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I'm looking forward to the scene where Indy climbs bravely down into the snake infested tomb ...only to forget what he's gone down there for. Also, rumour has it both 'Werther's Originals' and Honda are looking for product placement deals.

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The ridiculous thing about the Indiana Jones character is that he acts like a mere spectator. His enemies are ultimately defeated due to their mistakes.
 

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Oh boy. Nazis, Swastikas. It'll be a hit...

Then there's the scene where Indy walks down some stairs and forgets why he went down in the first place...
 

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The ridiculous thing about the Indiana Jones character is that he acts like a mere spectator. His enemies are ultimately defeated due to their mistakes.

Pardon me but what? His fights, his almost impossible risky actions that work out? "I'm making it up as I go along." In other words, his ability to improvise in situations that would have resulted in death. For example, sitting atop an ancient Egyptian statue and rocking it, causing it to break from its base and fall into a wall, which led to finding a way out.
 

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The ridiculous thing about the Indiana Jones character is that he acts like a mere spectator. His enemies are ultimately defeated due to their mistakes.

Pardon me but what? His fights, his almost impossible risky actions that work out? "I'm making it up as I go along." In other words, his ability to improvise in situations that would have resulted in death. For example, sitting atop an ancient Egyptian statue and rocking it, causing it to break from its base and fall into a wall, which led to finding a way out.
It is the stupid Nazis who decide to open the ark while in fact he watches them die badly.
 

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The ridiculous thing about the Indiana Jones character is that he acts like a mere spectator. His enemies are ultimately defeated due to their mistakes.

Pardon me but what? His fights, his almost impossible risky actions that work out? "I'm making it up as I go along." In other words, his ability to improvise in situations that would have resulted in death. For example, sitting atop an ancient Egyptian statue and rocking it, causing it to break from its base and fall into a wall, which led to finding a way out.
It is the stupid Nazis who decide to open the ark while in fact he watches them die badly.

And he survives even though he's nearby.
 

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Pardon me but what? His fights, his almost impossible risky actions that work out?

If Indie hadn't been there, things would have worked out *better.* Nazis eventually find the Ark, fly it back to Berlin, open it before the Nazi leadership... BAM, no more Nazis. Lid falls back onto Ark. Second-string Nazis show up, look at all the corpses, open the lid... BAM, no more second string Nazis. Eventually the Soviets invade, steal the Ark, open it at the Kremlin.... BAM, no more Stalin and Beria and co.

THANKS, Indie.
 

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Pardon me but what? His fights, his almost impossible risky actions that work out?

If Indie hadn't been there, things would have worked out *better.* Nazis eventually find the Ark, fly it back to Berlin, open it before the Nazi leadership... BAM, no more Nazis. Lid falls back onto Ark. Second-string Nazis show up, look at all the corpses, open the lid... BAM, no more second string Nazis. Eventually the Soviets invade, steal the Ark, open it at the Kremlin.... BAM, no more Stalin and Beria and co.

THANKS, Indie.

No more Indian Jones movies. No Cold War? Doubtful.
 

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