Indiana Jones Rides AgainIndiana Jones: The Last Crusade
Reviewed by Allen Nelson
Indiana Jones walks into the building. He takes a look around. People in army officers' uniforms are burning big piles of books. There is a crowd of people standing around a man with a Charlie Chaplin mustache. He is signing books. Indiana Jones pulls out the only book he has: a book that tells the secret to a treasure. He holds it up to the Charlie Chaplin mustache man, and he signs it. Indiana looks at the signature. It says, Adolf Hitler.
Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade is an Indiana Jones style movie. I need to say no more about that, because you know that means--action and adventure in World War II.
It begins with a man who is told to go on a mission. He is told NOT TO TRUST ANYONE. But still, he falls in love with a German woman. In the end, he finds out that she is also an enemy, sent to make him believe she is his freind. The man who told him not trust anyone was also an enemy. His only hope now is to escape from the friends that are not his friends.
Don't worry. Indiana Jones survives. How else could they make more sequels?