Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
It’s the Cold War in the 1950s and Indy is lured into an adventure regarding the mysterious crystal skull by the young Mutt Williams who has ties to Indy’s long-time love, Marion. As the two race against time, they must ward off the dangerous Irina Spalko who has her own plans for they crystal skull. Here are some movie mistakes to look for while watching “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”.

· When Dean Charles Stanforth is shown walking down the hallway at the school on his way to Indy’s class, he passes the chairs on his right with a view of two pictures on the wall, just before he gets to the classroom door. He leaves the class with Indy a few moments later and they walk back down the hallway. The two pictures that were on the wall have now turned into a larger portrait of Marcus.

· Mutt and Indy are talking in the diner. The mustard and ketchup bottles are sitting directly in front of Mutt. In the close-up view of Mutt, when he smacks the tables with his fist and jumps up, the bottles fall over onto the table. It cuts to a front view of Indy (side, rear view of Mutt) and the bottles are sitting upright again on the table. The scene cuts back to the original view when Mutt sits down and the bottles are turned over again. Indy is shown putting them upright once more.

· After the incident at the diner, Mutt and Indy are on Mutt’s motorcycle while being chased. The motorcycle pulls alongside the New Britain Transportation Company bus. In the rear view, they’re still beside the bus when Indy gets pulled into the car. The scene cuts to a front view and the bus is in the background, a ways behind the car and motorcycle. In the view inside car, looking out, the car and the motorcycle are beside the bus again. It cuts to a rear view and the motorcycle is slightly behind the bus.

“Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” (2008) stars Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett, Shia LaBeouf, Karen Allen, Ray Winstone, John Hurt, and Jim Broadbent. It runs 122 minutes and is rated PG-13 for adventure violence and scary images.

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