The Good (from IMDB):
“I can strongly say that Spielberg has gone out on top and brought back one the most beloved cinematic heroes around for one more time…… Here he returns to the basic fundamentals of the lost arts of practicality and just plain good old fashioned genuine storytelling.”
The Bad (from /Film):
“During the whole of the movie, there was not a single moment that I thought our hero Mr. Jones was in any sort of peril or even significant inconvenience. In most cases, you were so many steps ahead of the characters that it was really just an arduous wait for them to get through it.”
And The Ugly (from AICN):
“For those of you that feel that the new Star Wars movies robbed your childhood, expect some molestations from Uncles’ George and Steven…… In short, this is the Indiana Jones movie that you were dreading.”
Well, uh oh! That doesn’t bode well. At the very least, we know that the movie will make at least a billion dollars in the worldwide box office, and thats more important than it being any good, right? I mean, why else spend more money and time on the marketing aspect of a film than the making of a film itself, right?
Just kidding. But it probably won’t be as bad as some of the leaked reviews online would have us believe. Spielberg seems incapable of making a bad movie, just varying levels of disappointing ones, and we’d better brace ourselves for this one. Correct Opinion won’t have its own official review until the 19th of May, so you’d all better wait until then for a more detailed, perspectivized (yes, its a word. yes, we just made it up) review on this years most anticipated movie.