Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

1984

Action / Adventure

260
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 81%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 400,809

Synopsis


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Cast

Dan Aykroyd as Passenger / Ambulance Driver
George Lucas as Himself
Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee
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801.37 MB
1280*720
English
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23.976 fps
118 min
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1.75 GB
1920×1080
English
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23.976 fps
118 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by christophershobris 7 / 10 / 10

Is it that Good?

Of all the Steven Spielberg films this is to me by far the weirdest one he's ever done. But does weird equal good? Well, let's get this out of the way...their is no logic in this film, so you can just throw that out the window. People thought Crystal Skull was unrealistic (?)...think again. Spielberg lets us know pretty much right out of the gate what kind of movie we're dealing with here. George Lucas (the storywriter) went in such a humorous direction with the story it almost came across as a comedy. With the more comedic approach this made the film very unique in the feeling of it compared to Raiders of the Lost Ark which was darker and more serious, and The Last Crusade which borrows a lot of the elements from Raiders to give it a similar tone and feel to it. Indiana Jones himself is written in a more comedic way, almost to the point where you can't take him seriously, but not quite, Harrison Ford makes the characters balanced and doesn't make Indy come across as cartoony. As for the supporting characters...oh my god. These supporting characters make me want to pull my hair out. Willie played by Kate Capshaw is such a major step down from Marion. Yes, she was a damsel in distress, but she was a badass while she was. Here, she is over-the-top just for the sake of it. I don't blame Capshaw because she's just acting the way the director tells her to so, Spielberg, what the heck? You given us such beautiful characters like E.T. and Elliott. Then you give us this. Why? Then there is Short Round. Look, I understand there is a lot of people who like this character but...I just can't. His voice is like nails on a chalkboard, the actor who portrays him just isn't a good actor. He's definitely more important than Willie and isn't excruciatingly annoying but he does get under my skin. I know it seems I'm bashing the film more than I intended to. What do I like about this film? The villain. Unlike Willie, he is over-the-top in all the right ways. Roshan Seth does a great job with his character he makes this film enjoyable. The other thing, Harrison Ford's performance, like I said before, he gives a rather complex performance as Indy compared to Raiders. And lastly, the mine cart chase scene, beautifully choreographed, masterfully suspenseful, and downright entertaining. These three things gives this film a solid 7/10. Nowhere near as bad as Crystal, but comfortably falls in third place behind Raiders and Crusade for me. So is this film really that good? It's good, but not great.

Reviewed by savan0714 7 / 10 / 10

Spielberg should do his homework before making a movie

They do not know story about kali or about shiva, what are shivlings and why people worship them instead of a statue. They have shown kali as evil despite of knowing that she is deity and worshipped all across India. There is a dialogue of Amrish Puri in the movie which goes like this : "The british in India will be slaughtered.Then we will overrun the Muslims. Then the hebrew god will fall. And then the christian god will be cast down and forgotten." Any sane person who has visited India only even once will know that India is country of diversity. And why diversity? Because we accept other religion, other people as they are our own - like they are superior to us. We follow - Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam - the world is one family Atithi devo bhava - Guest in our humble home (India) is like god Without even thinking spielberg and lucas went on like we want to slaughter every other region. Spielberg disappointed me with this movie. I lost respect for him after this movie.

Reviewed by Bruno Calapez 7 / 10 / 10

Overrated

I think this movie is overrated... Nothing interesting really happens, IMO! We all know he's not going to die, and I feel like most of what Indy doesn't isn't really exciting! Sorry!

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