Every sunset must have its twilight, and as Indiana Jones left into the sunset in 1989 and in the 2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull we pick him up in his twilight.
As easy a target as Harrison Ford’s age is, 19 years after the previous entry in the franchise, the actor shows that he still has what it takes to punch fascists, quest for relics, and get into some dangerous darings do.
Indy is joined by Ray Winstone as Mac, Shia Le Beouf as Mutt, Karen Allen as Marion Williams née Ravenwood, John Hurt as Harold Oxley, and Cate Blanchett as Irina Spakov. The communists are trying to round up the mortal remains of travelers extraterrestrial to Earth, which have been venerated by human cultures as gods. Indy deals with being an abandoning father, trusting the wrong people, getting blacklisted during the Red Scare, and rescuing old friends from new enemies.
The fourth and final (for now) episode in our Indiana Jones special promises chills, spills, groans, eyerolls, and sighs.