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Description: John Canaday analyzes the zone of art among the humanities as an expression of man's attempt to define what it means to be a human being. Mr. Canaday shows how the masterworks of art and architecture have formed a visual history of man's thought, ideals, and most fondly-held beliefs.
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This documentary can be found on the fourth disk on the Finished Journeys of Indiana Jones box set and is split into three segments, every having to do with every of the three movies, the most interesting segment is the first part as it's the most informative, not to tell that the another two segments are not, but the second segment details method too much apologizing for "Temple of Doom", listen that film is nice and there's no reason to apologize for it in the least, the third segment on "the Last Crusade" is cute interesting and all, but they leave out some items that I would have loved to hear more about in all three segments such as the Barbera Streisand incident, and some others. But what we do receive is still cute cool I enjoyed seeing some Indy auditions and the interviews were OK, and it was great to see how items came together, but it just could've been more.My Grade: B-
Every of the Indiana Jones movies gets a brand fresh documentary and nobody mentions the Young Indy Chronicles (which belongs in a museum). There is a nice emphasis on the fact that these type of films will never be made this method again actually that each result can be done by computer. Note that everybody involved echoes this sentiment except the executive producer. Naturaly the first part reveals the origins of Raiders of the lost ark. The Tom Selleck storyline even including his screen-test with Sean Young. Alfred Molina is worth mentioning, as he has the most fun recounting his movie debut. Meanwhile Harrison Ford looks as if he has had hair implants or something. This gotta be the first time the popular anecdote about how the Arab sword war was slash short is left out. Instead we receive an even more disgusting storyline by John Rhys-Davies featuring the only glimpse of a deleted stage on the whole DVD set. There are more snippets of behind the scenes footage, but unfortunately most of them turn out rather embarrassing (Spielberg bothering Indy with a Micky Mouse voice). On the up side, we finally receive to see where Artoo and Threepio are hidden amongst the hieroglyphics.When Willard Huyk and Gloria Katz were asked to work on the Temple of Doom, they were handed a lot of leftover scenes that never create it into the previous movie and an order to name each hero after a major team members' pet. Kate Capshaw actually claims to have been a serious art house actress before meeting Spiel, but her IMDb credits reveal no such thing. What is blatantly obvious was Stevens infatuation with her: they never stopped flirting on set. Chatter Lal talks more about another pictures on his resume than Temple, while the grown up Short Round still has his speech impediment. Enough time has past to be able to talk about Harrison's torn shoulder muscles, followed by a lot of tiresome apologizing for the fact that this one was "so much darker" and "not as much fun" as Raiders. It is also made clear that Frank Marschall was more like an errant man than a producer, everytime getting nasty assignments like bug handling.After all that complaining about the lack of lightness in the second film, everybody brightens up discussing The Last Crusade. Old footage only shows them fooling around on set (quite a difference compared to Star Wars). Sean Connery says about the input he had on his character: making him less Yoda and more Sean. There are 1988 interviews with River Phoenix and Denholm Elliott with GREAT BIG DATES IN THE SUBTITLES so nobody would think these folks are still alive. By this time they were running out of creepy crawlies and had to breed illness gratis rats themselves (as well as mechanical ones to set on fire). It is also revealed most of the Nazi uniforms were the genuine article, but the seagulls on the beach had to be played by doves. Spielberg spends a lot of time explaining the last ten mins of the picture, yet fails to explain how that terrible ancient knight felt when realizing he guarded the grail all those centuries for nothing. Neither do they mention that either Harrison's head got bigger over the course of three pictures or his hat decidedly smaller.8 out of 10
SPOILERSI just did a very long comment so right actually I am going to do a shorter one. I was lucky enough to receive the four-disc Indiana Jones set and this was a detail on the fourth disc. Some scenes drag on, but this is one fun documentary, just be prepared for three hours worth of material. My favourite segment is the segment for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, being as that is more fun and says you some very interesting tiny experiences that the team had, but all segments have that.Pretty much the entire documentary is the making of Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, and Last Crusade. There are interviews with actors and George Lucas and Steven Spielberg and they talk about the making of the entire trilogy. The casting for Raiders, the bridge for Temple of Doom, and the rats of the Last Crusade are just a couple of the many things that they talk about. The Raiders segment is roughly 80 minutes, Temple of Doom is roughly 40 minutes, and Last Crusade is roughly 50 minutes. Overall, this is a nice documentary that gives you some interesting notification about this nice trilogy.9/10 Suggested Documentaries: Within a Minute.
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