Joedward wrote:If Connery returns it better be in a bloody flashback. If the story arcs into a the after life I'll have a fit.
Andi wrote:Why did Indy's dad die anyway? Didn't he drink from the goblet found in Last Crusade, which means that you live forever?
Captain Typo wrote:Same here. But here's some food for thought; it could be a prequel to KoTCS, with Mutt nowhere to be found...
I'm sure that would please more than a couple people. Then all that's left to do is tone down the CGI and oust GL...
liquidcross wrote:Just recast Indy. It worked out just fine for James Bond.
~Sith~ wrote:Man, this had better be something about how Indy gets teleported into another dimension and meets Han Solo, and then they fall into another dimension which leads them to Air Force 1. Then the Russians, the Sith, and, the terrorists from the movies, should team up against the Harrison Ford Trio. What better combo than the President, a smuggler with a laser pistol, and a 65 year old man who thinks he's a cowboy? Anyways, I'm gonna watch this movie whether it's good or bad.
fredjh wrote:Wouldn't bother me...
George Lucas is terrible. His greatest successes were, at least, collaborations if not completely written or directed by someone else. When he started thinking he could do it all himself is when it started going downhill.
It could be a prequel or, at least, an out-of-chronological ordering, but frankly I hope not.
Shia Lebouf is not that bad. He's no Harrison Ford, but I don't really get the hate. He was just fine in Indy 4, if there was a problem it was with the story itself. In fact, I see it all the time where actors seem to do a pretty good (even phenomenal job sometimes) in a terrible movie and get labeled as bad actors.
A good movie starts with a good foundation - the writing. Without a good story, the whole movie fails no matter how good anyone else does.
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