The final adventure of archaeologist Harrison Ford’s swashbuckling Indiana Jones is finally here, as Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny You’ve just arrived on one last epic high-flying adventure. It was an adventure traveling through lands and times as Indy and his daughter Helena Shaw (Pheobe Waller-Bridge) chased after Port Archimedes.
The disk can locate cracks in time and change history before Jürgen Fuller (Mads Mikkelsen), a Nazi scientist-turned-NASA scientist, can kill Adolf Hitler to become the Führer himself to change the outcome of World War II and change the world.
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The spear is fake, but the dial is not
We see Indy with his wealthy sidekick Basil Shaw (Toby Jones) ransacking a train full of ancient artifacts in 1944, in search of the famous Lance Longinus, the sacred spear that pierced the side of Jesus Christ two millennia ago, before Nazi astrophysicist Jürgen Fuller and his forces arrest Basil and reveal it is forged.
Indy saves Basil, barely surviving an old-fashioned Nazi beating, but finds the Disc of Archimedes, an Antikythera mechanism that can locate cracks in time, allowing time travel (based on a real device and proving a lot of fan theories are real). Indy and Basil make it with half the dial, so they don’t have to go home empty-handed.
Shaw finds Indy and half of the disc
Jumping to 1969, Basil’s daughter Helena is visiting Jones, her godfather. finding him retired from a college teaching position, lonely and depressed after his wife, Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen), left him. And Helena, also an archaeologist, wants her godfather to help her find the dial, despite warning her that it nearly drove her father and his friend Basil mad before he died. Basil wanted Jones to destroy her, but he never did and agreed to help her.
Helena and Jones retrieve half of the dial from the college archives only to be ambushed by Fuller’s henchmen, who have since joined forces with NASA and have the CIA work with him to recover the dial, so Indy is framed for the murder of one of his college classmates, and now Jones flees and Helena from the country with the help of Indy’s old friend Salah to Tangiers.
Indy’s son died in Vietnam
Jones and Helena try to hide in Tangiers, but Indi learns that Helena plans to sell the phone at a black market auction with her young boyfriend Teddy Kumar (Ethan Isador). Fuller finds them again and steals half of the dial, kills the CIA guard, and sets out to get the other half of the dial.
Jones and Helena must find their other half before Fuller, so with one of Indy’s contacts, they dive deep into the sea to find an ancient tablet in the Aegean Sea next to Greece to find their way to Archimedes’ tomb in Sicily. In a quiet scene, as they search a labyrinthine cave, Helena asks Indy what he would do if he could go back in time. And Andy, rather than relive the adventures, says he’s going back to his son. “I would tell him not to join,” he says. “I tell him he will die. His death will break his mother’s heart.”
We learned the fate of Mott Williams, who died in the senseless Vietnam War like millions of others, and both the scorned character redeemed Indy’s ignominious death and adventure. Kingdom of the Crystal Skull All in one fell swoop.
Indy ends in ancient Greece
Indy and Helena find the second half of the dial with an Archimedes skeleton, but Fuller arrives soon after, stealing half of the dial and seriously injuring Jones. Fuller and his sons don Nazi uniforms and board the bomber, reassemble the dial, and prepare to travel to Italy in 1939, the year World War II began, to lead the Nazis to victory with his knowledge of history. Thus, opening a vortex, they fly into the past, with Teddy following in another plane behind them.
On board Indy realizes that since Archimedes was unaware that the continents move over time, there is no way for a disk based on 2,000-year-old knowledge to take them exactly where they want to go. Sure enough, they ended up in Italy in 212 BC, in the midst of the Siege of Syracuse, where the Romans and Greeks stopped fighting to bring down planes or dragons that they thought had appeared from the sky in one of the most. Controversial moments in the franchise.
Fuller dies, and maybe Indy…
Hit by the screws, the plane fell, and Helena almost fell out of the bay doors. But she returns, gets a drop from Fuller, and shoots him, allowing her to get the last parachute and escape from the stricken plane. Fuller and all of his men died in a fiery explosion.
After untangling from the parachute, Teddy finds Helena and Indy, who is able to bring them back before the vortex closes. But Indy didn’t want to go back. With nothing going for him on the job, being wanted for murder, and his wife gone, Indy wants to stay and study his favorite era of the past to live and die there, an archaeologist’s dream. Helena gives Indy a good old jab and drags him home.
It hurts here
in Raiders of the Lost ArkMarion, helping an injured Indy, asks, “Where isn’t it hurt?” Indy points to his elbow, forehead, eyebrow, and then finally his lips, each touch followed by a tender kiss from Marion.
At the end of the face of fate, Helena helps Jones reunite with Marion, who again tends to his injury. Indy says, “Where doesn’t it hurt?” To her, they repeat the scene, healing their mental trauma over the loss of their son.
The film ends with Indy surviving his last adventure, though it may not be his last, as we see Indy donning his hat, preparing for more adventures while Marion goes out grocery shopping.