Location: England (you can get all kinds of transport there ... boat, plane, anything)
I can vouch for cinebird. He's works at a cinema in my part of the world, and I've known him for going on 20 years! He actually telephoned me the night the Lucasfilm press release was the cover story on Variety announcing a new Star Wars trilogy and another Indiana Jones movie in 1993! Anyway, fifteen years later ...
I think people really will have to reserve their expectations of this film. Yes, it is a new Indiana Jones film but I doubt it can ever really live up to our dreams and wishes. Personally, I'm expecting to enjoy the film more the second time that I see it because I'll just be too anxious watching it the first time for the aforementioned reason.
You can't base opinions about the film on its trailers anyway. Remember 'The Phantom Menace'? The teaser and trailer for that movie were awesome and the film was just a big let-down! Hopefully here we have a reverse scenario!!!
Seriously, that was awesome!!! Can't wait for the HQ version, but man--freakin' WOW!!!
I wonder who that is who appears to be reaching for help through the bars? Didn't look like Mutt, but it's impossible to through Youtube videos frame by frame. And looks like some Russians are gonna get burned to a crisp from the rocket sled, too.
Last edited by Michael24 : 04-29-2008 at 09:07 PM.
HOLY F*** SH***...I should be so asleep right now....this was amazing...great...I'll probably find that some of it spoils to much and some of the lines work that great later on but ....my jaw dropped to the floor...all skills of putting words into the right order to form a sentence cease to exist ....Oooooohhh ....lol...gotta watch it again..
for a minute there-....I just thought about if I was dreaming or something...hahahahahhee
Yeah...it's just a trailer...but there still is an impression you get of the film. That's undeniable. Even if that impression is false or kinda fake. My impression right now at four o'clock in the morning it: This film will have a lot of stuff I will like and a lot of things I won't like...scenes that will feel not as funny or suitable as they're supposed to. And I will be filled with such an immense sense of awe and joy that the first viewing will just leave me completely dazzled.That's just a feeling. It's totally irrelevant.
But it's there.
It's so incredibly remarkable to see Harrison Ford pull of this Indy thing. I mean...