Is is probably the 2nd best film in the trilogy. Language is rare, fighting isn't over the top, and it's low on sexual content. Indiana (played by the one and only Harrison Ford) meets up with his father, (Sean Connery) for the adventure of a lifetime. Fighting Includes: hand-to-hand-combat, (blood is shown on mouths and noses), some machine-gun and gun fighting, falls, etc. A soldier's head is cut off by a sword, and rolls to Indy's feet, but it's bloodless and not gory. Swearing Includes I "son of a b***h", and "Hell". One scene shows Indy and Elsa kissing and she says "I hate arrogant men," and then they fall off the bed and the scene shifts. The scene is later implied by Indy's father in an awkward realization that will go over kids heads.