That's what the movie should be called. I saw the latest Harrison Ford flick today and was less than impressed. The entire movie stank of ridiculous stunts and poor plot development. Mr. Ford was stale - lacking that all important glimmer of confident swagger he exuded in the earlier movies. He's lost the spark as far as I'm concerned, and because of it the movie faltered. The real problems go much deeper than Harrison, however. There is little to no character development between the crazy action scenes. It's like the creators of the movie decided what amazing things they wanted to do with the action sequences and then wrote filler later on as they gorged themselves with beer and pizza. I really don't like that Hollywood thinks it can churn out a can of crap with a fancy, pretty sticker on it and sell it to us for a higher price than the quality stuff they used to make. Speilberg's ego was certainly a size too big for this movie. I get the feeling he was so obsessed with the idea that everyone would love the movie and overlooked the crucial elements of great film-making that were so wonderfully apparent in his earlier movies.
If you really want to see this movie, rent it when it comes out. If you must see it in the theater, go to the dollar theater, or have somebody pay your way. It's just not that good.
Now excuse me while I wash the bad taste out of my mouth with some Raider's of the Lost Ark. :)