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Old 10-21-2008, 07:05 PM   #21
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1) Survives Nuclear Blast.
2) Survives spectacular crash in a lead lined fridge "Rocket"
3) Survives 3 unbelievable waterfall crashes. They fact that they remain in an open-top boat the entire time is unbelievable.
4) A sword fight on two parallel running trucks on PARALELL RUNNING ROADS in a rainforest. Uh.... Bad guys... go ahead and tap the brakes.
5) Monkey's guide thier new found Monkey king (Shai) back to the truck caravan on a vine system that rivals BART, the Tube, or the Chicago El.

My only beef with the aliens is if you're going to collect the antiquities of man... a good place to store them is IDK.... inside your departing craft.

And on a side note.... all of the antiquities ARE STILL THERE. What archeologist is unable find stuff buried in the ground? OH NOES... I guess it all is washed away. No sense in looking for any of it.

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Old 10-21-2008, 07:07 PM   #22
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I believe the skulls were recently proven to completely be a hoax. All of the skulls were a fake.Crystal Skulls Deemed Fakes : Discovery News : Discovery Channel
I think that is referring to the ones that are in the museums, most likely replicated for the sole purpose of gain. It seems that there are other skulls, privately held which may be older. Undoubtedly man made as an artifact for worship. What I was getting at is that there is usually a little bit of truth even in these fantastic stories.
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Old 10-21-2008, 07:11 PM   #23
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2) Survives spectacular crash in a lead lined fridge "Rocket"
Oh my gosh. You know I was watching that and was like "WTF is a lead lined fridge" I mean it's like the gheyest concept (they exist but for storage of pharms, etc). You put a friggin piece of info on the prop so that when joe blow says "No WAAAAAAY he survived that" that his slightly more intelligent cousin says "Yeah, but dude that was a LEAD LINED fridge". Never mind the heat or the force. The lead lining saved him.
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Old 10-21-2008, 07:15 PM   #24
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Yea.. The heaviest object imaginable flys the farthest and lead doesn't protect you from neurons.

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I have a theory that the first movie had the least amount of improbable and impossible elements and this movie had the most only rivaling TOD, any spiritual or supernatural events non-withstanding.

I can accept the Arc's power or the Holy Grail mythos or even aliens because their appearance is well defined in the human experience. I know of no Mystic fridge or Peruvian Parallel Jungle Road tales.... Do you?

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Hey, come on now. All of the Indy movies had some amount of "yeah right". It was never about realism. So what if it seems like this script was written by a imaginative 14 YO?

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Yeah and when those guys popped out of the friggin clay or whatever. Yeah they were waiting since forever embedded in clay for these guys .

I didn't mind the concept of the aliens and them being worshiped,etc. What I loathed was all the nonsensical (to the plot) things they did in this film. From the CGI groundhog to the guys embedded in clay ( I am sure there is more I am forgetting ).

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Hey, come on now. All of the Indy movies had some amount of "yeah right". It was never about realism. So what if it seems like this script was written by a imaginative 14 YO?

No I agree... I think the ratio is about 1 or 2 in a good Indy film and about 15 in this one.
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When I saw the groundhog I half expected to hear "I'm all right / Nobody worry 'bout me / Why you got to gimme a fight / Why don't you just let me be" start playing in the background...

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I think that is referring to the ones that are in the museums, most likely replicated for the sole purpose of gain. It seems that there are other skulls, privately held which may be older. Undoubtedly man made as an artifact for worship. What I was getting at is that there is usually a little bit of truth even in these fantastic stories.
Hmm from what I had heard it made me think that this was all fabricated. I hadn't heard of any evidence of these skulls existing before the mid 1800's (I don't know what I am talking about only looked into this online). From what I can tell there is nothing that shows that any of this is authentic. Its "new mythology" created within the last hundred & 20 years and seems like it really only became popular with the Mitchell-Hedges skull.
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