This is the second in the Indiana Jones adventures, and takes a slight departure from the other two films. There are still exotic locales, artifacts to be found, and of course, women that need saving, but it has a different feel to it. First off, instead of starting out in some cave, Temple of Doom opens in a Shanghai night club, but thankfully relocates quickly to the jungles of India. Indy, instead of embarking on this adventure, is more forced into it. This movie is a little darker and gloomier than the other two, featuring child enslavement, cults, and a nice shot of a heart being pulled out of a live man. I hate to speak ill of Indiana Jones film, because I have absolutely loved these movies as long as I can remember, but of the trilogy I would recommend this one least. However, it is still worth a viewing.