In 2008, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the long-awaited fourth installment in the Indiana Jones film franchise, was released, and let’s face it, fans were left scratching their heads at it. Some of the elements of this sequel were downright ridiculous, like the infamous “nuke the fridge” sequence, the silly CGI prairie dogs, Cate Blanchett’s horrible Russian accent, and half the things Shia LaBeouf said and did.
Now, the folks over at CinemaSins are back with a new installment of their “Everything Wrong With…” series, with a 15-minute video of “Everything Wrong With Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” Check it out here below.
Now to make the film’s massive theatrical conversion official, we are getting a trailer for the IMAX release, as well as a nifty hand-drawn poster to celebrate the IMAX release. Check both of them out here below.
May fans agree that the one great error in the Indiana Jones series was its most recent installment, Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Hard to believe that a film that made so much at the box office can be panned critically and publicly, but it was, yet some are holding on to hope that a fifth Indiana Jones can put the iconic adventurer back on top.
Unfortunately, producer Frank Marshall doesn’t see that happening any time soon or at all. According to him, it all ends with four.
Mr. Plinkett, the sardonic, slow-speaking (dude sounds creepily like Buffalo Bill) video reviewer for Red Letter Media, has returned with another of his cuttingly funny and methodical dissections of another blockbuster from recent years.