Harrison Ford claims that critics made Kingdom of the Crystal Skull their own rules


Harrison Ford says that critics of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull had an agenda when reviewing the fourth Indiana Jones movie.

Critics! Why would it have to be critics! Harrison Ford is getting ready to crank it up for the fifth Indiana Jane movie. But he and the rest are going to have to face the fourth. But Harrison Ford seems to have little regard for the critical response to Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

As reported yesterday, the actor recently spoke of his more infamous flops. If you can ever consider Harrison Ford chatty, 2008’s Indiana and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was the film that generated the most conversation. It was nearly two decades after The Last Crusade-that was, for many, too late. Fans and critics weren’t helped by Ford’s age in his mid-60s. (It is important to note that while Kingdom the Crystal Skull10 has its vocal critics, the Rotten Tomatoes score is a solid 78%. This is not bad considering the aliens.

On poor reception of Kingdom the Crystal Skull by Harrison Ford, Harrison Ford suggested that critics had the wrong mindset. It was harshly criticized by “[The critics], but what are they doing now They were imposing their rules about what the movie should look like. These issues are not necessary. [director Steven Spielberg’s and co-writer George Lucas’] “It didn’t create an attitude or a behavior that carried over into this film.” “It didn’t create an attitude or a behavior that carried over into this film.”

That said, Ford did note that the low hanging fruit jokes about Indy’s age have been removed from Dial of Destiny.Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny rolls into theaters on June 30th.Do you think Dial of Destiny

will be better than Kingdom of the Crystal Skull? Is Harrison Ford still capable of pulling off Indy? Let us know in the comments below!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VsyAmAOMek

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