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Found 12 results

  1. LEGO® Indiana Jones™ Whips Up a New Adventure If you didn't get enough LEGO Indy the first time, you now have something to look forward to.
  2. Over a year and nothing new said about the new Indy adventure besides: "it's very much in the works..." blah blah blah... Where's the real news and what is going on!?!?! Seriously?
  3. So, as birthdays come for me, I usually get some cool stuff. This year was the year of Indy, so I got some stuff for that. I got some books and whatnot, but the best thing I got was "The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones." It's basically a "journal" written by Indy through all of his adventures of his childhood all the way through to KOTCS (where the journal was taken by the Russians before the movie began). It really is a great journal. It even includes the Fate of Atlantis in his adventures (I'll get to emperor's tomb later), but not Infernal Machine (idk why not). So anyway, as you read through the journal, it obviously goes chronologically through the adventures. You eventually stumble across 2 "torn-out" pages in the journal. All throughout the journal, the Russian secret service has put "notes" on things of importance. On these torn out pages, the note reads: "The missing pages skip from May 1933 until September 1935. However, we have located Dr. Jone's passport from this era so we can trace his whereabouts in 1935. His whereabouts in 1934, unfortunately, are still unknown." Alright, so, on this "passport" shown in the journal, you see all his locations traveled in not only Temple of Doom, but also, Emperor's Tomb (Ceylon, Hong Kong, etc.). Now, if anyone is still following, I would like to know if anyone has any facts or speculation for what this means. I mean, why would they post all of his adventures and happenings and specifically point out that they didn't know where he was in 1934? I may be missing some facts from Indy lore, and that's why I don't know what it means, so if that's the case, can someone tell me what that means? If not, what do you think it means otherwise? Well, hope this was something interesting for thought or some trivia (whichever) that you enjoy! Thanks!
  4. Hey again, So, the Young Indiana Jones DVD's have been released, and I just wanted to know what you guys think the best "Years" are (basically, which of the 3 sets is most worth buying?). thanks guys!
  5. Well, as you might have guessed by some of my other posts, I love this movie! Here are 10 reasons that you have to see this movie if you haven't already! 1: It's Indiana Jones... - No other film series is as beloved as Indiana Jones (with the obvious exception of Star Wars) 2: Harrison Ford - He proves that he can still crack the whip and kick some serious @ss even at 60+. "It's not the year, it's the mileage." 3: High adventure - No other movie can compare to the action and adventure seen in Indiana Jones, and this one does not disappoint 4: Humor - The series never took itself completely seriously, and it's a credit to it's quality 5: Soundtrack - John Williams, the mastermind behind Star Wars and the other Indy films soundtracks has done an excellent job with the music in the new installment (be ready to hum it all day long). 6: Bad Dudes - With the Nazis long gone, a new sinister force is ready to try and take down Indy...can you say "comrade?" 7: Artifacts - With all of the movies, each artifact held a powerful secret. However, there were also real facts to back up each artifact, and this movie follows suit 8: Sidekicks - Indy always likes to take some people along with him in his adventures, and he takes a few interesting ones this time, and they each add something new and fun to the story 9: Same places, some new faces - A lot of locales that we have seen before are present in this movie and they definitely bring some nostalgic feelings back, but in the end, they help to add depth to the film. 10: Final Fight? - Let's face it, Harrison is getting older (shocked right?), and if not definitely, it's probable that this is the final Indiana Jones installment, so it may be your last time to see Indy theaters... Well, I hope that this could convince at least some of you to go see the movie because it really is great to see the man in the hat back in action, and it is an exciting thrill ride most definitely. Enjoy!
  6. With the fourth installment out, I know I am personally trying to finish some of my unfinished Indiana Jones games (Infernal Machine and Emperor's Tomb). I'm sure many others have either already finished these games or are on their way to finishing them. So, what's your favorite Indiana Jones Video Game moment? Anything like quotes, action sequences, characters, etc... Personally, my favorite was following the stories in both Fate of Atlantis and Infernal Machine with Sophia. I love her personality, and she fits right in w/ the Indy universe.
  7. So, the fourth installment came out today (saw it at midnight and later in the day at around 6...yeah, I liked it that much). What did you guys think? Leave your comments and thoughts here!
  8. There will be no spoilers, you can read this safely, I wont talk about the plot or cool moments in the movie. Yes, it is a good movie. I cant say for sure why there are bad reviews, but I'm fairly certain, that in most cases, especially in IGN's case, it was because people are more likely to click on their review to find out why its bad, then they are to click on a good review for a movie they already assume will be good. It is a Indiana Jones movie, and it is awesome. I guess I could be biased, since i own the original release, of the trilogy, the re release on VHS version of the trilogy, the Laser Disc copies, and the DVD box set. But I can tell you, that the movie did not dissapoint me in any way. It is NOT another Phantom Menace. The movie has moments that give you the feelings of watching the orginals, the music is great, and yes, there are special effects used that are newer than the ones used in the 80's. Big shocker. I have no idea why a reviewer would complain about that, but thats one I've seen. The special effects are very high quality, and nicely done. The movie has a lot of action, and gets in with whats going on right away. The movie assumes you know Indy, and what hes been through, and this is a good thing, since I would imagine most people out there have seen the Indy movies. Its keeps things moving, and stays interesting the whole time. I could keep going on, but without ruining the movie for you, you should just know, that I consider myself a die hard fan, and I thought this movie was great. Thats really all you should hear. I guess if you held a gun to my head, and forced me to say something bad about it. I could come up with, its a bummer that Sallah isnt in it. And its too bad Marcus Brody isnt around anymore. Go see it, now.
  9. Well, today's the day Indiana Jones IV is out. Anyone else going to see it? I've got my tickets and I can't wait.
  10. I myself is a huge fan of Indy. I have watched the whole 3 parts since I was a kid, so when Indy 4 was announced, I was extremely exited. So did when two trailers of Indy 4 came out this year. I was/am really expecting to see Indy 4 at the local cinema But, wait! The closer the opening day come, the more nervous I have. Several weeks ago - about 2 weeks - there are some pages claimed the had seen Indy 4, and write reviews. Mostly, they criticized Indy 4, and revealed that Mutt is Indy's son. I only read little of it, and I think that maybe it just a phony review, and those guys maybe didn't even watched it yet. Recently, on Slashdot, they have this post, but still, I hope they just make it out themself. To tell the truth, I still feeling quite... doubt! I mean, look at Star Wars I: the Phantom Menace. The whole thing was a mess, in comparison with any movie in the Original Trilogy! I hope Indy 4 won't follow the same mistake that Star Wars I did. Good heaven, I want Indy 4 must worth 16 years of waiting! (since I first saw Indy when I was 2-3 years old But hey, we got Steven Spielberg on the set! So does Harrison Ford! Those are the men that I could trust! We still got hopes...... and doubt.....
  11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPTJ4v6KPrg First the Nazis, now the Soviets. When will the thrill end? The movie is apparently taking place 19 years after the Last Crusade in the year 1957. After a nice hiatus from adventuring, Indy is whipped back into action to find the Crystal Skull, which is also wanted by Soviet agents. Hilarity will no doubt ensue
  12. http://www.indianajones.com/site/index.html Disappointed they used the soundtrack from Children of Dune, but my jaw dropped when I saw Indy breaking into the warehouse where the Ark is stored.
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