Indiana Jones

Treasure hunting have always fascinated people and inspired many adventurous stories about lost castles, secret passageways and treacherous trap-filled terrains. Perhaps due to this thirst for adventure, a lot of treasure hunting movies have been made that depicts the childlike fantasies associated with the actual treasure hunting. One worthy to note is the film by Harrison Ford titled the Indiana Jones series. Indiana Jones is a man whose childhood was impressed upon by a natural sense of justice in preserving artifacts. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, motion picture about archaeologist Indiana Jonesís efforts to locate the Holy Grail. Released in 1989, this is the third film in the Indiana Jones series of action movies, which also includes Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom(1984).

In the third installment, Indy battled it out against treasure collectors who found a historic artifact relative to Colorado (his birthplace), the Cross of Colorado. As he matured, his drive to preserve history made him go to the path of a treasure hunter and eventually became an archaeologist. In the third installment, the treasure of interest was the Holy Grail and the Fountain of Youth. It also narrates the father-son relationship that Indy have experienced with his father abducted by Nazis. He resorts to rescue both his father and the Grail from the evil motives of the mastermind behind the event. In the first installment, the Raiders of the Lost Ark has the Covenant Box of the Lord has its object of interest.

Posted 2011-01-29 and updated on Jun 07, 2011 5:44pm by crisd

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