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Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film Nominated
May 18, 2008
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I know the sci-fi stuff was way out there but I love the Indy movies. Old fashioned popcorn movies and I like how they played up his age instead of pretending he was still 35.
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A new meme for overstaying your welcoem was created solely because of this film. Enough said.
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Don't know what all the fuss was about, it was a decent movie. Certainly wasn't the best of the series or one of the greatest movies ever made, but it was watchable and entertaining enough, the story I thought was actually pretty decent. What I didn't like was that the action set pieces didn't feel as rewarding as before, or even compared to other movies. And lastly that car chase sequence through the jungle lasted way too long for me. Kind of let down with the action/adventure stuff, but the character parts/acting was good.
Pretty shitty movie in the franchise. Compared to the original series, it's one of the worst sequels of modern cinema.
I decided to give Indiana Jones 4 another look, since I haven't seen it since it came out. I stopped it 30 minutes in when Indy survives a massive explosion by hiding in a fridge in some random fake city. This is one of the stupidest scenes in cinema I have ever seen, I couldn't bare to watch anymore of Spielberg killing his beloved series.
Poor Steven Spielberg. Seems like George Lucas kind of forced him into doing this.