Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Famed archaeologist/adventurer Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones is called back into action when he becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to uncover the secret behind mysterious artifacts known as the Crystal Skulls.
So, yea, this one won't be filled with too much for those who really want to see this film. Mainly because most of the stuff that comes to mind from the movie would be spoilers for you. And seeing this movie with little to no spoilers is really how it needs to be done. Cause if you hear even a little more about what the above synopsis is, it may have you second guess seeing it in general. But I digress.
It was a fun filled and pretty well done sequel to the franchise. Excluding the last half hour of the film that is. It got a little, odd for the franchise in my opinion. When you see it, you will get what I am talking about. But the cast did very well for the film. Wasn't sure if the 60 year old Harrison Ford would be able to do the same kind of work he did in the first three. Mainly because he is known for doing as many of his own stunts as possible and this film was going CGI light on the action stunts. At least until the last 25% of the film.
One more thing I will give kudos on is the fact that they had an age relevant love interest in the film for him. That is, they didn't pare up the old Harrison Ford with a young actress, but one that was around his age. Personally I thought it fit more for the film than what the masses usually cry out for. You know, hot chicks in skimpy outfits for no good purpose other than to fuck things up and need saving. I was glad they went with a stronger female character type for it.
Oh, and one last thing. Zombie Ninjas. You'll see what I mean.
In the end, I would say check it out. Even if the last 25% isn't for you, like it was for me, the rest of the film does kick some hard core ass.