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Old 10-14-2013, 09:21 AM   #76
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The CGI tractor thing was just plain old weird lol.

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Old 10-14-2013, 11:27 AM   #77
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I thought the tractor thing was fine. It just the monkeys and some of the background stuff that looked wonky.

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Old 10-14-2013, 11:30 AM   #78
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Nah, the CGI tractor was just plain old stupid lol.

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Old 10-14-2013, 11:58 PM   #79
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Old 10-17-2013, 03:22 PM   #80
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What is your favorite scene/sequence in all the movies?

Mine is the tank sequence in Crusade.

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Old 10-17-2013, 03:31 PM   #81
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Ugh, that's such a tough question because i love so many. But if i have to pick one, it has to be the whole starting sequence in Raiders. (or the truck chase )

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Old 10-17-2013, 07:26 PM   #82
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The last 30 minutes of Temple of Doom.

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Old 10-17-2013, 09:15 PM   #83
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The truck chase in raiders. Indy going under the truck is one of my favorite movie moments ever.

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Old 10-18-2013, 02:27 AM   #84
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1. Truck chase in Raiders
2. The last 30 minutes of Temple of Doom.
3. Bike & sidecar chase in Last Crusade
4. The Tank chase in Last Crusade
5. Indy vs Toht's goons in Marion's bar in Raiders

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Old 10-18-2013, 02:28 AM   #85
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The First Three Indiana Jones Films Come to Blu-ray Separately on December 17

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Steven Spielberg takes the blame for nuking the fridge in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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It doesn't take a smart guy or a film critic to tell you that Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (or Indy 4 for short) wasn't a very good film. However, it does hold a certain legacy in cruelly staining an otherwise widely loved franchise in spectacular fashion.

Steven Spielberg appeared last night at a special screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark in Los Angeles, as the topic of the little Indiana Jones film that couldn't was inevitably brought up. On the topic of nuking the fridge (which is now an synonym for jumping the shark), Steven Spielberg felt the need to confess that the fridge segment was entirely his fault. Here's a direct quote via First Showing from someone who attended the screening.

'I know in Indy 4, you didn't buy the refrigerator and the atomic bomb... I know! I know! But we tried! We tried! I was pushing the envelope! By the way, I take FULL responsibility for that -- that was COMPLETELY my idea! Even Harrison said to me: 'Nobody is going to buy this'

As foolish as trying to imply one can survive an atomic bomb in a refrigerator is, and as relieving it is to hear Spielberg say that, it doesn't exactly excuse the other several major faults in the film. If there's something to take from this though, it's that Spielberg and possibly George Lucas realise were they went wrong. Just maybe they'll think a bit more rationally if Indiana Jones 5 ever comes to fruition...
http://www.flickeringmyth.com/2013/1...or-nuking.html

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Not the first time he's admitted it was his idea. Props to him for confessing to it again though.

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Not even gonna lie, I personally had no problems with that scene, lol.

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It was funny and it was good but it was also completely unbelievable. And yes, I say that about a movie where aliens are featured and the franchise has previously done mythical objects.

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The opening was my favorite part of the movie.

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Old 10-23-2013, 04:18 PM   #91
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Still no news on another one

Watch out Spielberg and Lucas, if you don't make a move then Disney will, they have a possible very successful franchise in their hands, if they just move they can easily take some hundreds of millions from the box office with that.

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Not even gonna lie, I personally had no problems with that scene, lol.
Me either, i find it hilarious! To me that scene is in the same vein as the jumping off the plane on a raft in TOD lol.

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I just love how it's his last resort, and he survives! lol.

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I think Disney would be best rebooting Indina Jones into a modern setting rather than make a IJ5

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I honestly don't want a modern setting. These films are better with their settings. Indy 5 or reboot, I don't care. It should be set in the 60's.

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I just love how it's his last resort, and he survives! lol.
And only Indy can survive stunts like that in my book

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IIndy shouldn't be in a modern setting, if anything we can count on film adaptations of games like Uncharted and Tomb Raider for that, Indy is pulp inspired by old serials, the setting works in his favor

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60s for the reboot? Why? That James Bond and spies era, not Indiana Jones, if it's the 5th it makes sence since he's old but i don't want a reboot to start in that time

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I'd like another set in the 30's-40's era.

In thinking about that, it does come to mind that discovering Atlantis is a little harder to hide than finding the Ark or the Holy Grail or the mystical stones. Even the aliens are only briefly shown before disappearing to wherever they went.

An entire city-island doesn't pack up in a box in some warehouse so easily.

I'm sure there could be a plausible explanation for not speaking of the truth though. Keeping the city hidden for it's or our safety, or it truly is sunken and/or destroyed by the end of the movie with no remnants left to find.

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I'm not a big fan of the Atlantis idea, what i liked about Indiana Jones macGuffins is that most of them, besides the holy grail, were not very widespread legends, it shows that the filmmakers had to do some research in order to find those myths, with Atlantis, it's a word that every single person knows, even the Holy Grail isn't that known to people.

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60s for the reboot? Why? That James Bond and spies era, not Indiana Jones, if it's the 5th it makes sence since he's old but i don't want a reboot to start in that time
Before the 60's then. I don't want a modern setting.

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