes in it, but sometimes they become a little stupid. But it does have a fun adventure.
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Cameronius_113Jan 15, 2017
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was released in 1989 and was directed by Steven Spielberg. This is the third movie in the franchise and the final movie in the original trilogy and follows Indy searching for the Holy Grail, accompanied byIndiana Jones and the Last Crusade was released in 1989 and was directed by Steven Spielberg. This is the third movie in the franchise and the final movie in the original trilogy and follows Indy searching for the Holy Grail, accompanied by his father.
I know that I've said this in every Indiana Jones review so far but Harrison Ford is still amazing as Indiana Jones with his charisma and intelligence making him such a likeable character. Sean Connery is also amazing as his father and they both share similar characteristics; intelligent, charismatic and daring. Their chemistry and the way they work together on screen is also great and they genuinely feel like father and son. What I also like about his character is that he doesn't feel slapped in and unnecessary just because they could have him in the movie and actually serves an important purpose to the story.
I liked the side-characters of Sallah (who is back again from his first appearance in Raiders) and Marcus Brody as you could tell their characters weren't completely sure what they were getting into and had some quite goofy characteristics. However, this wasn't in an annoying way and instead added a much lighter tone to the story when it was required which helped give their characters a good reason to be there.
There was definitely comedy in the previous two (well, maybe not as much in Temple of Doom) but in this film there are many more laughs than in the previous, many of the jokes coming from Indy's interactions with his father and that's another reason why I love this duo so much.
The action is done very well like the other two films with great cinematography and lots of tension. I wouldn't say the action is as good as Raiders but it was certainly better than Temple of Doom.
I prefer this one more than the others in the trilogy because it features a more personal story whereas in the others it was just a case of 'hey, let's go on an adventure'. What makes this one more personal is that it explores Indy's life much more by showing his younger days at the start and then obviously introducing his father which adds a lot more depth to the story.
Overall, I loved this film. I liked it more than the other two because of its more personal story and more memorable characters. The action, while still great, isn't as good as Raiders but I found the great story and setting to be the highlight and stole the show for me. I would highly recommend this film, especially if you want to relieve yourself of the dark tone of Temple of Doom.
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