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The movie follows Joan Wilder, a lonely romance novelist in New York City as she flies to South America where she must trek through the Colombian jungle with a fortune-hunting mercenary in search of her missing sister.
Turner is terrific, Douglas is fine and the action is slam-bang. Add lots of laughs and it all works out just right.
April 04, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
The filmmakers have devised some clever twists on the earlier films they recall, and they reserve a good share of the derring-do for their heroine, who's a refreshingly far cry from the helpless ladies-in-distress of old.
In this cracking jungle-set treasure hunt, director Robert Zemeckis spices up a deliberately old-fashioned matinée adventure with tongue-in-cheek gags, unpredictably clever touches and top-of-the-range action.
The script is sharp and funny, the direction sure-footed on both the comedy and action fronts, and the whole thing adds up to rather more concerted fun than Indiana Jones' flab-ridden escapade in the Temple of Doom.