Discussion in 'Movie Lounge' started by Drew, Jun 25, 2007.
I'm excited. Hope they don't f*ck this up.
Colton, INDIANA, not In Diana..... :wink:
So Harisson Ford's a grip? Who's playing Indy?
So if you pick something up once......
He's come a long way from being a bell boy.
His son had a restaurant here in Tulsa. He shut it down after he had difficulty getting the proper ingredients here as we don't exactly have a Whole Foods here.
I'll be real curious how they wrap this series up. I don't think they will transition it to another spin off so I expect it to go out with a bang.
They need to kill Indy to make sure its the last installment. Otherwise they will paste his head on like John Wayne in a coors commercial in 2012.
I just wonder if that's the same hat!
And will he staple it on ? ? ? :lol:
ET had clips of the first scenes filmed...plus a pic of Harrison in his trademark outfit...for an old guy he still looks like he's holding up pretty well and he looks about the same as he did in the older flix.
I bet it sucks. I don't feel optimistic about it at all.
He's not looking as old as I expected, based on his last few movies appearances. I'm staying hopeful with Spielberg at the helm.
As much as my cynical side says this movie will be horrible...I gotta say, he still looks like he belongs in that hat. Maybe we will get some movie magic after all.
.... as long as it's not just some CGI love fest.
I for one am just happy to see a new Indiana film, just keep it fun and light and I'm happy, and for the love of GOD don't kill hm off :0 luckily I know George Lucas would never do that.
I am pretty sure the Fedora is in a museum somewhere IIRC...
I read an interview with one of his co-actors talking about how it is lots of live action stunts, both with him and Harrison Ford. I think that the better directors out there are starting to realize that too much CGI takes people out of the movie. CGI is just one tool to be used.... not a stand alone solution that should be used for all "movie magic".
Well it DOES belong in a museum. 8)
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