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Trailer: Indiana Jones 4!

posted by Nell Minow

indiana%20jones.jpgOh, boy — check out the teaser trailer for “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” I was a little worried, especially when the trailer wasted time reprising the first three movies, like we don’t already know them by heart, but then we get some glimpses of the new one and it looks like it’s shaping up to be up to the level of the best of the first three. Only three months to go!

  • iorek

    As the budget on these sequels goes up, the vigor and creativity seems to decline proportionately. It happened with the James Bond movies, and virtually every other series where an initial success is converted into a money making formula. Do you critics have some kind of mathematical equation that predicts the point at which the declining creativity curve intersects with the rising budget curve?

  • bailegirl

    WOW! I can’t wait to see this latest installment of the Indiana Jones saga. It looks like it’s going to be just as great as all the others, and Harrison Ford still looks hot even after all this time!

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