Indyfans and the Quest for Fortune and Glory

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  • NR
  • 2008
  • 1 hr 17 min
  • 5.3  (55)

Indyfans and the Quest for Fortune and Glory is a 2008 documentary film that explores the enduring popularity of the Indiana Jones film franchise and the loyal fan base that continues to follow the adventures of the iconic archaeologist. The film features interviews with a range of dedicated Indy enthusiasts, as well as cast and crew members from the original movies, who share their experiences and insights into what has made the series such a beloved part of popular culture.

The film follows the journey of a group of adventurous fans who embark on their own quest for fortune and glory by traveling the world in search of locations and artifacts featured in the Indiana Jones films. Led by filmmaker Brandon Kleyla and actor Jeff Anderson (best known for his role in Kevin Smith's Clerks), the group sets out to explore the real-life sites that inspired some of the most iconic scenes in the movies, from the Temple of Doom in India to the streets of Cairo in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Along the way, they encounter a colorful cast of characters, including fellow fans who have built Indiana Jones themed collections, cosplayers who dress up as their favorite characters, and even a few people who claim to have discovered genuine archaeological treasures thanks to their love of the franchise. The film also features interviews with actors and filmmakers who worked on the movies, including Vic Armstrong (who served as Harrison Ford's stunt double in the films) and Bob Baranick (who worked as a production designer on Temple of Doom).

Through interviews and on-location visits to iconic sites, Indyfans and the Quest for Fortune and Glory explores what it is about the Indiana Jones movies that continues to captivate audiences decades after their initial release. The film delves into the character of Indiana Jones himself, examining what makes him such a compelling hero and exploring the themes of adventure, exploration, and discovery that run throughout the series.

The film also examines the impact that Indiana Jones has had on popular culture, looking at the many tributes and parodies of the franchise that have emerged over the years. From video games to comic books to theme park attractions, the Indiana Jones legacy continues to inspire new generations of fans.

Overall, Indyfans and the Quest for Fortune and Glory is an entertaining and informative documentary that will appeal not only to die-hard Indiana Jones fans, but to anyone with an interest in the power of popular culture to inspire imagination and adventure. Featuring insightful interviews, breathtaking locations, and a lively sense of fun, this film is a fitting tribute to one of the most enduring and beloved film franchises of all time.

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    5.3  (55)