Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade




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Indy returns in his third adventure, this time on the trail of his missing dad - a bad-tempered professor, who was once on the trail of the Holy Grail himself. However, the courageous archaeologist soon finds Jones Senior isn't the only one looking for the mythical object, and his search becomes a race against time to stop his old enemies the Nazis finding and using it in their quest for power. Director Steven Spielberg's thrilling yarn is lighter in tone than the earlier Raiders of the Lost Ark prequel "The Temple of Doom." That sense of fun is mainly due to the constant sparring between Sean Connery and Harrison Ford as the dad-and-son adventurers.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language and contains moderate violence and infrequent mild horror.

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