Monday, May 26, 2008

Post Titled: INDIANA JONES und Das Königsreich des Kristallschädels

For several years I was thinking: is it me, am I going crazy OR does life just not make sense anymore. Fortunately Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull proves once and for all that life in the latter half of the first decade of the 21st century -and surely beyond- does INDEED make absolutely no sense... but is nevertheless pretty fun (and definitely interesting.)

It is the Pirates of the Carribean Filmmaking Method:
1.constant funny/quirky-ness going-on.
2.don't worry too much about plot holes, dead-ends, or unresolved plot detours.
3.keep dazzling our senses with action, adventure and the impossibel and we, the audience, will ultimately cease worrying too much about plot holes, dead-ends, or unresolved plot detours- at least until a half hour after the film has ended.
4.-6.please crowd. make money. make sequel, repeat.

But really, even the Temple of DOOM (which no one likes) made so much more sense than the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Perhaps a certain reader would like to try to explain what his cousin was trying to do with the script there exactly- *-ahem ahem-*?


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