Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is an action packed adventure that doesn’t disappoint as a summer blockbuster. While it might not quite live up to the first three Indiana Jones films, it certainly is a better watch than the 4th installment. The film felt nostalgic with Indiana fighting against the Nazis again. Plus bringing back some of the old characters for cameos was a great touch. The amazing part of the film was making Indiana Jones look young again. This truly didn’t feel weird or off at all.
The film’s story takes us through many adventures as the older Indiana Jones works with his Goddaughter to try and find Archimedes dial. Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who plays his goddaughter, does a great job and has nice chemistry with Harrison Ford. Their adventures take them high up in the sky, deep in the sea and even back in time.
All of this adds up to a film that is well worth the price of admission. This is the kind of film that’s more fun on the big screen. Don’t let the last Indiana Jones film turn you away from this latest installment.