Posted by sean on June 14, 2008 at 10:55 am in Movies with No Comments

I went to the cinema last night to watch it. Compared to the original movies, I was disappointed; but in comparison to other action/adventure films, it is very good.

  • Harrison Ford hasn’t aged well and it didn’t look right seeing him as a frail old man
  • Whenever Ray Winstone was on, I kept thinking of the movie Sexy Beast
  • Every time I saw Jim Broadbent, I thought of the corrupt policeman from Hot Fuzz

Things I learnt from the movie…

  • Insects, snakes, and mad natives make good Indy plots. Aliens do not
  • Harrison Ford proves that despite owning an OAP bus pass and colostomy bag, you can still run around and jump about (albeit with a medical team and oxygen to hand)
  • If you see an atomic bomb falling from the sky, hide in a fridge and you’ll be fine. Pity the people of Hiroshima didn’t know that
  • If you ever find yourself surrounded by monkeys, pretend to be one, they’ll befriend you, and even attack your enemy
  • Under NO circumstances should you step into a field where ants build their nests

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