First time, boiiiiiiiiiii
Soms vergeet ik hoe goed Spielberg was in zijn prime.
I like the other installments, but this one always gets me. I don't get why people seem to like it least. Probably because of the terrible marketing at the time. It delves deep in the soul of Ceasar and Reeves' direction is insane (cannot wait for Batman). And then there's Michael Giacchino's score: probably the best, most well-rounded soundtrack of his career and yet it feels so overlooked. This movie is a lot more subtle than its predecessors, yet has so much more impact and really ends this trilogy on a high note. Oh and Woody Harrelson