Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade 1989 PG-13 CC

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The Nazis are on the trail of the Holy Grail, and have kidnapped Indy's father. Follow Indy as he inches through the rat-filled catacombs of Venice, battles Nazi flying aces in a thrilling biplane dogfight, and braves the thunderous firepower of an unstoppable tank. And behold the Holy Grail's power to give and take life, as Indy and his father race against time.

Harrison Ford, Sean Connery
2 hours, 7 minutes

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Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade

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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Action
Director Steven Spielberg
Starring Harrison Ford, Sean Connery
Supporting actors Denholm Elliott, Alison Doody, John Rhys-Davies, Julian Glover, River Phoenix, Michael Byrne, Kevork Malikyan, Robert Eddison, Richard Young, Alexei Sayle, Alex Hyde-White, Paul Maxwell, Isla Blair, Vernon Dobtcheff, J.J. Hardy, Bradley Gregg, Jeff O'Haco, Vince Deadrick Sr.
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Great acting, action and story.
Zane Icadia
I love all the Indiana Jones movies because they are great action/adventure movies.
Great chemistry between Sean Connery & Harrison Ford.

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43 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Eric on January 23, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Raiders of the Lost Ark was a spectacular ride full of eye-popping stunts and breathtaking action sequences. The second Indiana Jones film, The Temple of Doom, was a disappointment. It was a decent movie, not bad by any means whatsoever, but it couldn't hold a candle to its predecessor. It seemed the Indiana Jones chronicles were only going to go downhill from there. Boy, was I wrong. I watched The Last Crusade in theaters back in 1989 and it was every bit as fun and enjoyable as Raiders of the Lost Ark, even an improvement in some ways. There's considerably more character development in this film and the special effects have gotten better with enhanced technology.
The storyline reverts back to the formula that made Indiana Jones so great. This time, Jones (Harrison Ford) has discovered that his father, Henry (Sean Connery), has disappeared on an expedition for the Holy Grail. Indiana takes his place and, with the help of Marcus Brody (Denholm Elliot), Sallah (John Rhys-Davies), searches for his father and the Holy Grail and must battle Nazis on the same quest.
The Last Crusade is action galore as its a non-stop and fun thrill ride. The stunts and action scenes are amazing, as usual.
The performances are as good as ever. Harrison Ford IS Indiana Jones and Denholm Elliot and John Rhys-Davies do good jobs with their role. The real standout in this film, though, is Sean Connery as Jones' father.
The Last Crusade is an excellent crowd pleaser, so watch it with an audience. To sum it up, this and Raiders of the Lost Ark are the best action films of all time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "jozq" on August 29, 2000
Yup. Even now, after ten years since last crusade I haven't seen a better action-flick than this. This is the ultimate fist-and-weapon-fest of all time.
First I'd like to say I have always been a fan of Indiana Jones -series ( from the age of 5; when I watched Indiana Jones: the last crusade every time my parents were out, and it was my one and only favourite movie back then... ), and this is the first I saw ( and I think the best; Raiders of the lost Ark almost equal, but Temple of Doom quite behind ). When I was little, like I told, I watched this dozens of times; everytime possible, but the action then didn't stop to the movie. Indy was my idol, and ( hehe, at the age of 6 ) I tried to write a letter to Indy; and I played Indiana Jones -adventures with my friends. I remembered this movie from word to word ( that's how this'll influence every action-fan; gotta watch it again and again and again... :), but that's enough of my past. Still, this is one of the best, and definetely the finest action-movie of the 80's. This movie has the magic to not grow old. Youngsters, Teenagers and Adults will love this movie for generations; because this shows how good a movie can be without too big special effects. That's why this'll be never forgotten.
Spielberg has done a quality job with Indiana Jones -trilogy, and I believe there'll be 4th one ( Harrison Ford has said "yes" to another indy role; this time Indy would be little older; but who cares? We want him back to screen! ;). Buy this, even if you're not familiar with the name, but if you are, and you haven't seen this, this is the best of the trilogy.
To write little about the plot ( I won't spoil anything, because it's funny, full of irony, humour, action and excitement; like an action-movie should!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By bernie HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 5, 2006
Format: Laser Disc
It may just be coincidence but this time Harrison Ford that was a carpenter is not Dr. Indiana Jones (Junior) and his last crusade (until the next film) is to obtain a cup of a carpenter.

Even though this film can stand on its own, it can be more fully understood if you watch "Raiders of the lost Ark" first.

Once again we start out with a young Jones trying to save an artifact from pillagers. This lets us know of his heroic energy and introduces his father Professor Henry Jones (Sean Connery) and his obsession with the Holy Grail, even to the exclusion of his relationship with Junior.

Now grown Dr. Indiana Jones gives a class and explains that Archeology is a pretty strait forward science and not some search for legends. He receives a mysterious piece of post.

He is then approached by group of rich people that are in search of the Grail. It turns out that their top researcher has disappeared. Yep it is Professor Henry Jones. What can Indiana do but go looking for his father. He is accounted by his best friend who runs a museum Dr. Marcus Brody (Denholm Elliottt) as they team up with the last person to see his father Dr. Elsa Schneider (Alison Doody.) He gets a final warning "Do not trust anybody."

Will he find his father?

If he dies what will they have to talk about?

Does the Grail really exist?

Who are the mysterious people following him?

One of my favorite scenes is where Dr. Jones disguised in a German uniform bumps into Hitler (Michael Sheard of Star Wars fame).

Have fun watching this great film with the banter between Hennery and Junior. And remember "do not trust anybody."
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 16, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
The third installment of the Indiana Jones series,Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,is another fantastic adventure.(it's not as good as Raiders of the Lost Ark,but at least as good,if not better than Temple of Doom.)The film starts out in 1912 in Utah,and shows Indy as a teenager,played by River Phoenix.Then it shifts to 1938 and Indy winds up battling Nazis again,this time teaming up with his father Henry Jones(played wonderfully by THE James Bond,Sean Connery)to find the Holy Grail.Of course Harrison Ford is great as Indy,and the rest of the cast is very good,too,including Alison Doody as Dr.Elsa Schneider,John Rhys Davies as Sallah,Denholm Elliot as Marcus Brody,and Julian Glover as Donovan.There's loads of action,and the musical score by John Williams is great.Overall,it's a great movie and a fine collaboration of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas.
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