Warm, irreverent Aussie comedy has a little something for everyone. Mick Molloy plays himself, alongside a who's who of the 90's Australian comedy circuit. Story is predictable, but still entertaining. The addition of Bill Hunter to the cast gives it some legitimate acting class, and John Clarke as the villain, is just brilliant.
Contrived and forgettable sequel has an ageing Indy now taking on the Soviets, for another magical artefact, this time in beautiful South America. The addition of Indy's irritating offspring, and some incredibly silly action sequences, make you wonder why they bothered after so long.
Indiana Jones is back, doing what he does best - beating the Nazi's - this time, it's to the Holy Grail. Superb sequel regenerates all the elements that made the first adventure so compelling. And, as a little extra, we are joined by Indy's father, played by the original 007, Sean Connery.
Some great visuals and memorable action sequences, aren't enough to rescue the darkest and ugliest chapter in the Indiana Jones franchise. Today, Spielberg says he dislikes the film, and Lucas says he was in a bad place in his life during production. It certainly shows!
Possibly the most ingenious action-adventure movie of all time. Harrison Ford is perfect as the gung-ho Archaeologist, saddled with the task of preventing the Ark of the Covenant from falling into the hands of Nazi Germany. This is Steven Spielberg and George Lucas at the height of their powers. A must watch.