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Within a matter of minutes, we learn a great deal about Harrison Ford's most celebrated character and of the plot's major conflict involving the thieving Belloq (Paul Freeman). As he navigates through an ancient temple of booby traps, the fedora-wearing, bullwhip-snapping Indiana Jones shows that he is as intelligent, cunning and resourceful as he is fallible and culpable, which only makes him all the more endearing. And by the end of the first act, we also learn the filmmakers are aiming for a tonally darker tale than their previous efforts as they introduce Hitler's interest in mysticism and the occult while the Nazis search for the Ark of the Covenant. Yet, Spielberg amazingly keeps things optimistically carefree and riveting as he pays homage to the pulp B-movies of his youth, not only for the sake of nostalgia for that bygone era but also to reintroduce the joy of cinema with a kind of child-like awe. (Movie Rating: 5/5)
Twenty years later, a much older Indy returns for another adventure. And at first glance, the fourth installment is a hodgepodge involving aliens, communists, a Marlon Brando wannabe, swinging monkeys, and a lead-lined refrigerator capable of surviving a nuclear blast. Then, there is some silly nonsense about backstabbing double agents while Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen) from the first movie suddenly returns to brighten the screen. Even after reading that out loud, it really feels as though Spielberg and Lucas severely dropped the ball here, to use a phrase uttered by Shia LaBeouf as Indy's rebel son Mutt Williams. But to be completely fair, criticizing the production for these elements is also rather undeserving in a beloved franchise that openly blends the action-adventure genre with heavy doses of fantasy, the occult and homages to B-movies serials. And it has always done so proudly.
Paramount Home Entertainment celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark by bringing the entire franchise to 4K Ultra HD. Dubbed the Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection, fans can choose between two separate sets. Both sets also include a flyer with codes for Digital Copies of all four films, which can be redeemed through either VUDU or iTunes, giving owners access to 4K versions of the movies in Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos audio.
As with the other movies, this Atmos track remains true to its original front-heavy design, except that there's a bit more consistency in the surrounds and rears. Several ambient effects bounce around between the sides and overheads with convincingly directionality and placement while other atmospherics subtly echo all around, like the blimp and airplane sequences. Adding to a satisfyingly immersive soundfield are Williams' classic motifs spreading all around and above the listening areas, sure to keep viewers engaged and in the middle of the moment. On top of that, the extra-breathing room displays a cleaner and better-defined mid-range, exhibiting superb warmth and separation in the upper frequencies. With a broad and expansive soundstage thanks to a variety of background activity effectively moving into the off-screen space, dialogue reproduction is precise and crystal clear from beginning to end. Like the other two, the low-end adds a weighty response to gunshots, explosions and cannon fire, supplying a welcomed sense of presence to the visuals. (Audio Rating: 90/100)
The adventures of Indiana Jones are some of the most beloved movies in recent memory, making it one of the most cherished franchises in cinema history. Starting with the first installment, each film is an homage to the classic Saturday matinee serials of a bygone Hollywood era. From the imagination of George Lucas and the creative filmmaking style of Steven Spielberg, the movies are incredibly effective at capturing the melodrama, the thrills, and the overall excitement of a unique genre that entertained the hearts and minds of a younger generation.
Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp was a parody of Get Smart, which was a parody of The James Bond movies. So how do you parody a parody? You add monkeys! Lance Link, a secret agent for APE (Agency to Prevent Evil), worked alongside his partner Mata Hairi and got his assignments from Chief Darwin. Lance fights the likes of CHUMP (Criminal Headquarters for Underworld Master Plan), headed by Baron. Theme Song: Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp!He stands for justice.He has no fear.He's the agent to call when trouble is near.Lance Link, ya gotta come through.Everybody at APE is countin' on you!Here's Marta Hairi, an agent and friend.She sticks by his side right to the end.Darwin is the leader on the side of good.He traps CHUMP agents like a good ape should.Lance Link, whatcha gonna do?You've gotta stop CHUMP now. It's up to you. 2b1af7f3a8