Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (DVD)

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Final entry in the Indiana Jones trilogy. Indy (Harrison Ford) comes up against the Nazis once again after they kidnap his father, fellow archaeologist Dr Henry Jones (Sean Connery). Father and son are soon putting family tensions to one side in a search for the Holy Grail, which the Nazis also want in order to achieve eternal life.

Product Details

Barcode
5014437955630
Department
Movies & TV
Released
12 May 2008
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Adventure
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Secondary Languages
French, Spanish
Studio
Paramount Home Entertainment
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
  • Trailers
  • Other Documentary: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: An Introduction by Steven Spielberg & George Lucas. The Women: The American Film Institute Tribute - The three Indiana Jones women (Karen Allen, Kate Capshaw and Al
Runtime
122 min
Age Restriction
PG
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Release Year
1989
Running Time
126 min
Language
English
Categories
Action/Adventure / Action / Adventure / Blockbuster / Desert / Family (General) / Fathers And Sons / Heroes / Nazis / Recommended / Swashbuckler / Theatrical Release / World War II
Official Website
http://www.indianajones.com/
Ratings
IMDb
8.2
Rotten Tomatoes®
88% 94%
Metacritic
65
Synopsis
Steven Spielberg's third action-packed entry in the Indiana Jones trilogy evokes the cliffhanger Saturday matinee serials of yesteryear. It's 1938 and Indy (Harrison Ford) receives word that his archaeologist dad, Professor Henry Jones (Sean Connery), has disappeared while on a quest for the Holy Grail. Indy embarks on a search for both his dad and the much-coveted artifact. THE LAST CRUSADE has a unique twist to the series' traditional opening-sequence cliffhanger. Actor River Phoenix plays an adolescent Indy who, while on a field trip with his Boy Scout troop, finds adventure on a circus train. Spielberg wanted to make the film about a father-and-son relationship, and Connery was his first choice to play Indy's dad. The selection was perfect, considering Spielberg and producer George Lucas first came up with the idea of the series as a rival to the James Bond movies in which Connery had starred. Before shooting THE LAST CRUSADE, Spielberg was planning on directing RAIN MAN with Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise but gave up the project to fulfill his contractual obligation with Lucas to make a third Indiana Jones movie.
Notes
Theatrical release: May 24, 1989.

The film was shot at the EMI-Elstree Studios in England and on location in Texas, Utah, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Italy, Germany, Jordan, and Spain.

The film made nearly $200 million at the domestic box office and nearly $500 million worldwide.

Harrison Ford and River Phoenix acted together once before in a film--as father and son in 1986's MOSQUITO COAST.
Poster
Poster for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Cast & Crew
Director
Steven Spielberg
Star
Sean Connery / Harrison Ford / Michael Byrne / Alison Doody / Robert Eddison / Denholm Elliott / Julian Glover / River Phoenix / John Rhys-Davies
Screenwriter
Jeffrey Boam
Composer
John Williams
Executive Producer
George Lucas / Frank Marshall
Producer
Robert Watts
Special Effects
Industrial Light and Magic
Director of Photography
Douglas Slocombe
Editor
Michael Kahn
Production Designer
Elliot Scott
Story
George Lucas / Menno Meyjes
Sound Design
Ben Burtt
Movie Critics
Los Angeles Times
"...Harrison Ford is still in top form..."
Sheila Benson (24 May 1989, p.C1)
New York Times
"...In its own way THE LAST CRUSADE is nearly as good [as RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK], matching its audience's wildest hopes....Boisterous adventure..."
Caryn James (24 May 1989, p.C15)
Rolling Stone
"...The wildest and wittiest Indy of them all....Ford and Connery make a sensational team; their relationship charges the film..."
Peter Travers (15 Jun 1989, p.31)

Awards

Academy Awards
Best Sound Effects Editing
Winner: 1989