"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" returns the series to the Raiders formula, and delivers a fitting final adventure for the characters. Once again Indy must battle the Nazis in their quest for religious artifacts. John Rhys-Davies and Denholm Elliott return to reprise their characters of Sallah and Brody, and in a stroke of brilliant casting, Sean Connery joins the series as Indiana Jones’ father. Ford and Connery have a great onscreen chemistry, which adds a lot of humor and sincerity to the film. "Last Crusade" has a keen self-awareness (with the most obvious instance being a ride off into the sunset) that starts off as a bit charming, but wears thin after a while. But, Spielberg delivers another series of spirited action/adventure sequences that keeps the film moving at a steady pace. "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" is a fun and exciting film that serves as a loving tribute to the Indiana Jones character.