Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


Harrison Ford makes his final bow as the legendary archaeologist in this daring action adventure.

It’s 1969, and Indiana Jones is facing retirement, divorce, and a quiet life of few daring exploits. That’s until his goddaughter Helena draws his attention to a mysterious dial made by the Ancient Greek inventor Archimedes, said to control both time and space.

Back in 1944, Indy and his friend Basil (also Helena’s dad) acquired the dial from the Nazi Jürgen Voller. Now working for NASA under a different name, Voller intends to find the dial’s second half and use it for his own nefarious means. Indy must don his fedora, leather jacket, and whip one last time as he and Helena set out to find the dial’s other half and stop Voller.

Directed by James Mangold (Logan), scored by the acclaimed John Williams, and featuring the expected chases, creepy crawlies, and action sequences, this is one film you don’t want to miss as the curtain is brought down on one of cinema’s greatest action heroes.

“a bold, bright, and blazingly fun reunion with our favorite hero” /Film

“an old-fashioned matinee adventure” The Independent

“a fitting goodbye to cinema’s favourite grave-robber” Empire

“a fun, funny, rousing, and heartfelt trip down memory lane filled with action and surprises” io9

12A: moderate violence, threat, injury detail

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