Although the presence of Sears does overshadow Williams as wordsmith, the latter flexes his muscles as the story progresses. He gives Indy some great lines and you can hear Ford delivering them. The Nazi spouts off extremely fun, grandiose dialogue that's in keeping with the pulpish classics to be found in the original Indiana Jones trilogy, and Williams' characterization and speech for the supporting cast adds color to the already impressive mini-series. Let's hope it's far from the last one. Read Full Review
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