Saturday, December 30, 2006

YESSSSSSSSSSSS.

It's officially been confirmed. Indy 4 has begun. Let the fist pumping ensue. No one can make a grown man laugh, jump around in their theater chair, spill popcorn on their neighbor that they've never met while simultaneously high-fiving them... like the dynamic film duo George Lucas and Stephen Speilberg.

Favorite Scene from Indie Films. Go.

9 comments:

Pendrax said...

Dang! How old is this guy? He looks ancient!

Pendrax said...

Date of Birth: 13 July 1942
According to http://www.who2.com/harrisonford.html

That will make him 64 this year...not all that old after all it seems!

Brody Harper said...

"Brody's got friends in every town and village from here to the Sudan, he speaks a dozen languages, knows every local custom, he'll blend in, disappear, you'll never see him again. With any luck, he's got the grail already."

The Cachinnator said...

Connery chasing the gulls off the beach.

Susanne said...

My favorite scene was when the Arab dude was showing off his sword fighting skills, and Indy pulls out his gun and shoots him.

Rebecca said...

Now your acting like your sister not updating and all.
My favorite part is when he takes a step of faith and the bridge catches him. AWESOME!!! Oh and I have to agree with pendrax...he looks ancient.

operamom said...

all the parts where indy grabs his hat, just in the nick of time

operamom said...

i was wondering when they were ever going to make 4! they are going to have to put a heck of a lot of make-up on harrison.

Seth Ward said...

My fav scene/scenes is still the first sequence from Raiders. From the jungle to him escaping the jungle into the plane... just doesn't get any better.

Brody and Cach, those two scenes are just awesome. The cut to brody. "Does anyone here speak english...?"

The Seagulls thing was a stroke of genius. Not just the gulls but the Charlemagne quote as well.

Rebecca and Opera, I love those parts as well. Its just all those little things we wouldn't think of that makes that movie seem so spontaneous even after we've seen it for the gazillionth time.