The only one I have seen was Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. I thought it was good and a fitting closing to the series. I saw it in Imax in Los Angeles while visiting there. The visuals were impressive, but the backgound sound as well as most non-dialogue sound was too loud.
@chienfou I have been to relatively few movies due to the pandemic and the lack of decent theaters in my area. In a small-ish theater in a popular, but small town, I saw a few. With Glass Onion, No Time to Die (hmm, two Daniel Craig movies) and Top Gun: Maverick I had little trouble with the dialogue. Maybe the sound system was “less sophisticated” and ended up being better! The projection was quite good, BTW.
I don’t know shit about any of these movies in the the theater right now. I know Barbie bc I’m a girl and Spider-Man bc I’m a tom boy but I couldn’t tell what the fuck they were about.
I was also surprised as shit that they made another fucking Indiana jones movie bc dude is looking old. But you gotta give the people what they want or beat a horse until it’s dead.
@Star2236 one is about a boy bitten by a spider and one is about… Someone named barbie. I assume. somehow I’m sure the second one will somehow inflame a certain section of the population regardless of what the plot is.
IDK what they are doing with Indiana Jones. Ring last drop I guess? People didn’t want them…