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It has been nearly 20 years since Indiana Jones graced our screens in “The Last Crusade.” After many years of speculation and numerous rewrites of the screenplay, Steven Spielberg has once again teamed up with the all- star cast of Harrison Ford, Karen Allen and now Shia LaBeouf and Cate Blanchett to tell a new story of the famous archeologist and his quest for hidden treasure.
In this latest film, Indiana races against a group of Russian KGB to try and obtain the mythical crystal skull from an ancient South American kingdom.
Harrison Ford is in top shape for this film, both in terms of acting and physical abilities. Apparently, Harrison insisted on handling all of his stunt work, claiming that his character shouldn’t be doing anything that he could not do himself. Harrison’s age brings an older and wiser perspective to the film, which plays a principle role in the plot and is a nice contrast to the persona of his sidekick, Mutt. Mutt, played by LeBeuf, is a teenage recluse on a mission to find his foster father, Harold Oxley, but learns from Indy that it takes more than a youth and passion to make it through the dangers they encounter.
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