This is a really great movie in its own right. Its actually the only Young Indiana Jones film I've ever seen, but makes me want to check out some of the others. Indy suspiciously looks like Michael J. Fox and acts like him too. The movie has one of the better storylines in the Indiana Jones series and actually explores the fields of archeology and cultural anthropology to a greater extent than any of the films with adult Indy. It even has legends of the field like Carter and Malinowski in it. The movie has a strong message about following your true dreams, and young Indy is clear about his belief that archeology should be about learning about people, not treasure hunting. He's absolutely right, but he's clearly contradicting himself from every other movie. Even in this movie, he destroys sites with mounds of information to "get the good stuff". I liked his fat French friend. He was an entertaining character. And the scenes with the pirates and especially the last scenes with the Trobriand Islanders make this an outstanding adventure film. I haven't had a chance to see the new Indy flick yet, but watching all these films is certainly encouraging me to get out and see it as soon as possible. And when I do, you'll hear all about it. And in the meantime, check out this film. As rare and obscure as it is, its definitely worth seeing.