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The second Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, released in theaters in 1984. The film is another triumph for the couple Spielberg-Lucas.

In 1989 released the third installment of the Indiana Jones series: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. This component, the increasingly frenetic pace, says the crusade of the famous archaeologist, this time with his father, to recover the legendary Holy Grail.

Between intimacy, commercial cinema and consecration.

Not disarming Spielberg strikes a blow in 1993 by making Jurassic Park, a film that marks a turning point in the history of special effects (designed by Industrial Light & Magic). This history of dinosaurs with Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum quickly become the highest grossing film history, earning more than $ 900 million of revenue.

The same year, 1993, he made a much more personal project: Schindler's List. Against the backdrop of Holocaust, the film tells how Oskar Schindler - a German industrialist, member of the Nazi party - saved a little over a thousand people in the death camps. A work that the American Film Institute ranks as the eighth greatest movie in the history of cinema in its top 100 2007.

In 1997, Spielberg realized after Jurassic Park, still refining the special effects. The Lost World: Jurassic Park is still a success.

In 1998, released a new historical film: Saving Private Ryan. Shot for $ 70 million, the film tells the story of an American unit to save a soldier risking his life, during Operation Overlord. Tom Hanks, Matt Damon and Barry Pepper contribute to the commercial and critical success of the film, which won several awards, including five Academy Awards including those for Best Director and Best Cinematography.

Back on science fiction and comedy

In 2001, Spielberg realized AI Artificial Intelligence with the "child star" Haley Joel Osment and Jude Law, a project taken from the late director Stanley Kubrick. The film was a great commercial success, but this futuristic Pinocchio received mixed critical reception, some finding it beautiful, others too long and boring. More generally, this film is a return to science fiction Spielberg, a genre he had neglected for ET the Extra-Terrestrial.

A new collaboration between Tom Hanks and Spielberg lined with a first Leonardo DiCaprio: Catch Me If You Can is a humorous movie and tender. The true story of the impostor Frank Abagnale Jr. is a commercial success, which also receives a good reception from critics.

After Terminal in 2004, it runs in an expected 2005 adaptation of the novel by HG Wells, The War of the Worlds in which "beings from elsewhere" simply trying to exterminate the human race. The film was a huge commercial success.

Steven Spielberg says he wants to take a little rest after shot in quick succession War of the Worlds and Munich. It would have benefited this time to develop a proposed biopic of Abraham Lincoln, a project close to his heart for some years

Tintin in 3D and historical frescoes

In 2011, Spielberg made ​​his first 3D film The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn, based on the famous cartoon character created by Hergé. In 1983, the American director indeed obtained the agreement of the Belgian cartoonist, a few months before his death to give life to Tintin on the big screen. The Secret of the Unicorn, released a preview October 22, 2011 in Belgium and in France, has received very positive reviews from both the press and spectators and Tintin.

Steven Spielberg is then devoted to a long-standing project: Lincoln with Daniel Day-Lewis in the title role, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones. The film, adapted from the book Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin, evokes the latter part of the life of the 16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln during his fight for the adoption by Congress, the 13th Amendment to abolish slavery. He is a critical and public success. He received twelve Oscar nominations. 24 February 2013, the film won two statuettes including Best Actor for Day-Lewis.

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