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Opened in Theaters: Wednesday, May 23rd, 1984

Directed by Steven Spielberg

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Academy Award® Winner
Indiana Jones arrives in India with a night club singer and a boy sidekick. They come across a village that has lost its sacred stones and its children to the evil forces inside the Temple of Doom.  View more >

PG

Starring Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw

Academy Award® Winner for Best Effects, Visual Effects and Nominated for Best Music, Original Score
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[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberSep 11, 2008

Harrison Ford returns as Indiana Jones with the 1984 sequel to "Raiders of the Lost Ark," but even if the movie isn't equal to "Raiders of the Lost Ark," I had a ball with the sequel. In the second movie, Indy, Willie Scott and Short Round went from Asia to India to save the children of the village from a mad man. The movie is more violent than the 1981 movie, that lead to a PG-13 rating from the MPAA. Despite critics trashing Kate Capshaw's performance's she didn't do a bad job. Ke Huy Quan went from Short Round to one of the Goonies a year later. As for Capshaw, well she married director Steven Spielberg. I don't want to tell you these things? I rather tell you that I love the special effects. That's good enough for me.  




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