Articles Posted in the " Indiana Jones " Category

  • A tribute to Minority Report

    Do you know what the world doesn’t have enough of? Passionate love letters to eleven-year-old sci-fi films, that’s what! Long-term BFFer Harry Harris sent us this blog at half one in the morning, which probably means he wrote it drunk – still, when you’re talking about the finest film to ever star Tom Cruise and some futuristic mittens there’s no other way to work. We present his very personal tribute to Minority Report.






  • Top 10 most underrated actors

    You all know what it’s like. You’re sitting in the cinema or watching a film at home and you see someone you recognise on screen. Turning to the person next to you, you ask: “who is that guy? He’s in that thing, you know, that other movie…WHAT IS HIS NAME? TELL MEEEEE!!!” Eventually you then find out who he is…and have forgotten by the next day. Well, we here at Best For Film are like elephants and we could never, EVER forget a great actor. Except from what’s his name…Oh you know, that guy who is in that other thing? Never mind…


  • Friday Drinking Game #51 – Indiana Jones

    This Friday, contrary to what you may believe, is a Friday different to any other. Not because it’s Friday the 13th, but because today is the day Harrison Ford turns 70. Yes. Seventy whole years ago on this hallowed day, before Gary Oldman’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy even got a look in, the original badass multi-tasker was born. So come on in and raid our lost ark for your dignity as we raise a glass or seven for the inimitable Indiana Jones in this week’s Friday Drinking Game.


  • Five Career Paths That Hollywood Has Ruined Forever

    Did you ever want to be an astronaut? What about a superhero? Did Harry Potter leave you wishing you could be a wizard? Well, luckily for you that’s never going to happen, and, as such, you’re never going to have to discover just how boring life as an Auror can be with no Voldemort to fight. For anyone growing up idolising famous movie doctors, scientists or police officers, however, disappointment is only one successful application away.