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Old 03-14-2008, 10:44 PM
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Great trilogy, Raiders and Crusade are so different than Temple. Temple is almost like a day in the life of Indiana, even the feel of it is more swashbuckling 20's, 30's serial than the other two. Makes you wonder how they'll handle the fourth. But this is Trek so I won't go any further with Jones!
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III completely invalidated the emotional response I had to Spock's death...I admit to mixed feelings...I love, love,love Spock..his death was huge for me. I cried a lot and for a long time.... apparently for no reason...that ticked me off.. it was very much like the end of ET...I was busy wiping away tears when suddenly everyone was okay....

Sorry...I hate that. Do not play with my emotions that way. Continuing to do so results in my never ever watching your movies agains (does Spielberg care? probably not)
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Old 03-14-2008, 10:50 PM
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Great trilogy, Raiders and Crusade are so different than Temple. Temple is almost like a day in the life of Indiana, even the feel of it is more swashbuckling 20's, 30's serial than the other two. Makes you wonder how they'll handle the fourth. But this is Trek so I won't go any further with Jones!
We haven't seen a good Trek movie in so long...
I feel dry and parched.

Even if this one just...anhialates canon...I'm crossing my fingers for an aweseme plot....
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Old 03-16-2008, 05:53 PM
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Even if this one just...anhialates canon...
I'd rather watch NEM 100 times over.




EDIT: But I am hoping for an awesome plot, too.
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