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Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (DVD) Loot Price: R49
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Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (DVD)

Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf; Directed by Steven Spielberg

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Indy meets the rebellious young Mutt, who carries both a grudge and a proposition for the adventurous archaeologist: If he'll help Mutt on a mission with deeply personal stakes, Indy could very well make one of the most spectacular archaeological finds in history -- the Crystal Skull of Akator, a legendary object of fascination, superstition and fear.

But as Indy and Mutt set out for the most remote corners of Peru -- a land of ancient tombs, forgotten explorers and a rumored city of gold -- they quickly realize they are not alone in their search. Soviet agents are also hot on the trail of the Crystal Skull. Chief among them is the icy cold, devastatingly beautiful Irina Spalko, whose elite military unit is scouring the globe for the eerie Crystal Skull, which they believe can help the Soviets dominate the world... if they can unlock its secrets.

Indy and Mutt must find a way to evade the ruthless Soviets, follow an impenetrable trail of mystery, grapple with enemies and friends of questionable motives, and, above all, stop the powerful Crystal Skull from falling into the deadliest of hands.

General

Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
Country of origin: South Africa
Release date: October 2008
Actors: Harrison Ford • Shia LaBeouf
Directors: Steven Spielberg
Dimensions: 192 x 137 x 15mm (L x W x T)
Format: DVD
Running time: 2 hours, 4 minutes
Region encoding: Region 2. This DVD will play in all South African DVD players.
Audio format: Dolby Digital 5.1  Dolby Digital 5.1
Video format:  Widescreen 2.30:1
Age restriction: 13 PGV
Categories: DVD > Action
DVD > Adventure
DVD > Fantasy
DVD > Feature Film
LSN: XY8-NPH-6FH-4
Barcode: 6004416084795

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Tue, 28 Oct 2008 | Review by: Red J

Okay okay, well lets break it down, the first third was good but bordering on the ridiculous. Middle third was brilliant, awesome chase sequence in the jungle, spoiled only by Shia's tarzan imitation (apparently he's a master at vine-swinging), but the last third was mind-bogglingly atrocious!!! What happened to the script? Did they change writers or something? The most idiotic climax for an Indy movie. Shia LaBeouf played an unnecessary and totally annoying character, Cate Blanchett plays a cartoonish villain (her accent thicker than Shia's hair), and there was too much suspension of disbelief required. Raider's and Last Crusade worked because the objects of the treasure hunts were real, and in those films, never have so many men taken shots at Indy with machine guns...and continually miss. I've since come to the conclusion that Russians are awful shots. And a fridge made of lead seems to be the best investment apparently. By the way, did all the other fridges in the other houses also get blown clear of test site??? On the plus side, Harrison performed admirably, and the special effects were expectedly astounding. Not the way I expected this franchise to turn out.

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Mon, 1 Jun 2009 | Review by: Liz S

Not bad. Even though it's 20 years later, Harrison Ford still has what it takes. The role fits him like a glove. The script might be a bit weak and Shia is very irritating but it's Spielberg, how can you go wrong?

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Mon, 1 Jun 2009 | Review by: Carlisle J

Not as good as I expected, could have been so much better. It's a pity George Lucas was involved with the moviemaking process, he ruined the Star Wars prequel trilogies and here again his influence on the story has drawbacks. Kudos to Ford for still being able to sustain interest in the role. Some action-packed scenes helps move the story along nicely.

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