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Indy 4 trailer online!

Harrison Ford in Indy 4

The hat still fits!85%[ 33 ]
He's too old, they should have left it at Last Crusade3%[ 1 ]
It's not the years, honey, it's the mileage13%[ 5 ]

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Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 9:25am

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The official Indy 4 trailer has been released in glorious HD Quicktime! Check it out over at Yahoo, then let us know what you think.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 9:40am

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AWESOME!!!!!

Holy Sh*t!! My head asplode!!!
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 11:06am

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Either I'm mistaken, or there was WAYYYYY too many CGI shots in there. I thought they said they'd be doing this with mostly practical FX?
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 11:20am

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F*CKING AWESOME!!!!

Would agree there appears to be a lot of CG, but I don't consider it a negative thing and it seems inevitable really. The series is under pressure from its peers, its fans and no doubt the studio too, to up the stakes in every area of the production. A shoot is still constrained by the laws of physics, reality, budget and sanity, but the story itself has had to advance beyond that, so CG is the obvious solution.

Either way, Indy was never about where it was set, or how plausible it was - It was about who he punched and what he said after razz

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Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 11:22am

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It's worth remembering that the original movies had a TON of back projection and animated effects. It's not like they were entirely in-camera. I don't see any reason for the new film to still use such old, wobbly techniques, when there's a good digital alternative. CG characters would be another thing, mind you.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 12:34pm

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Hehe, great. I'm all back in indy fever. Can't wait to see that in proper quality.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 2:57pm

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I can't wait for this film, looks absolutely AMAZING!! biggrin
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 4:02pm

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i just wet my my pants. that looks amazing, great to see indy back, cg or no cg, who cares!!!!
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 4:22pm

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I see your points about the fx's I think the quality is so good that we can spot bluescreen and cgi work straight away.
Would this detract from the film, no, on the first viewing, however watching over maybe at home on blueray i think the fxs will show up.

Eg: King Kong, saw it at cinema and didn't notice the fx's as I was drawn into the film, but watching it at home I think how did I not see that.

Still a thumbs up, i'll pay to see it smile
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 4:28pm

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That was fantastic it is what you would expect from Spielberg and Lucas, I am not complaining. Brilliant. Bloody Marvelous.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 5:19pm

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I have tears in my eyes. this is going to be great
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 5:27pm

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I don't see why people have a a problem with them using CG, they don't really use CG effects in it that much, and like Tarn said, if there's something that needs to be done that would be best to use CG for what's wrong with using CG for it? To me it isn't really about weather they use CG or not, just as long as they use it when they should and don't when they shouldn't and just as long as it's top notch (which it is) then that's as it should be.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 6:05pm

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Right. Please, someone direct me to an action movie made within the last 10 year that is completely devoid of CG and I'll eat my shoe.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 6:06pm

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Yeah what's wrong with CG? They obviously weren't going to use matte paintings and claymation. The old movies being old makes them what they are (it's part of the atmosphere) but this is 20 years later so it makes sense to modernize it slightly... to be honest it just makes it more believable to me.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 6:18pm

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The trailer was blurred!!!!
Oh wait, that's because my eyes were all watery...damn..must have had a fly go in my eye...or something..

Bring on May 22nd!

Mantra
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 7:17pm

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One word... Awesome.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 7:58pm

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If I was pumped before, I don't know what to call my emotions after watching this. Harrison hasn't lost his touch, Shia's hopes of pulling off his role are looking up, and Speilberg is doing what he does best.
It had a great comicky-but-still-real look to it; a la the cg from King Kong. I hope some of the composites are still rough, becuase a couple felt a little dodgy. It could just be that copy of the video however.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 8:03pm

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I'm sadly underwhelmed. Not because this doesn't look absolutely awesome, but because the cinematography, trailer editing, and even font in the beginning are all almost dead-on with Michael Bay. (the trailer, not necessarily the movie)

And the CG/settings seem to be recycled bits of King Kong. At least, that's my immediate reaction. It's unfortunate both have such likenesses in supernatural content and time period, plus the whole jungle bit. It makes it hard not to look at it and think of Kong.

But those things aside, there's no denying that Harrison Ford still has it. Hell, he might have it more now than ever. And Shia Labeouf and Ray Winstone look perfectly fitting, too. Can't see how anyone could badmouth that casting decision.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 8:28pm

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OMFG. Amazing. Can't wait to go to the midnight show. Definitely going to make an event out of this, watching all 3 films before I hit the cinema. 1080p was glorious.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 8:32pm

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I don't really see why people are comparing this to King Kong, it doesn't seem to me like it has the same kind of visual style. Maybe the fact that I've seen King Kong about a thousand times has something to do with it, I dunno. unsure
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 9:42pm

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Wow. Can't wait to see this. It's going to be epic!
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 10:53pm

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Funny thing is I haven't seen any of the Indiana Jones movies, so I'm really not sure if I'll this.

Although I completly agree with Atom.
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 10:55pm

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Thst was great. I never was a big IJ fan but that is amazing. I might actually go see it in theaters this looks cool. I can see how people are comparing it to Kong. It has that fake, too artistic be real look. That I happen to like a lot. I hate that realistic movie look crap. The effects are looking great and I can't see why someone would complain about them. I really liked King Kong, mostly for the "fake effects" so I'm pretty sure I'll like IJ
Posted: Thu, 14th Feb 2008, 11:37pm

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Oh Yes!!! Indy's back!!! This was probably the first time I gave a trailer a round of applause (well, a clap). Can't wait to see this.

SilverDragon7 wrote:

Funny thing is I haven't seen any of the Indiana Jones movies, so I'm really not sure if I'll this.
You are completely insane. Go buy the DVD box set and cure yourself.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 1:01am

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Oh my dear Lord!

May 22nd is going to be a good day.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:25am

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Just watched it again, this time the full res version and WOW. I don't know how you guys can say anything about the effects and stunts other than it being completely seamless. I am so pumped my head asplode twice today.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 7:25am

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I'm less than impressed by this. I guess Indy spouting one-liners isn't what I expected. Hopefully the movie turns out better than I'm expecting it to now... I adore the other films, especially Last Crusade, and not especially Temple Of Doom, and I'm really worried that this is going to suck just because it isn't one of them, but we'll see...
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:13pm

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Gorion wrote:

Right. Please, someone direct me to an action movie made within the last 10 year that is completely devoid of CG and I'll eat my shoe.
Get the shoe on the stove, Gorion...

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you -Ong Bak:
"Athletic Thai sensation Tony Jaa bursts onto the scene in this film in which there are no fake props or blows - real glass, barbed wire, no stunt doubles and no computer images. What you see is what you get."

NOW I DEMAND YOU EAT YOUR SHOE.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:18pm

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Arktic wrote:

NOW I DEMAND YOU EAT YOUR SHOE.
On camera.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:21pm

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Tarn wrote:

Arktic wrote:

NOW I DEMAND YOU EAT YOUR SHOE.
On camera.
In a public place
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:24pm

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Xcession wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Arktic wrote:

NOW I DEMAND YOU EAT YOUR SHOE.
On camera.
In a public place
We will permit you the choice of a single condiment, though. We're not entirely heartless.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 3:25pm

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Tarn wrote:

Xcession wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Arktic wrote:

NOW I DEMAND YOU EAT YOUR SHOE.
On camera.
In a public place
We will permit you the choice of a single condiment, though. We're not entirely heartless.
All except pepper
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 4:26pm

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Indy didn't need to say anything after he fell back into that truck. I would prefer if he didn't, but other than that I cannot wait. Also, man I can't hear enough of Brian Tyler's Children of Dune score. It is easily one of the best in years.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 5:16pm

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Is it just me or is that warehouse in the truck chase with Jones swinging from beam to truck the same warehouse seen at the end of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" when the ark is put in a "Top Secret" crate and stashed in a massive warehouse?
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 5:26pm

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Yeah this trailer really didn't do anything for me and left me with a "that was it?" feeling... Hopefully the movie is better.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 6:29pm

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Xcession wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Xcession wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Arktic wrote:

NOW I DEMAND YOU EAT YOUR SHOE.
On camera.
In a public place
We will permit you the choice of a single condiment, though. We're not entirely heartless.
All except pepper
Darn, no pepper.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 6:51pm

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whats going on with the legs of the soldier on the left at 00:57??? he must be a dancer.
Posted: Fri, 15th Feb 2008, 11:27pm

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nitrox wrote:

whats going on with the legs of the soldier on the left at 00:57??? he must be a dancer.
There is an interesting write up on this over at 'Ain't it cool' :

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/35630

It's strange world we live in...

Mantra
Posted: Sat, 16th Feb 2008, 5:00am

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The way I see, it shouldn't matter why they took the guns out, what should matter is why someone's life like the AITCN writer is so pathetic that a page-long diatribe on polish-marks I myself didn't notice is so goddamn necessary. It isn't. But I guess you'll always have your harsh critics.

Films are meticulously and specifically made, produced, and marketed in certain ways for certain reasons. Why question something so minute?
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I think there's broader issues of censorship involved that are well worth examining and discussing. Not to mention extreme extravagance, spending presumably a fair bit of cash on quite a complex bit of CG fiddling for no particularly good reason.
Posted: Sat, 16th Feb 2008, 12:14pm

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Tarn wrote:

I think there's broader issues of censorship involved that are well worth examining and discussing. Not to mention extreme extravagance, spending presumably a fair bit of cash on quite a complex bit of CG fiddling for no particularly good reason.
I agree. I'd just be curious to know the reasons for the gun removal when in one shot a load of guards are seen pointing guns at Indy and then a couple of shots later the guns have been digitally removed. Makes no sense to me.

Mantra
Posted: Sat, 16th Feb 2008, 12:40pm

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My guess is either the MPAA advised not to have so many on-screen pointed directly at the two so closely (as it does look a little like overkill in the unaltered frame) as opposed to the other, less direct frames.

And two, maybe they decided for such an iconic hero's on-screen introduction after such a large gap of time to be so focused on the guns.
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I've just been watching that shot of the trailer over and over and I realized that a solder appears out of nowhere! At about 0:59 a solder walks out from behind another solder out of nowhere and before he came out from behind him you could see his shadow in the background but not him!
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I'd be lying if I said this blew me away. It all feels rather rushed and well, one big mess. The aesthetic here looks and feels completely different to the other Indy films in the trilogy, not for the better. I'm really (and I mean REALLY) hoping that the movie pulls it's sucker punch and proves me wrong. Something is telling me it's just the poor cut here and I'm certain the person responsible will not be cutting the feature. I'm a huge Indiana Jones fan so I want this to work.

As for the ET style gun removal, I think it's ridiculous. What on earth is going on? It just makes the film look half arsed and only adds to the baffled response to Spielberg's fan boy guards who are powerless to defend this trailer. That includes me! It's stupid so don't do it.

I think the cast is well chosen and certainly look the part. Did I like this trailer? No. Am I still pumped for the movie? Hell yes!

Indeed, the hat still fits lets hope it's a good one, even if only to hear the brilliant John Williams.

Ashman whistles the Indy theme
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I did not like this trailer. Yes, it did nicely re-introduce Indy and spark some curiosity (Roswell, New Mexico and Mayan warriors), but I was not blown away. It was cut very awkwardly. But was anyone blown away by the teasers for the other three Indy movies? I certainly wasn't, yet they obviously turned out to be great films. We won't know for sure if this film is any good until we see it on May 22.
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Wow that gun shot is messed up. That is really really baffling and unnecessary. Not to mention it looks really bad.

It's just like how pointless the removal of the guns in ET was. If anything, that lessened the tension and made it seem like there wasn't any danger and that getting ET to safety would be a piece of cake. Kids can handle guns, especially if only wielded inappropriately like that by the "bad guys". Turning everything into a Saturday morning cartoon doesn't give anyone an accurate impression of evil anyway. Kids aren't given enough credit.
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I don't get it anyway. When me and my brothers grew up we were allowed to watch violent movies etc. We all turned out pretty OK.
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Rating: +3

Klut wrote:

I don't get it anyway. When me and my brothers grew up we were allowed to watch violent movies etc. We all turned out pretty OK.
http://fxhome.com/cinema/view/2237/monkey-madness

Hmm.
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jawajohnny wrote:

But was anyone blown away by the teasers for the other three Indy movies? I certainly wasn't, yet they obviously turned out to be great films.
You also weren't born, so I can't qualify your opinion.

I'm sure all this mucking with the trailer is JUST for the trailer. Every trailer these days is mucked with and the dialogue cut to hell so it sounds like you're hearing four sentences in one, and things are removed or added, etc. This is nothing more than a teaser for the movie, and I'm 100% certain that the movie will be better than the 2 minute teaser trailer. If anyone thinks otherwise, you're just being silly.

I'm assuming it'll be ILM behind the visual effects, and there is not a chance in hell that ILM would let something as obvious as what we see in that trailer into the final film. They're what we call professionals.
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Aculag wrote:

jawajohnny wrote:

But was anyone blown away by the teasers for the other three Indy movies? I certainly wasn't, yet they obviously turned out to be great films.
You also weren't born, so I can't qualify your opinion.
True, I wasn't born, but I did see the trailers before I saw any of the films, so I can say that they were not overly impressive.
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jawajohnny wrote:

Aculag wrote:

jawajohnny wrote:

But was anyone blown away by the teasers for the other three Indy movies? I certainly wasn't, yet they obviously turned out to be great films.
You also weren't born, so I can't qualify your opinion.
True, I wasn't born, but I did see the trailers before I saw any of the films, so I can say that they were not overly impressive.
I'd say trailer standards were a lot lower back in the day.