Many actors have fallen victim to a belated, inferior sequel for an epic pay cheque, but Harrison Fords attempt a career kick-start was one of the worst, especially given the high quality of the three films that preceded it.
Early teaser pictures showed Ford in his classic Indy get-up looking fantastic for his age, creating a massive buzz. When the trailers surfaced, it just got better Ford was obviously in tip top condition and the action looked fun and frantic.
But the finished film was a whole other animal. After a great start, a dodgy family plotline, pointless chase scenes, ill-fitting chemistry, a returning character who was annoying in Raiders of the Lost Ark in the first place and a coda that involved aliens, managed to scupper one of the most anticipated films of the new millennium. It didn't stop everyone going to see it though.
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