Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom




112 minutes


Action and Adventure



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Indiana Jones is back in a "prequel" that's actually set before the action and adventure of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Here, escaping on a plane from Chinese gangsters, Indy crash lands in India with a motley group of companions - only to become involved in the recovery of some sacred stones, stolen by a murderous, child-kidnapping cult. Harrison Ford once again plays the mild-mannered archaeologist who moonlights as a heroic adventurer, and director Steven Spielberg's "Boys' Own" yarn is a frantic rollercoaster ride - literally, in the case of the thrilling runaway mine-car chase!

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This film has one use of moderate bad language and contains moderate violence and fantasy horror.

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