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Really cool that they could get 30 year old Harrison Ford to costar with 80 year old Harrison Ford. Props to those two guys for setting aside egos to be in the same film.
You mean Han Solo
@Bubba Bong HELL YEAH BROTHER IM WORRIED GEORGE LUCAS IS GONNA CHANGE HIS NAME TO I'M-DIANA JONES. INSTEAD OF JOHN WILLIAMS THE SOUNDTRACK WILL JUST BE TWISTED SISTER (THEY LOOK LIKE GIRLS). WHY DID THEY MAKE NAZIS THE BAD GUYS IN THE LAST MOVIE IT WAS COMMIES AND ALIENS. INDIANA JONES MORE LIKE LET'S GO BRANDONDIANA JONES! I WILL NOT SEE THIS MOVIE UNLESS INDIANA JONES TURNS TO THE CAMERA AND SAYS CHINA VIRUS!!!!! DO YOU KNOW WHERE I CAN BUY VIAGRA ONLINE
They filmed those parts back in the day
I heard they were both really fighting for more screen time.
@no hassle well the goung go ltinally use taths to kind of speongbizrd new zcvdevntyrsvwith younger indy
The part where he shouted "belloq" gave me chills
The part when Indy raised up his whip and yelled “You shall not pass”. Gave me chills
@Hamzah Saddique 3 was the best.
@Hamzah Saddique The Last good one was the first.
that was quite the fight scene when he fought the Balrog.
The Lord Of The Rings Reference!
The part where Indiana said "Avengers, assemble" before him and his army charged at space Nazis literally had me crying tears of joy
Weird I thought he said Archaeologists Assemble lol
Then when Captain Picard used the Holy Grail to knock out that Klingon who was gonna steal the Triforce?!?!?! Chefs kiss!!!
The part where Indiana Jones sayed "I was the dial of destiny all along, bazinga" and pulled the trigger was truly one of the moments. Amazing movie
@ye olde heisen Then dont look at the comments
@ye olde heisen bro's mad he aint funny 💀
Can everyone please shut the fuck up with this overused format? You and all the other dipshits saying the same exact shit over and over is really tiring
Effinetly one of the most moments
@Ford Hoard I like funi joke
The part where indy said “I belong in a museum”-👴🏻 brought literal tears to my eyes
@AnonymousMan 557 "that what scares me." - indiana jones in that one scene.
So do you
@Whale Ghost he did say that he'll keep starring in movies, now that could mean he's not gonna be doing stunts and whatnot but honestly I feel like he's kinda addicted to it, I feel he's a stunt guy by heart who got extraordinarily lucky enough to become a multi million world famous actor instead
@Alyx G HES 80 playing an action movie hero come on. In another movie he would be the shaky hands bingo player at a retirement home. Nothing to do with respect he’s a legend i just feel tired when i watch him in this.
It's always refreshing when the titled character gets about 50% or less of the screen time in the trailer.Edit: I perked up when I saw John Rhys Davies, then I saw Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the nostalgia was ruined.Edit 2: We didn't even hear the theme song :(
Cry a river. You act like your life is ruined by a shitty movie because of some stupid nostalgia hype. Get over it.
Hey, what if she took his hat & they made a D+ show starring her as Indiana Jonesess? Would you enjoy that?I sure hope so.At least they reshot the parts where she erased him from history.
I hope this movie has mobsters in it! If so, I’ll be very happy!
The part where Indy holds up the dial of destiny and shouts "its dialing time!" really got to me, chills!
And then he dials all over the place
I hope they can continue the franchise and find someone new too fill his boots , it will be difficult but I’m sure they can do it
No. Leave the franchise in peace.
@The Minister that's why it won't work my g
How's about a bitch woke woman? Will that work for ya? Enjoy the "D+" series! If we're lucky it will be just as great as She-Hulk.
Harrison Ford said If he's gone then indiana Jones is gone. That would mess up the indiana Jones masterpiece franchise. We need this one to give indy a ride into the sunset without killing indy or replacing him bro
Massive respect to Harrison Fords commitment of aging 80 years just for this role!
@Mark Stemple yeh I’m pretty sure. I’d have to find it but it’s on CHclip. It’s like form a late night show like letterman or Conan O’Brien or something.
@Pete Schweddy no shit?
@Matthew W that's Harrisons actual horse. Saw a interview where Ford talked about it. Plus Indy loves all animals.... Except snakes.... "Why did it have to be snakes?!?"😂
@Michael A He already was president though
He's actually 40. All the ageing was done via cgi
The part when Indy told grand moff tarkin, “GET OFF MY PLANE “ sent chills down my spine
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@RSG33 was it Indiana Jones from Paramount ?
Indiana Jones and the Air Force One
My favorite part has to be how they're bringing back Shia Laboef and Optimus Prime as the main villains.
That part where he said, "I'm getting too old for this sh*t" sent cold chills through my little toe.
It really hit me in the feels when Ford destroyed the only copy of Steamboat Willy, ensuring that no corporation would exist that could ever extend standard copyright. The scenes from the 1970s Flash Gordon and Alan Quatermain films he would go to star in looked amazing!
God, I wish…
@normix Bot? Who's the bot?
Quiet, bot, you're talking crap....
when did he destroy a copy of steamboat willy?
Indiana Jones is now finding artifacts younger than him.
@Fortunatus Nine who am anything !
@MrCooperdog222 his friends call him Harry...🍺
@JimiJop Woodstock his name is Harrison
Raiders spawned an entire new generation of archaeology students. Glad to see Harrison Ford continuing the role and hopefully still interesting more people in the field. ❤️
I just got super into whips.
The part where he said "Perhaps... Perhaps not!" had me bawling. Such a heartfelt line which really depicts the movie overall.
The part where Indy says "look at me. I am the captain now" made my life a box of chocolates.
The moment Indiana said "Here's Johnny" had me grasping my pearls.
arr arr arrr arrrrr
"I don't believe in magic", says the character who literally saw the Holy Grail disintegrate one of his enemies and heal his mortally wounded father in front of his very eyes. I think it safe to say, that in this universe magic is a real thing.
@Penske_Material I think yall are mistaking Disney for yall
And melting the faces of Nazis
🤣 exactly normally when an a jaded older timer says "I've seen things i can't explain" they mean sorta vague spooky encounters not "there was this Knight who was 873 years old guarding the literal cup of Jesus.. But I don't believe in magic Fleabag".
@Penske_Material oh stfu, y’all literally making things more woke the. Woke people at this point
@sonofJurell This trailer doesn’t give me hope for the movie.
Can’t believe this is gonna be the last one. Easily my favorite movie franchise. So many laughs and gasps. Thank you Mr. Ford.
The part where Indy said "Maybe the real treasure was the Pepsi Max maximum taste no sugar" made my family tree do a simultaneous backflip. A real master piece of a movie. I hope they do more.
The part where Indy saves Mr Drummond , Arnold and Willis by disguising them as Amish farmers brought literal tears to my eyes
The part when Indy said, “transform and roll out”. Gave me goosebump
Old-man in disguise
I think it'd be great if for Indy's final adventure, the movie breaks tradition and actually allows him to put the artefact in a museum. He's earned it.EDIT: as in the film’s primary artefact; I’m aware of his success with the Cross Of Coronado
@Rick Paladin Pratt dude you must be a troll
@Mister E How are the Old Indy segments not canon anymore?
@Zuko Halliwell The Old Indy segments on "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" have stopped being canon a very long time ago. The re-edits of Young Indiana Jones are now the canonized versions now.
@Cal the script is leaked dude. Cope
@Rick Paladin Pratt How do you know that the leak is real? Don't believe everything you read.
The part where Indy says "no, I am your father" gave me chills.
Stick around the DVD extras and deleted scene where Marty McFly interrupts, and says "It's more complicated than that".
I literally started cheering out loud at when Indy said “It’s Jonesing time” and Jonesd all over the bad guys.
i'll cheer when I hear EKSE playing while indy is jonesing . THAT will give me chills :)
As I get older I look back fondly at all the times I jonesd. Late night jonesing, nocturnal jonesing, early morning jonesing, jonesing in a Toys R Us bathroom, jonesing in my mother's kitchen when I found out they were building a Starbucks down the block, but I never jonesd all over bad guys. Thank Jones I get to live vicariously through Indiana.
Truly the Indiana of all Jones
Well done, bot.
The part where Indiana Jones said "SIUUUUU" gave me goosebumps!!! Great film
The part where Indy says ‘I love you’, and Chewbacca says ‘I know’, had me reaching for my insulin pen.
Saw 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' in the theatre in 1981 with my best friend from school. We were so stoked afterward we asked the ticket taker if we could stay for the next showing and he let us without charge. We called our moms from the payphone outside and asked if we could see the show again. They though we were nuts but said yes. We kinda thought it was silly too, but the decades have proven we may not have been so dumb after all.
@Repent and believe in Jesus Christ Don’t fear those who kill the body,” Jesus said, “rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matt 10:28; and 5:29-30; 23:15,33; Luke 10:15; 16:23).*Jesus, bully retributionist invents Hell*
I remember being 5 years old when Spiderman 2 came out and my dad would take me every other week to see it. (Sometimes sneaking to another screening to see it again lol)
@Can2274 you're so lucky. My dad hardly spent time with me because he was always flying around the world looking for some stupid cup. Then when he was home, he made me translate old boring stuff.
Sounds like you were a nerd. I wish I was there to bully you.
The part where Indiana see’s the half buried Statue of Liberty and realizes he’s been on planet earth the whole time shook me to my very core!
Oh my god! I saw a private test-screen last Thursday! When he said, “There is an idea of an Indiana Jones, some kind of abstraction.” I legitimately passed out. Absolutely brilliant! Currently in tears while I type this.
Indiana Jones is one of my top 5 greatest fictional characters. I know this is an unpopular opinion but I liked Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and even though there's a lot of negativity around this movie I just hope it turns out to be good.
The part where Indy turns around and says "When the fuck did we get ice-cream" gave me chills.
Underrated Ringer comment
I still cannot believe that this is going to be John Williams's final movie score, he is the main reason why I love music in the first place. He is a literal legend of music, the literal equivalent to the likes of Beethoven and others.
@K R John Williams just came out and said he’s not retiring. So happy. The man has been perfection personified for the last 50+ years.
Let the man retire and make room for others to take his place.
Indiana Jones is one of the most beloved characters in cinematic history. His adventures, whether set in exotic locales or mysterious caves, always seem to take viewers on a thrilling ride full of danger and excitement. Although he's had many different companions over the years, his courage and wit are what truly makes Indy stand out from the crowd. From his signature hat to the iconic whip, Indiana Jones is the epitome of adventure. Whether you're looking for a movie marathon or just a single film to watch, Indiana Jones is always sure to entertain. So grab your popcorn and buckle up - it's time to join Indy on his next amazing journey!. This was not written by a bot.
@Earl of Sandwich I’d love to here your whys?
The part where Indie fell in love with the replicant really warmed my soul and showed me what a true and sensitive man he was. I hope he finds that dial of time.
The part where the guy in the vehicle screamed "Indy!" had me emotional. Truly helped convey the traumatic experience endured by those close to him.
This trailer is amazing! The de-aged Indy looks so impressive! Cant wait for Indiana Jones 5! Im a huge fan of the Indiana Jones franchise.
Can't wait. I am glad that John Rys Davies is back and super glad that Georgie Boy Lukas is out.
I like how they all kept shooting out the window after he ducked. That's real dedication to aiming right there. Tracking targets is for people who miss.
What we want to know is, after ducking all those bullets 'what Indy does next to get out of there. Our guess is that he will slide under the table whilst kicking upwards, causing the said table to whack all fifty people with the guns in the jaw, killing or knocking them all out, bar one person (probably the main villain), who will shoot and Indy will pick up the same table to use as a shield, before jumping out of the window, his fall broken by a rain cover before spinning towards the dusty road - but before he hits the road a 50 year old Ke Huy Quan appears straight from a scene in Everywhere all at once, and use sausage gigantic fingers to break Indy's fall. Now, tell us the odds of the aforementioned being true.
This movie is going to suck big time......
Honestly, classic Lucasfilm. Not even in a bad way
Spielberg lost his sense decades ago.
@Noah Sherwood Old Indy shot a dude for waving his sword around for too long.
The part at the start which I'll quote "I miss waking up every morning..." brought so much nostalgia and made me shed a few drops. It really makes you think about the direction of the film and how waking up early will be incorporated to the story.Will he get up earlier? > Does he beat time at its own game? It depict that time is valuable and is something that shouldn't be taken for granted. Truly well-delivered.
"I've come to believe that it's not so much what you believe..." Award winning dialog right there, folks..
Truly the movie of all time
I grew up on these movies. My father who now has Alzheimer’s used to love Raiders of the lost ark. So, I’m excited to see what happens in this one.
The part where Indy points his finger and yells: "I didn't kill my wife" then jumps off the water tunnel. Superb!!
there was a man in my house.
I don't care!
My dad took me to see Raiders of the Lost Ark in the theaters when I was 9 years old. Indiana Jones has been a part of my life for 40 years. I was absolutely 100% certain that this movie was a mistake and they were not going to be able to pull it off. As soon as the music kicked in I had goosebumps on my entire body and tears in my eyes. My dad is 82 now and this time I will be taking him to see this movie.
@A Boy and His Dog Both Steven Spielberg and George Lucas are executive producers of this movie, doesn't sound like they want nothing to do with it 😄
Oh no. You’ll tarnish the good impressions he had
Similar but lost my old man a few years ago, He raised me on Raiders, YellowBeard and Blues Brothers. Have fun champ
@InnerSilence123 wow gorge that is... a lot to unpack lol. Yeah I guess goodluck out there broski
@Logan I Guess ok Im gonna stop it here, first of all, I can understand English since is my second language but don't ask me to translate your american jail slang, I simply refuse to put my self at your level by reading that crap and responding to it. secondly, it seems we are talking about different subjects, this conversation was like casting pearls before swine. have a good day.
This sounds promising. I'll definitely go and see it.
The part where he said “ I know CGI still sucks but we used it anyway”... gave me chills!!
My favorite part was how they used CGI sparingly and only to enhance the very real stunts and explosions. The humor is spot-on, never cringeworthy. And the color correction looks magnificent; the orange is making everyone look adoringly jaundiced.
I hate CGI
@Frank Sandoval Harrison Ford is a human being who did it
@Aunchient Pistol who played Indiana Jones and Han Solo who ?
Yes, there's no way this is a cash grab in any way.
Good one, lol
Even though they don"t make them like they use to! Thank you for all the adventures Mr. Spielberg, Mr. Ford and Mr. Williams. Your work truly belongs in a Museum.
I love the part where Indy tells Chewy, “we’re home”
That was miles better than the Trailer 👍
Mac and cheese goblins
That part when Short Round appeared and said "it's shortin time" made me goosebumps
I love the bit when Indy says 75 million years ago the galactic warlord Xenu transported people to Teejek (earth) placed them on the principle volcanoes and blew then up with hydrogen bombs. Gave me goosebumps
Looks like this series is going to Helena handbasket to me.
The part where Indy convinced a gambling addict to not quit playing because he is just about to hit it big was a truly heartwarming moment, had me reaching for my emergency liquor and go on a late night drive
Could be a worst movie we could have RuPaul’s drag race in 3-D😂
The part there he lands a plane on the taxiway was truly inspiring.
and then Maverick stole the plane and took off on the same taxiway. 10/10 for sure
Another happy landing
The part when Indy said, Goonies never die…. I lost it….Oh. And it also gave me chills.
I like the part when Indy lets the guy on the phone know about his special set of skills.
The part where Short Round said “Doctor Jones… I died in a crystal skull accident over 40 years ago, it’s time you start taking your schizophrenia medication.” really put things in perspective for me.
the part where patrick swayze says “nobody puts indy in a corner” gave me chills
It's not an Indiana Jones movie without "Raiders March." This will be the final movie scored by John Williams, and his music here sounds great as always. Let's hope Harrison gets a happy ending with Indy!ALSO: I really wanted Mark Hamill to be in this movie. If he was, then it would make up for the Luke-Han reunion we never got in the Sequel Trilogy
No it would not have. Not the same characters.
@Christopher Marty the director literally debunked it,stfu and stop spreading misinformation
Hebrews12:14 Make every effort to live in peace with all men and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.Acts3:19 Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord,James 2:24,26Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only. For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.
Let's hope Indi gets that happy ending. I agree. Stretched out on his back, completely relaxed on a message table. He's earned it!!
@Changer of Ways You’re comparing different things. Connery retired from movie acting after LOEG because of a miserable experience he’d had in making a movie he knew was terrible. He didn’t make a movie shitting on his career.
The part when he said"Send in a maniac to catch a maniac!" gave me chills!!!
The part where Indiana said "Get back" sent chills down my spine. It really felt like you in the shoes of those witnessing Indianas sheer will of those to get back! Such an amazing scene.
@Alaska Jack Perhaps. Perhaps not!
The part where Indiana pulls up in his truck and says "Hey, you know a guy around here with a piss yellow deuce coupe, supposed to be hot stuff?" -- it absolutely floored me!
Got chills when he said "What are we? Some kind of dial of destiny?"
I love the part where Indy is walking around shirtless and says “let the past die, kill it if you have to” It gave me chills
and then fleabag says it’s indying time and indies all over indy thus erasing him from the timeline
The part Harrison Ford says “it’s Jonesing time” made my whole family jump from excitement!! Truly amazing
He was going to Jones all over the Nazis.
That moment when Indy said, “What’s this supposed to be? Some kind of ‘Suicide Squad’” warmed my heart on a cold day
Thanks Steven, Harrison for the wonderful moments of my youth. My generation grew up on the pure unadulterated adventure you told us. It's hard to accept the thought that it's over.
People skipped over your comment no likes the hell
I love the moment of flying horns at 1:00
Indiana Jones is the reason for my obsession with learning different languages. Can you imagine how much more difficult his adventures would have been if he didn't speak the language of the part of the world he was in? Even at the age of six, I realized how useful such a skill can be. These movies changed me forever.
@kamu747 I saw Office Space in my senior year of college. Every job interview I went to after graduating, the hiring manager would ask where I saw myself in five years and my stock response was "go fuck yourself." That movie truly inspired me to achieve better things than getting some shit job because a movie made it look good.
C++, Java, Python...
I am talking about how the character evolved in Spielberg and Lucas' mind. I don't think they planned for him to know that many languages in the beginning. Certainly not 27. It doesn't even look like he knew German that well in Raiders. Then in ToD they evolve him to know Chinese and Sanskrit. The languages evolved as the characters legacy evolved. Once Young Indy hit they topped his character off with all this knowledge.
@MattyJ Actually, the character of Indiana Jones spoke about 27 languages before the age of 20. German was one of them.
@Derek Keenan I his world yes. That wasn't established until after Last Crusade with Young Indy. I don't think they intended for him to know all those languages in the beginning. That's why I mentioned some spots in Raiders where it looked like he wasn't supposed to know much. They just ended adding more as the legacy got bigger.
I loved the part where Dr. Morbius came in and said “It’s Morbin time!” Can’t wait to see that character develop!
The part where Indy starts getting sturdy and starts whipping everyone to dance with him such a nice touch right there
The part where Gandalf said you shall not pass and Indy cracked his fiery whip made me jump outta my seat in excitement
Mads Mikkelsen the fantastic actor along with others.
The part where he says “No, Shia LaBeouf, I am your father”…. Truly inspirational.
You’re not fucking funny. Why do people who make comments like this think they’re funny?
yes that Father Son relationship is what everybody wants, but womanwood wants it to be a daughter.
Oh if only the son would save his father and father pass on his hat and whip to his so or just tell him to get his own😊
@Startup HUB what he does in his personal life has no effect on the performance you see on screen and he is no doubt one of the best
I'm so tired of Shia. Wish they cast fresh, uncontroversial actors who aren't riddled with scandal and the worst kind of real life mayhem.
Out of all the characters Im glad to see Mac again. despite the fact he is an enemy and possibly might die, I'm quite exited especially the fact that Sallah and Indi are in the movie.
The part where he looks into the camera and goes KEVIN and faints .. gave me goosebumps, still can’t believe this movie won 14 Oscars and 2 billboard 100 hits.
@iM3 Phirebird probs home alone
You wanna elaborate on that?
I loved it when Indiana said to sauron "To infinity and beyond!" While flying a tie fighter to gotham city to buy vibranium
The part where he goes "I have to fight the Nazis until I die, its my Indiana Jones 5: The Dial of Destiny" made my eyes pop out, followed by me whistling and yelling "Awooga"
Indiana Jones has always been a huge part of my life. As a kid, I remember going to school dressed up as Indiana Jones. He helped me through some of the hardest times in my life, and I’m so happy that he’s coming back to the big screen.
@George L not though, just reminiscing about my childhood and Indiana Jones.
you sound like a paid bot
@DConstructiveCritic Spielberg and Lucas are executive producers on this film lol
@HoorayTV21 these rumors are false as the director has confirmed so.
I saw Raiders in the theater when I was 5. My childhood adventures in the woods were always in the character of Dr. Jones. I always said that I was a way bigger fan of Indiana Jones character than Han Solo, he just seems way cooler to me.
The Part where indiana Jones said “GET TO THE CHHOPA” literally Goosebumps 😮
Finally an Indiana Jones film I’ve been waiting for this!🤩
The moment when he said "It's Indiana'in Time" and jonesed all over the place literally made me shit my pants (joyfully)
The part where Indy yelled "IN THE MIDDLE OF MY BACKSWING!?" had me in literal tears of laughter
Seeing Sallah had me smile like a little kid, I’m surprised he wasn’t invited to the wedding in Crystal Skull
@Ian Pegler **grabs date before it can land in Indy's mouth, looks at dead monkey on the floor** Bad dates...
Why would he get invited to that shitty movie?
@Tyler Morrison im probably one of the few who back in the day loved The LA-BUFF. i thought he was a welcoming addition and loved Indy's banter with Mutt . However -the plot sucked with the aliens and it got a little nuts with the monkeys swinging around. lol. weakest plot. I can't help but think if it was great storyline that everyoen would have viewed Mutt Williams a little differently
I know! I recognized his voice and as soon as they showed him I literally shouted Sallah! Glad no one was around to see that.
@Ian Pegler @nathW00 🤠🤣😂 … “Bad Dates”
WOW!!!! Mr. Harrison Ford, in these 40+years as an actor, even to the present day, everything you've given us as far as movies is very well received!!!! Because of this, my fondest, most prominent memory other than you being in intergalactic battles with Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, but as an adventurous archeologist who hates snakes and dedicated to his students as a college professor in this one.Much love and respect to the man, the myth, the legend!!!!🤠👨🏫
The part where Indy says "The multiverse is real..." gave me goosebumps
@MRRussiantaco no he didn’t !!
@Joshua Webster He did say that idiot
@Explosive_diarrhea no he didn’t
@Joshua Webster He did, listen carefully
@The Minister Fr people quoting stuff he never said haha I’m the only one that’s like huh he didn’t say that lol
Ooooweeee! I've been an Indy fan my whole 37 years and idc what negative things people will try to say! This is going to be a great movie! Crystal skulls was great along with every other movie! Go Harrison Ford!
The part where Indy said "Epstein didn't kill himself" gave me chills
@Alaska Jack The part when Indy said "The days I used to riddle my tiddle have come and gone" really emphasised just how old his character is.
The part when your mom said, give me more give me chills
For me the Indiana Jones theme tune is the most genius music in cinema history. It captures the sense of adventure flawlessly.
Dont forget Jurassic Park. Right up there.
@Charles McGill that is not white and is a current member of the rainbow 🌈
@Anton Janus woke is ruining America
@Anton Janus dont worry they will kill indy off and replace him with the new stunning female protagonist
I love the part where indy snapped his finger and said “why did you say Martha?!”
Just love to see Phoebe Waller-Bridge in another theatric release, and now with a bigger role 😭💗
1:00 one of the best trailer moments ever
The part where Indiana said “This is Sparta!” Gave me chills.
The scene where Indy says “Hello, my name is Indiana Jones, you killed my father, prepare to die.” Was truly the most captivating moment in all of cinema.
Favorite line in the whole movie!
@SPECTRE011A4 and my name is Giovanni Giorgio, but everybody calls me Giorgio
"Hello my name is Gustavo but you can call me SUS"
@Obi- potobi yea its classic. Then he goes into the actual computer and fights Clu or whatever that other dude was with the light circle on his back
@Mr. Tibs I like the part where Indy's sent back from the future to kill Sarah Connor.
I don't care what anybody says, Im going to spend my money to watch this when it comes out/
I’m gonna cry if this movie isn’t good. But I have high hopes for it.
Looks awesome. Probably their best option for making another sequel with the same character and actor
The part where Indy says "Oh, Hi Mark!" put me in tears.