Actors: Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw
|Review Summary and Plot Commentary about Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom|
|The film starts out with Indiana running from some Chinese thieves, after stealing their jewel. Now joined with singer Willie Scott, and his sidekick, Short Round, he goes to India and finds a village in need of help. Their sacred stone has been stolen, and now Indy must find it. He stops at a temple, where he stays to eat and sleep. Indy then finds where the stones are hidden. Future Mrs. Spielberg, Kate Capshaw is really annoying, and the banguet scenes will make you lose your lunch.
--Estefan Ellison, Resident Scholar
|Indiana Jones in India, freeing enslaved children while recovering special stones with diamonds inside them. This film takes place before WWII, which means Raiders Of The Lost Ark comes after these events. Lots of yucky bugs in this movie!
--Alan, Resident Scholar
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Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Composition of Movie
Actual chase scenes or violence - 60%
Planning/preparing, gather info, debate puzzles/motives - 40%
Time/Era of Movie:
Spying & Terrorists
- magical artifact
The terrorist enemy is...
- White (American)
- falling off
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately messy visuals of dead
- very gory visuals of deaths and torture
Sex/nudity in movie?
What kind of sex:
Kind of violence:
- land battles
- karate chop
- hand to hand
Unusual forms of death
- dropped from large heights
- frying (cooking)
- run over
- Occasional swearing
Lot of special effects?
Kinds of F/X
- Things that change shape/morph
- exploding vehicles
- nasty human transformations
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