Truth Squad: I have only seen two of the four Indiana Jones movies. And one of them was the craptastic Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The other one that I have seen is The Last Crusade, which is why whenever anyone asks me my favorite Indiana Jones movie, I always respond with "The Last Crusade," and then the people always say, "Really, that one is my least favorite." I have no excuse for not seeing the movies. It just wasn't something I was interested in when they were popular, and now I have better things to watch...like The Real Housewives of New Jersey, on repeat.
At Disney's Hollywood Studios there is a pretty great stunt show featuring stunts from the Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark movie. This show has been around since they opened the park in 1989 and not much has changed since then. In all honesty, this is one of those shows that doesn't need any upgrades because it's pretty perfect just the way it is.
First, the theater is HUGE. And shaded. While it isn't air-conditioned, it's usually pretty cool because you are out of the sun and they have large fans going. The show runs about 25 minutes, so it can be a nice respite from the midday sun. They only run the show a few times per day, so you want to check the show times when you first get to the park.
The show has some really great examples of extreme action stunt work. I haven't seen Raiders of the Lost Ark, but even I can appreciate the famous scenes that they recreate before the audience. I would even go as far as to say that what you see is incredible. It really is that good. There are choreographed fight scenes, pyrotechnics, audience participation (there is one gag in particular that gets me every time), and great acrobatics. I have seen this show many times, and yet every time I notice something new.
This really is an amazing show to see. I wouldn't miss it during your trip. 5 out of 5 or 9 out of 10 stars.
On a side note, one of the difficult things about Hollywood Studios is timing out your day. There are several shows and parades that make it difficult to get everything in on one visit. My expert advice is to plan on visiting the Studios at least twice during your visit. I don't think you need to spend a full day either time, but it will make it easier to fit everything in if you space your visits on two separate days. The Indiana Jones show is on an opposite end of the park as Lights! Motors! Action!, and I have noticed that they usually space the shows where you could only do one in the morning and one in the afternoon. When you factor in walking time, time standing in line, and time waiting for the show to begin, it eats up at least an hour and a half of your time for each show. To me it makes sense to spend two mornings at the Studios, or a morning and an afternoon so that you can fit everything in.