Digital Spy surveyed their users to “find out what their favorite Steven Spielberg movie is” and they released the results, counting down five at a time. Here is the link to the first part (# 25-21)
20. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)
19 years after riding into the sunset in The Last Crusade, Indiana Jones returned to find new enemies in the Soviets and discover that he had a son (Shia LaBeouf) with old flame Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen). This was a big box office hit, but many fans felt that it didn’t live up to its predecessors.
A light comedy starring Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones, The Terminal centres on a European immigrant who gets stranded at JFK airport when war breaks out in his home country. A full-size airport terminal replica was built to house the production of this film.
Tom Cruise plays a Brooklyn dockworker who fights to save his son and daughter when malevolent Tripod aliens attack. This New York-set sci-fi blockbuster draws clear 9/11 parallels as it hurtles along at lightning speed.
Spielberg had long held an ambition to make a Tintin movie after reading several French reviews of Raiders that referenced Hergé’s hero. Teaming up with Peter Jackson, the filmmaker used 3D performance capture technology to make a high-speed adventure that thrilled cinemagoers last year.
16. Duel (1971)
Originally aired as a TV movie on ABC, so popular was Duel that an extended version opened theatrically across Europe and Japan. Dennis Weaver plays a man relentlessly pursued by a truck in a story that has clear parallels with Jaws.