The title of this movie is ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade’, the director of this film is Steven Spielberg, and the lead actors are Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, and Alison Doody. The company that made this is called Lucasfilm Ltd. and runs for 2h 8m.
This movie comes under the genre as an action/adventure movie where Indiana Jones is told by an undercover Nazi his father has gone missing but will he be fast enough to find him let alone find the Holy Grail. I expected this movie to be very slow, dull, and boring but to my surprise, the film turned out to be very action-packed and interesting. This movie is action/adventure.
Indiana and his father are on the adventure of their lives attempting to find the Holy Grail, which has been missing for thousands of years and grants immortality. The movie is set in 1938. The story of this movie is fairly easy to follow you just have to be switched on since there is so much action and information to take in and process. The movie has a lot of twists and turns while the suspense variates up and down throughout the movie. It is definitely not predictable with so many drastic changes in events.
All the actors in this movie have done an amazing job to keep the movie interesting and the crowd engaged. The actors in this movie have had very important roles in previous Indiana Jones movies and other more modern blockbusters. When something bad happens in the movie you want to feel sympathetic for them because of the way they act. I think that Harrison Ford, the lead actor, has done an amazing job in this movie, and I hope he will continue to do a great job throughout the remainder of this franchise.
Steven Spielberg is one of the most popular film directors in America, known as being one of the founders of modern-day Hollywood. The director has done a great job in this film, arguably one of his best films. There are several different camera angles to give viewers different points of view and so the movie isn’t set in one single angle. He uses great sound effects such as the man screaming when he was shot.
I enjoyed this movie a lot, there were many good points throughout this movie such as when they start their journey for the Holy Grail and their multiple collisions with the Nazis. One part I didn’t like was when Indiana was about to be pushed into the tank tires, it was too predictable and I knew he’d be able to get out.