Starring: Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, Denholm Elliot, Alison Doody, John-Rhys Davies, Julian Glover
Archaeologist, Dr. Indiana Jones (Ford) believes in fact and not fiction. His father, Henry Jones (Connery) researches the Holy Grail, something which Indiana does not believe in. Walter Donavan (Glover) is an antique collector who believes in the Holy Grail and employed Henry Jones to find it. Henry goes missing and Indiana needs to go and rescue his father. He has Marcus (Elliot) to accompany him and meets his fathers associate Dr. Schneider (Doody) in Venice. Indiana's father mailed him Dr. Schneider his secret diary, a diary which contains maps and mysteries and any information that Indiana would possibly need. The Nazi's are searching for the diary and wish to get to the Holy Grail before anyone else does. The Holy Grail is supposed to grant the drinker immortality and Hitler wants just that. The movie is a huge improvement from the previous two versions. Sean Connery's mere presence takes the movies to an absolutely new level and he knows when to be funny at just the right time. The perfect movie for someone looking for adventures and mysteries.
Thumbs up: Sean Connery
Thumbs down: The fantasy aspect could have been left out