As always, Harrison Ford is blunt about what he will miss about Indiana Jones
Harrison Ford is known for being very straight to the point in his interviews, and when recently asked what he would miss most about the Indiana Jones franchise, the veteran actor was predictably blunt. After starring in five films and five decades as the intrepid Dr. Jones played Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny will bring the story to a conclusion and after telling that story, Ford just won’t miss anything in the role of Indy because he’s already done everything he could as a character.
Ford spoke to me recently Good morning America While promoting the adventure ahead, and while his love of playing Indy is not in question, when asked what he would miss after it’s all over, he didn’t disappoint with his response. He said:
“Nothing. We made it. No, I can’t tell you how much joy it has been to be Indiana Jones. I’ve done it five times and I’ve loved it every time, even if it wasn’t.” As much as he was admired at times. Each time, the passion of the people involved matched my passion. Because I love what this type of film offers to the audience. The combination of adventure and emotion is really the element of success.”
Many believed there would never be another Indiana Jones adventure after that Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade finished the original trilogy back in 1989. But after that Kingdom of the Crystal Skull While reviews were mixed, it seemed like there was definitely no room for another breakthrough from Ford’s adventurer. But here we are and we still have a story to tell, but the question still remains whether it’s a story that needs to be told.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny has received harsh reviews.
The premiere of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Last week the film appeared to be a hit at the Cannes Film Festival and the immediate reactions were very positive. However, as those in attendance began to voice their views on Rotten Tomatoes, it became clear that excitement for this latest adventure wasn’t quite as great as it ever was crystal skull managed to collect.
There has been a clear split in reviews from critics in recent days, with the critics approval rating falling as low as 33% before bouncing back to 50% after 28 reviews. There have been criticisms of the lackluster plot, too many action sequences and some overdone fantasy elements, but overall this is the basis on which many have cast positive reviews of the film. What’s that supposed to mean? As always, the audience will decide for themselves whether Indy’s latest adventure was worth it or not.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny hits theaters next month.