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they can't be serious? another one? wasn't 3 enough? the 4th I heard was BAD and now they want to make a 5th? Someone is really scarping at the bottom of the barrel for good movies these days I'm afraid!
The fourth wasnt THAT bad once you got past the poor acting of Shia Labouf and the rest of the cast. Harrison Ford showed his age and the story was beyond far fetched. So yep pretty bad.
I think it's time we all gave up hubbing and started working on those movie scripts.
I agree with you Jo, let's go write the scripts for movies lmao
LOL.I love this series but yup I have to agree, the fourth one was not really at par with the first 3. And at his 70s??? I just don't know. Maybe it's time another one takes Ford's place and make Ford the father, like Sean Connery during the 2nd Indiana Jones, or was it the 3rd?
I got the feeling thats what they were going to do by the way they ended the fourth. I always figured that when/if they had a fifth Indiana would be the father and Shia would take his role as the archeologist. If this is the case im almost positive it will suck.
You guys are kidding right? These films are loads of fun (except for #2, that was a real dog)
I was just reading the other day that they might make Shia Labeouf the new Indy, and I couldn't agree more when someone else commented that he doesn't have the gravitas for that sort of role.
I don't like Shia Labeouf much. He was too much in Transformers.
He was fun in #4 but they should just leave off if Harrison Ford can't be Indy.
Yeah, I was just thinking about who could replace Harrison Ford. And I don't think you could. It wouldn't be the same.
Any suggestions as to which actor could try and fail miserably?
Sorry to go off subject but the combination of your avatar and your name is one of my all time favourites. Never ceases to bring a smile whenever I see you.
Shucks awsydney! I see you like Crazdwriter too.
Hey, this is my 666th post! Yeah!
It said that Harrison will only do the movie if the script is good. So it all rides on the script writer.
I'd think they might like to retire that particular movie-line, but maybe 70 is the new 60 - and who doesn't love a 60-year-old hero?
Harrison Ford at any age - he's the movies' quintessential hero.
In another 20 years he can drag himself onto the set with a walker and use the walker for fending off bad guys.
Yeah, and there'll probably be endless gags about tripping people with his cane, riding over their feet with his wheelchair, and knocking them out with his gas!
So, I take it this means you don't like Harrison Ford?
No. I like him. I'm even glad to see he's still in the movie in spite of not being 30. I'm just making a joke about the fact that he's pushing 70 and still being Indiana Jones.
As a "young-side" Baby Boomer I think it's funny how people over 50 these days aren't allowing themselves to be relegated to the roles of parents and grandparents (the way middle-aged and older people have often been). I have to laugh at the way my own generation (again, not quite as old as Harrison Ford) has attempted to redefine "old", now that they're all getting closer and closer to what was always thought of as "old". It's nice, and I'm glad that's how things are; but it's also kind of funny. (Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, and Steve Martin are in a romantic comedy coming out around December. )
I did believe that at the end of number 4 that they were setting up *choke* Shia Labouf (I think thats how it spelled) as the next Indiana Jones. I am seriously hoping that he is NOT going to get the whip and fedora. Harrison Ford IS Indiana Jones. Everyone can hum the theme and his image pops into your head. I mean really how are they going to replace him?
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