Joe’s review published on Letterboxd:
It’s casually racist and sometimes indefensible, but I still rewatch constantly. Short Round, Anything Goes, the bridge gag, the slightly inappropriate pulpy violence, the feeling of a golden age franchise that hadn’t yet started filling in all the corners of its timeline? I love it, but try extra hard to sit with the gross paradox.
Also, after Everything, Everywhere, All at Once, if Ke Huy Quan doesn’t have a part to play in Indy 5 I’m going to be pissed.