Harrison Ford is back as Indy for the last time. This fifth installment opens with a flashback scene from 1944 where Indy is captured by Nazis during World War 2. He escapes and takes a powerful time-traveling artifact with him called the Dial of Destiny, which has the power to change history.
The “present” is set in 1969, with Indy ready to retire as a professor. His treasure hunting goddaughter, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, meets up with him and asks about the dial, which Indy says has been split into three pieces.
When they go to retrieve the first piece, they face-off with Mads Mikkelsen, a former Nazi who now works for NASA. Mads is also in search of the dial to correct Adolf Hitler’s mistakes.
It then becomes a race and battle around the world, so Indy can complete the dial and save history. It also stars Antonio Banderas, and the return of Karen Allen as Indy’s wife Marion and John Rhys-Davies as his buddy Sallah.
Artificial intelligence was used to de-age Ford in the flashback scenes.
Ruby is a shy 16-year-old Kraken who is desperate to fit in at her high school. When she breaks her mom’s rule about going into the ocean, she discovers she’s a direct descendent of warrior Krakens who protect the sea from evil mermaids.
She’s also set to inherit the throne from her grandma to become the Warrior Queen of the Seven Seas. Ruby soon learns that the popular new girl at school is an evil mermaid and must embrace her destiny to protect her loved ones.
Lana Condor (from Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”) voices Ruby, Toni Collette is her mom, Jane Fonda is her grandma, and Annie Murphy (from “Schitt’s Creek”) is the evil popular girl / mermaid.