10 May 2008 | CuriosityKilledShawn
Just go to bed with them already!
What is it with Indy and only kissing the girls he likes? Bond would have them naked in a heartbeat.
After escaping Mexico with Remy in tow Indy travels to Ireland and ends up in the middle of a catholic/protestant stand-off. It interesting to get an early 19th century perspective on this conflict but most of it takes a backseat to Indy's pointless romance with a boring girl who mistakes him for a millionaire and wants to go shopping all the time. I would demand sex in return for this but Indy just lets them use him. If there were nothing in it for me I'd show her the door. Luckily she's gone by the second half.
After that Indy and Remy go to London to sign up for the Belgian Army and he meets the feisty Victoria Prentiss (Elizabeth Hurley, when she was an actress and not a...whatever she is now), a suffragette bus conductor who clashes with his old tutor Miss Seymour. The romance doesn't last (or get as far as the bedroom) however as Indy is soon whisked off to the front lines when he is called for duty.
Not exactly packed with adventure but still worth a watch.