Indiana Jones returns to the screens
Thursday, May 22, 2008
The film is about the fictional mystery surrounding the crystal skulls, which do exist in reality, but are considered fakes by some sceptical scientists. "Some of them are quite good, but some of them look like they were produced with a Black & Decker in someone's garage", Professor Ian Freestone of Cardiff University said, arguing that the ancient Aztecs or Mayans might not have had instruments with modern tool capabilities for the task.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was rated PG-13 and runs 2 hours and 3 minutes. The film budget was US$185 million and it will need to gross US$400 million or more at theatres to make a profit for Paramount Pictures.
- Tom Charity. "Review: 'Indiana Jones' works but doesn't shine" — , May 22, 2008
- Paul Rincon. "Crystal skulls 'are modern fakes'" — , May 22, 2008
- Josh Grossberg. "Indiana Jones' Cannes Opener" — , February 29, 2008