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Old 10-10-2017, 05:08 PM   #351
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Don't forget Ford actually popped Gosling filming that punching sequence !!
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Old 10-10-2017, 08:33 PM   #352
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Old 10-11-2017, 12:43 PM   #353
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Don't forget Ford actually popped Gosling filming that punching sequence !!


Those punches looked like they would hurt like hell too. They seemed so heavy! Pretty badass.
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Old 10-11-2017, 04:19 PM   #354
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https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/john-rhy...181807840.html

John Rhys-Davies still wants in. (Even if he has a significant role I wouldn't expect him to find out until next year.)
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Old 10-11-2017, 04:51 PM   #355
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I'd love to see Sallah return!
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Old 10-11-2017, 06:34 PM   #356
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Ford was terrible in BR2049

Little screen time. Looked way older than 75. Appeared disinterested & when he ran briefly you could clearly see he is carrying a long term leg injury from his plane crash or the door crush on TFA set as he appeared to be running with his leg at a slight angle. It looked very poor & unrealistic I was shocked but it appears Harrison is really starting to age rapidly now the lighting did him no favours he looked very old & tired despite only having about 15 min's on screen it did him no favours as the movie was also long boring & poor overall. An unworthy Blade Runner sequel.

If this is how Indy 5 is going to be (catering to his obvious lack of physical strength & advancing age) I would rather they cancel it now before he ruins the character like he did with Rick Deckard
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Old 10-11-2017, 07:32 PM   #357
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Looked way older than 75.
Wrong on both counts, matey.

He was terrific, and he simply looks his age.

Accept it, embrace reality. It's good for you.
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Old 10-12-2017, 02:18 PM   #358
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I thought BR2049 was great !! The whole production actually cared about making this movie you can see it, it was true to the original and told a new original story. Denis Villeneuve ... bravo !! I'm with Z dweller on this, Ford looked believable and convincing but looked his age, I don't think anybody was to trying to convince the audience otherwise. I'd like anybody here, (who's lucky enough to make it to 75 !!) with his injuries and " flights of fancy " do the stuff Ford's doing at 75 without CGI.
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Old 10-12-2017, 04:13 PM   #359
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It wasn't hard for me to imagine Ford playing Indy again while watching Blade Runner 2049. Sure, I do have some concerns about his age, but with the right treatment and story he's convinced me he can still pull it off.
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Old 10-13-2017, 11:17 AM   #360
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It wasn't hard for me to imagine Ford playing Indy again while watching Blade Runner 2049.

That's because he wasn't playing Deckard, he was playing Ford. Check out his commitment to his costuming!

BEFORE!



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Old 10-13-2017, 11:37 AM   #361
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Ford was terrible in BR2049

Little screen time. Looked way older than 75. Appeared disinterested & when he ran briefly you could clearly see he is carrying a long term leg injury from his plane crash or the door crush on TFA set as he appeared to be running with his leg at a slight angle. It looked very poor & unrealistic I was shocked but it appears Harrison is really starting to age rapidly now the lighting did him no favours he looked very old & tired despite only having about 15 min's on screen it did him no favours as the movie was also long boring & poor overall. An unworthy Blade Runner sequel.

If this is how Indy 5 is going to be (catering to his obvious lack of physical strength & advancing age) I would rather they cancel it now before he ruins the character like he did with Rick Deckard

Ford looked great and in shape as always. Not hard to imagine him beating Goslings ass like he did in the film. Looks like he can still run around and fight with no problems at all. Way more than I can say for most 75 year olds.
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Old 10-13-2017, 12:45 PM   #362
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Way more than I can say for most 75 year olds.

The fact that we're using qualifiers only strengthens the argument.
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Old 10-13-2017, 02:40 PM   #363
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The fact that we're using qualifiers only strengthens the argument.


You’re literally more annoying than Mutt Williams.
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Old 10-13-2017, 05:27 PM   #364
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Ford looked great and in shape as always. Not hard to imagine him beating Goslings ass like he did in the film. Looks like he can still run around and fight with no problems at all. Way more than I can say for most 75 year olds.
You must have seen another print on mine Ford looked very old & tired even the few minutes screen time he had seemed too much for him sadly. The very end of the movie also ruined the character of Deckard so I am now very concerned he will allow the same thing to happen to his Indy portrayal if he agrees to the screenplay as clearly he just showed up for BR2049 for a quick pay check as he cannot have spent more than 1 week on his limited cameo role
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Old 10-21-2017, 07:18 PM   #365
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Ford was terrible in BR2049

Little screen time. Looked way older than 75. Appeared disinterested & when he ran briefly you could clearly see he is carrying a long term leg injury from his plane crash or the door crush on TFA set as he appeared to be running with his leg at a slight angle.

I disagree about the way Ford carried himself in that movie. I thought he was a perfect portrayal of an aged Deckard.

That being said, with the limping, I thought I saw that in Force Awakens too! (I have no idea if the door incident was before or after they shot the scenes I'm thinking of, but the limp seemed apparent there...)
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Old 10-23-2017, 02:22 PM   #366
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That being said, with the limping, I thought I saw that in Force Awakens too!


You did. It's evident here:

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Old 10-23-2017, 05:05 PM   #367
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You did. It's evident here:


At least he doesn’t have that in real life. Interviews have him walking on stage fast paced like a young man. No limp. They must have incorporated it for these particular characters. It works!
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Old 10-23-2017, 06:25 PM   #368
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I thought Harrison was great In Blade Runner 2049 what a great movie that was with a beautiful score by Hans Zimmer! Harrison was great In TFA as well. Anyone who doubts Harrison just look at that still of him decking Ryan Gosling the man still has It! Also join me up to the crowd that says Harrison at 75 could kick my 36 year old but from here to the curb.
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Old 10-24-2017, 07:23 AM   #369
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Amazing how we perceive things differently in the films. Personally I thought his performances in both TFA and BR2049 were a big improvement over his bored deadpan delivery in his more recent films. He injected more vigour into his voice and performance for TFA, handled the action well enough and overall convinced me he was Han again rather than the usual grumpy bloke he comes across as in other films. For BR2049 I enjoyed his performance again, especially the emotional aspect of it too. I'm confident that he can become Indy again after seeing these turns as Han and Deckard. Hes old now at 75 and clearly some people struggle to see past this aspect of him in how his looks and demeanour have naturally aged.
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Old 10-24-2017, 04:39 PM   #370
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Amazing how we perceive things differently in the films. Personally I thought his performances in both TFA and BR2049 were a big improvement over his bored deadpan delivery in his more recent films. He injected more vigour into his voice and performance for TFA, handled the action well enough and overall convinced me he was Han again rather than the usual grumpy bloke he comes across as in other films. For BR2049 I enjoyed his performance again, especially the emotional aspect of it too. I'm confident that he can become Indy again after seeing these turns as Han and Deckard. Hes old now at 75 and clearly some people struggle to see past this aspect of him in how his looks and demeanour have naturally aged.

Ford definitely seemed more engaged during those roles and I'm confident he can bring that energy to Indy one more time.
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Old 10-27-2017, 07:09 AM   #371
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Amazing how we perceive things differently in the films. Personally I thought his performances in both TFA and BR2049 were a big improvement over his bored deadpan delivery in his more recent films. He injected more vigour into his voice and performance for TFA, handled the action well enough and overall convinced me he was Han again rather than the usual grumpy bloke he comes across as in other films. For BR2049 I enjoyed his performance again, especially the emotional aspect of it too. I'm confident that he can become Indy again after seeing these turns as Han and Deckard. Hes old now at 75 and clearly some people struggle to see past this aspect of him in how his looks and demeanour have naturally aged.

Pretty much this. I don't even take his age into account. Harrison went through a near 20 year spell where he just phoned in his performances, even KOTCS was phoned in to some extent. I feel like in TFA and Blade Runner he got his mojo back and he just seems like he's enjoying working again. I think he'll do just fine in another Indy film. The fact that he's 75 doesn't bother me one bit. That's what stuntmen, lighting, and makeup are for.
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