Anonymous (10 out of 10 ) I think this scripts is great especially the ending very interesting. I can't wait to see the actual movie!
Limey (10 out of 10 )
I would love there to be another Indiana Jones sequel as I'm a huge fan of the trilogy. But how on earth is Harrison Ford, now 63, going to swing across canyons, run from boudlers and leap from horseback on to moving tanks without slipping a disk?
I've also heard it said that Sean Connery will return as Dr Jones Snr!
I dearly hope it's true but I won't hold my breath.
Anonymous (10 out of 10 ) Limey,
The answers to all your questions are as follows. Lucas created Indiana Jones, and what does George Lucas like more then any other film maker in the world? Technology! So I assume that all the acrobatics and stunts will be done using a computer, while Harrison Ford watches on the side.
I want to see Indiana Jones IV, if they ever make it.
Bob F. (6 out of 10 ) I still need to finish the script but I have read the begining and so far it doesn't really seem Indy.
anon (2 out of 10 ) It's not very Indy. A woman who speaks to animals. Nazi Energy Weapons. Sequences lifted straight from the other Indy films. Bone-crunching cliches.
Seems much more like fan-fic than anything any professional would put together.
Raven (2 out of 10 ) I have to agree with anon, while it is well written, it lacks the usual Indiana style, which is present in the trilogy. It's also more of a sci-fi/fantasy genre, instead of action/adventure.
Dubious (4 out of 10 ) I am glad this is not the script they decided to go with. A Nazi who shoots bullets and electricity from his arm? A woman who can communicate with animals? Hardly a witty line in the entire script? Lots of rehashing of bits seen in other Indy films? This is a cheap imitation and I find it difficult to believe this is a real script. That said, I think it said 'First Draft', which is the first step in a long process. I'm sure much of it would be reworked anyway. However, I don't like the story and I'm glad this is not what they are going with.
Limey (1 out of 10 ) What are they going with?
Antioch_Cyberpunk (4 out of 10 ) Most of this movie has a been-there, done-that feel with previous movies. And what was up with the Scottish ghost? We never did get that resolved. I liked the ending, but even that seems like it's been done before. I agree, it's certanly a first draft.
jay (1 out of 10 ) Just awful; far worse than even the other two disgraceful sequels. Obviously, it's only a first draft, but there isn't even the germ of a good movie in this mess--it drifts further into inanity with every line. Another reviewer described it as "fanfic." I'd say that's far too kind an assessment.
lol_internet (1 out of 10 ) This was actually written by Chris Columbus in 1986 as a possible script for the third IJ movie (Last Crusade), but was rejected by Spielberg for having too many ridiculous ideas and African stereotypes. He liked, however, the idea of a tank chase, and used it in the actual IJ movie.
Ian (10 out of 10 ) I thought that these scripts were just awfull. I hated the way that the main character was portrayed. I loved the movies, but I hated the play. I hope that the people who made think of a better way of portraying the main character. This was no a good way of saying anything. So put this script where it belongs, Six feet under.
Pardeep (7 out of 10 ) This script was awful, however Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal was in my opinion okay, the ending was a bit rubbish, what the hell is the alien spaceship taking off about? The trilogy is the best with The Last Crusade as my favorite, can't wait for Indy 5, greatest actor of all time Harrison Ford is getting old and most probably wont be in number 5 :( it's a shame, so sad because he is the best original Indy, but I think they should cast Dennis Quaid as Indy in the fifth movie because of his likability to Ford.
Abby (2 out of 10 ) Geez. The Indy in this script really doesn't seem like the real Indy. He is this goofy sexpot. The artifact in this script isn't really all that interesting. But, I have to say, the script had good grammar. And a place called "the garden of immortal peaches".