Indiana Jones - The Temple Of Doom

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Indiana Jones - The Temple Of Doom

Filmmaker Steven Spielberg returns as director for this rip-roaring prequel to 1981's smash hit RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. Here dashing, whip-wielding a...

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Cons Some may think the effects are old fashioned.
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"The worlds most famouse Adventurer, faces the mystries of India..."

This time Dr. Jones lands in India (Though scenes were originally filmed in SriLanka), After an Action air scene...Opposite Dr.Jones (Harrison Ford) stars the Actress Cathleen Kinmont Who later got married to Steven Spielberg(Director of Indiana Jones trialogy),.

Dr.Jones is away from the Nazis in this sequel to Raiders of the lost Arc, Helps a poor Indian Village for a change, to retrieve the stone of Shiva, which was stollen by an evil witch doctor to use it for evil deeds.

Part of the story takes place in the Indian Jungle, Where elephants and snakes get to greet Dr.Jones...

The Movie Just like the previous Indiana Jones movie keeps you on your toes... every minute of that movie is so exiting, you will even forget to take the pop corn out of the oven...

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Filmmaker Steven Spielberg returns as director for this rip-roaring prequel to 1981's smash hit RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. Here dashing, whip-wielding archaeologist-adventurer Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) is joined by comely chanteuse Willie (Kate Capshaw) and a 12-year-old sidekick named Short Round (Ke Huy Quan). Together they search for a mystical stone stolen from an Indian community and stumble upon a dangerous Thuggee cult. Exotic locales, wild chases, death-defying cliff-hangers, last-minute rescues, screaming damsels, and tribal sacrifices are the order of the day as the threesome attempt to acquire the stolen stone. A few scenes originally planned for RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK showed up in INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM--most notably the mine chase sequence, which was part of the 80 percent of TEMPLE OF DOOM shot on a soundstage. After the film's release, the MPAA's Classification & Ratings Board created a new rating--PG-13. Spielberg cast actress Kate Capshaw, who would later become his real-life wife, for the film.

Product Details

Genre: Action & Adventure;, Action & Adventure

Country Of Origin: United States of America

Classification: Parental Guidance;, Parental Guidance

Production Year: 1984

Franchise Name: Indiana Jones

Video Category: Feature Film

Plot: The continuing saga of Indiana Jones, the now famous archeologist, who ventures into India in search of the Ankara Stone, and in the process saves hundreds of kids who have been enslaved by a mysterious cult.

Colour: Colour

Director(s): Steven Spielberg, Steven Spielberg

Actor(s): Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Harrison Ford, Ke Huy Quan, Kate Capshaw, Amrish Puri, Ke Huy Quan, Jonathan Ke Quan, Amrish Puri, Roshan Seth, Philip Stone, Dan Aykroyd, Jonathan Ke Quan, Roshan Seth, Philip Stone, Dan Aykroyd

Release Details

Studio(s): PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT; TECHNICOLOR DISTRIBUTION SERVICES

DVD Region: DVD

Composer: John Williams

Cinematographer: Douglas Slocombe

Writer: George Lucas

Producer: Robert Watts

Screenwriter: Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz

Editor: Michael Kahn

Executive Producer: George Lucas, Frank Marshall

Languages

Main Language: English

Technical Information

Sound: Dolby Digital

Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen

Professional Reviews

Review: Exuberantly tasteless and entertaining... It moves tirelessly from one ride or attraction to the next (New York Times, 2008-04-08)<br><br>Steven Spielberg has packed even more thrills and chills into this follow-up (Variety, 2008-04-08)<br><br>

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