The most intense battle that Indiana Jones had to fight in 2007’s Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was against bad filmmaking and George Lucas' slowly deteriorating mind. But, besides the fact that the overall movie was a CGI laden failure, Harrison Ford was nothing short of fierce as the fedora-wearing adventurer. Along the way, Ford fought Russian spies, greasers, Shia Labeouf’s stilted acting, and he even faced off against a nuclear weapon.

Ford proved that, despite his age (65 at the time of release), he could still throw a mean haymaker when he needs to. It looked like he never skipped a beat since starring in 1989's Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade; unfortunately, the same cannot be said of the rest of the movie. So until Steven Spielberg either relinquishes the reigns on the Indiana Jones franchise or fires George Lucas, we’ll just have to deal with a bare-chested Ford kicking ass in terrible movies.