How To Watch Indiana Jones 5 And Pee Without Missing The Action

Harrison Ford plays the whip-cracking archaeologist in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, the fifth and final film in the venerable adventure series.

James Mangold’s film follows Indiana Jones as he fights against the clock to prevent a former Nazi from using an ancient item to time travel and change history.Although the movie is jam-packed with action, humor, and nostalgia, its 2 hours and 22 minute running duration may have some viewers wondering whether to stop and use the restroom.

Thankfully, we have put together a list of the ideal times to leave the theater without missing anything significant.

Of course, we advise that you remain seated and restrain yourself if you want to take in the entire movie. But if you must go, here are some recommendations:

Around 30 Minutes In

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The movie cuts to 1969, where Indy is retiring from his academic career and feeling out of place in the hippie period, following the opening flashback sequence set in 1944.

Since not much happens until he meets his goddaughter Helena (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), who ushers him into his decisive adventure, it is a great moment to take a vacation.

Around 1 Hour In

To complete the Antikythera, commonly known as the Dial of Destiny, an instrument designed by Archimedes to measure astrological occurrences, Indy and Helena journey to Morocco. An old acquaintance of Indy’s named Renaldo (Antonio Banderas) assists them when they run into him.

As the action slows down and there are some scenes of exposition and banter, this is another excellent opportunity for a rest.

Around 1 Hour and 40 Minutes in

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Dr. Voller (Mads Mikkelsen), a Nazi scientist working for NASA who intends to use the Dial to travel back in time and assassinate Hitler, kidnaps Indy and Helena. He drives them to an airfield where he will turn on the Dial in a flying machine.

Given how tight and intense things are at this point, taking a break is perilous, but if you really must leave before the conclusion, this is your only opportunity.

Around 2 Hours And 10 Minutes In

During the siege of Syracuse in 212 BC4, a plane carrying Voller and Indy passes through the portal made by the Dial and lands in ancient Sicily. They meet Archimedes (Toby Jones) there, who confesses that he created the Dial especially to bring assistance from the future.

This is not the time for a rest since the movie is about to get incredibly crazy and unpredictable. Missing the decisive confrontation between Indy and Voller or the touching farewell between Indy and Helena will be regrettable.

So there you have it—potty breaks that might be included in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.

These are, of course, merely suggestions based on our likes and opinions. Other times might be more suited to your needs. But whatever you do, remember to wash your hands before and after watching the film!

About Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny

The fifth and last film in the Indiana Jones series, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is an upcoming American action-adventure movie. James Mangold, who co-wrote the script with Jez and John-Henry Butterworth, is the film’s director.

In 1969, the Space Race is the backdrop to Indiana Jones’ life. When the U.S. Government began hiring old adversaries from World War II in an effort to surpass the Soviet Union in the race to space travel, Jones’s confidence began to waver. He is traveling with Helena, his goddaughter. In the meantime, Voller, an ex-Nazi who works for NASA on the moon landing program, wants to change the world as he sees appropriate.

In addition to Mads Mikkelsen, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Thomas Kretschmann, Boyd Holbrook, and Shaunette Renee Wilson, Harrison Ford will return as Indiana Jones.