Name was too long for me to type out so, I'll just refer to it as 4 I watched this movie earlier today with a number of my friends and I had relatively low expectations primarily because of Lucas and Spielberg saying they wanted to make a "good B movie". Well, let me tell you this, they succeeded, partially. It was DEFINITELY a B movie, but it was far from good. In fact, this is probably one of the worst high-profile sequels I have ever seen. The movie is only about 2 hours long but felt like it was at least 3, if not more, tortuous hours. I was ecstatic when the theme song rolled by and when the iconic hat is placed atop the head of the titular character but, alas, that was the high-point of the movie. While the other 3 movies were very tongue-in-cheek and had oodles of fun and lots and lots of brilliant campy moments that have stood the test of time, Indy 4 is full of mundane bits with a couple of good moments every half hour or so. And just an FYI, you see about 90% more of the stunt-man portraying Indy as some kind of old-school spider-monkey/man/beast than you do of Harrison Ford. Excellent move by the movie-makers there. Obscure your title character to create a few crappy moments of supposedly adrenaline boosting "action" and then return to the mundane dialogue and life-less acting by all the characters. Any redeeming qualities I hear people ask? Well, unfortunately not. While the other 3 movies were all full of incredulous moments, the trilogy worked because, as I said, it was good, campy FUN. Indy 4 FAILS in every way imaginable precisely because the acting sucks, the pacing is worse than some C class movies I have seen, the Crystal Skull looks like plastic and the action sequences are beyond ludicrous. Just when I think that there is a good moment in front of me, BAM, the 2 geniuses who have a license to do whatever they please decide to destroy the momentum with something so mind-bogglingly idiotic, only Uwe Boll would have previously considered it. Folks, save your money and go watch Iron Man again. You'll thank me in the end. 2/5 OSNN stars, simply for nostalgia and some decent moments (that are eventually covered by buckets of manure).