Okay, let me get the negatives out of the way. Harrison is ooollld. The antagonists are a bit paper-thin. The MacGuffin is pretty shallow, even for an Indy movie. Ray Winstone’s character was pretty much redundant. The finale was a bit weak.
Right, now that that’s done, I really enjoyed the newest Indy film. All criticisms aside, it was still an Indy film, including all the ridiculousness and the film was in keeping with the heritage of the genre, which sits with adventure movies from the 40s and 50s. Is this movie going to convince Indyphiles? No. Is it as good as the Last Crusade? No. But it was good.
Rated a Must See for Indy fans