Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull




119 minutes


Action and Adventure



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In the 1980s, film fans had one hero above all others whose adventures would get them flocking to the cinema - mild-mannered archaeology professor and part-time treasure hunter Indiana Jones. The brainchild of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, Indy made his debut in the spectacular Raiders of the Lost Ark, with another two thrill-packed instalments followed until the series took a break in 1989. In this fourth instalment, Indy is older of course, though not quite wise enough to avoid getting mixed up in a plot involving a crystal skull with mystic powers that was once prized by the ancient culture of the Mayans, and is now desired by agents of the Soviet Union.


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Contains moderate action violence and scary scenes.

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