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The tiny sixth-scale fedora alone makes Hot Toys’ Indiana Jones figure a worthy addition to any collection. But as with all the plastic doppelgangers the company sells, everything from the convincing Harrison Ford sculpt, to his tired and torn outfit, to Indy’s other iconic accessory, his whip, make this $US230 figure worth every cent.
I always enjoy these stupid simple and zany animation summaries of movies by 1A4STUDIO that take film classics and squeeze all the important scenes in goofy squealing glee. Here’s the newest: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. It’s like one awesome chase scene.
It’s hard to say what my favourite thing about Steven Soderbergh’s new remix of Raiders of Ark is. Is it the total lack of dialogue? Or maybe it’s the vivid black-and-white rendering that makes you forget the film is supposed to be in colour. Actually, honestly, it’s the sick 8-bit soundtrack. That’s it.
John Williams is a musical magician, with some of the most recognisable scores in the history of film sitting comfortably under his belt. Understandably, Williams’ work has been covered and re-covered by the denizens of YouTube, including this one-man-bad effort by a fellow called “The Human Tim” (real name unforthcoming). It’s the theme to Indiana Jones done in a slightly less classical fashion.
Until Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull came along, The Temple of Doom was considered the least enjoyable of the Indiana Jones films — due in no small part to the dinner scene involving baby snakes, and chilled monkey brains served in their own skulls. A meal you can finally serve at home, or at least a close facsimile thereof, using these faux monkey head bowls.
After a long and celebrated career, British actor Julian Glover probably feels like he’s due for a win. Currently, as Grand Maester Pycelle on Game of Thrones, he’s ahead of the game — well, he’s alive. Which is more than you can say for his other famous roles on the big screen, which seem to have a running theme of Man Who Tried Too Hard Before Coming To A Sticky End.
I think we can all agree that Indiana Jones and The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull is the very worst of the Indy movies, but I don’t recall it being as bad as this Everything wrong with… episode shows.
Anyone who’s seen an episode of Robot Chicken can appreciate the bizarre comedy that can be mined from toys and models filmed in stop-motion. It gives you the freedom to set-up some odd scenarios, say, Darth Vader getting destroyed by the likes of Indiana Jones, Jack Torrance and, er, Albert Einstein.
Before you ask: no, it isn’t the plot for the next Indiana Jones movie. According to a research paper published on the journal Meteoritics & Planetary Science, scientists have discovered that an Iron Man sculpture found by a Nazi expedition in Tibet is of extraterrestrial origin. Cue the music anyway.