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    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny . What a horrible title.

    If the “action” scenes are as bad as Crystal Skull’s jungle chase scene, this is going to bomb.

    It frankly doesn’t look so good….


    In reply to: The Random Thread VIII

    Definitely NOT on the same level as the Indiana Jones Theme.  Not iconic at all.

     It’s widely believed that Indiana Jones 5 will be Ford’s last time playing the iconic hero–perhaps even his final movie altogether–and that the sequel will see Waller-Bridge’s Helena take up the mantle.

    Personally, I would rather have more Lora Croft’s adventures than a gender swapping Indy character.


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    Air Force One 1997

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    A rumor was leaked by Doomcock that Indiana Jones and Phoebe Waller-Bridge would travel back in time to fight Nazis. They would meet Young Indy, who would then get freaking killed. Old Indy would vanish in a puff of Butterfly Effect. Deleting him from history completely. Phoebe would then pick up his hat and have all of Indiana Jone’s adventure in his place. And then going on to have further adventures on Disney Plus.

    It sounded too stupid to be true. I had blown it off too, having forgotten the second rule of SJWs. They always double-down.

    Then, a few weeks ago some British tabloids ran a story confirming most of Doomcock’s rumors.


    The Round Table E05: Chappelle Drama, Superman Bi, Indiana Jones Time Travel, Shatner In Space

    The Renaissance Nerd

    Oh what a week it was from the fallout of Dave Chappelle’s The Closer to Indiana Jones getting ready to travel through time. Welcome to The Round Table!


    In reply to: James Bond

    Why Are We Fighting Over The Next Bond? Lashana Lynch Is Right There

    The film marks the end of Daniel Craig’s turn as the beloved James Bond, and thus, has re-sparked the never-ending debate over the future of the franchise — namely, who should replace Craig.

    Correct, who should be the next JAMES BOND!

    The franchise should already have its answer since No Time To Die opens up a whole new world of possibilities for its next 007:

    Wrong.  We are looking for the next JAMES BOND!

    Not the next 007.

    …the possibility of learning more about Nomi in a substantial way is slim to none given the franchise’s track record.

    Don’t you remember the movie “Die Another Day”, and the spy Jinx Johnson played by Halle Berry?

    They were going to make a spin-off of her character… and it died as fans and the PAYING customers WANTED more JAMES BOND.

    And not a knock-off.

    So if an actress who IS as talented as Halle Berry, and as popular/likeable as her could not get her own spy movie, what makes you think this unlikable character and actor can?

    “[Bond] can be of any color, but he is male,” stressed Bond producer Barbara Broccoli…”


    “I believe we should be creating new characters for women — strong female characters. I’m not particularly interested in taking a male character and having a woman play it. I think women are far more interesting than that.”

    Correct yet again!

    Broccoli isn’t necessarily wrong in that; remixing characters doesn’t always lend to the best version of a story, and women do deserve their own original narratives.

    Sadly, too many studios are too lazy to do the work, and just gender-swap.  Be it for movies, TV, comics, etc.

    However, in the post-Craig Bondverse, there would be no need to gender-bend the protagonist because his replacement is already so close by. Lynch’s Nomi …

    Is not BOND.  Will never be James BOND.

    We want to see adventures of JAMES BOND!

    Why is that something morons like this writer can’t understand?!?


    As many have said, if James Bond is permanently dead, so TOO is the James Bond franchise.

    Just like you CAN’T have an Indiana Jones franchise WITHOUT Indiana Jones!

    Or a Jaws Franchises WITHOUT JAWS!

    Or a Godzilla franchise WITHOUT GODZILLA!


    The next best they can do with this Nomi character is do exactly like they did at the start of Octopussy… have the MI6 agent DIE within the first few minutes of the film, and have it the story of how JAMES BOND got recruited and became 007!

    Now that is a film I would watch.

    But a whole film based on Nomi as 007… FUCK NO!

    JAMES BOND IS 007!

    That is how Ian Fleming wrote it.  That is how he wanted it.  That is how I want it!



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    While my brother and his family have visited several times, I too have never been, and never will.

    1. Disneyland is located in Kommifornia.

    2. I do not have the budget to afford such a trip/vacation.

    3. I would have to get a passport (of which I have never had, prior to 9-11, when I had to cross the border via car or train my driver’s license WAS my ID.)

    4. I am of the age where most of what they offer I am no longer interested in.

    5. I would have to pay for a WOKE corporation that has ruined Star Wars, is ruining the Meh-She-U, looks be to ruining Indiana Jones, etc.


    So No.  I don’t think I will ever visit DisneyLand.  Same for DisneyWorld and any other such locations around the world.


    Several u-tubers are commenting that KK so desperately wants to push her agenda, and the fact rumours are the crew of the Mandalorian are about to erase the Disney trilogy from canon, that KK is gonna burn down the Indiana Jones franchise in part revenge/in part to push her agenda.

    She WILL kill Mr.Jones, both in character and in what he has accomplished, and time travel back to where Indy never got the fedora hat nor began his adventuring days.

    That is, if the rumours are true.


    Hopefully, if the rumours ARE true, that the higher ups see how horrible this shit piece of film is, they decide to NEVER release it in any form…


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    “How does it feel to have lived long enough to see all your favorite franchises go down in flames?”  Also, if you think this is all just wokeness, you are a fool.  This is called cultural subversion.  It is a military tactic.  Fascist use this technique.  Remember what Mussolini said Fascism really is?  He said it is corporatism and nothing is more corporate than Hollywood and the MSM.



    The jokes are great. “No Time to Care.” Az and Rippa said that it’s only white male characters that have the significance to replace as roles. One thing about this, is that I am a DUNE fan because Dune made it’s own characters with the whole Valkyrie and Amazon intention and the dope Rebecca Ferguson still slammed the story. If a person wants to make strong female characters, then by all means, do it and do it well and I thought DUNE did that with a lot of style. The problem with the gender swapping is that it comes off like communism or the Taliban. Has nothing to do with the character and only with deconstruction.

    Sisterhood of DUNE is coming out soon. If you are into female characters, there is a show called Motherland: Fort Salem, where almost every character is a warrior military witch. See? That is a well done show. It does not need to mess with James Bond or Indiana Jones. You would think they would just make another Laura Croft movie and leave Indiana Jones alone. Same thing with James Bond, as they could have made other Black Widow movies. Black Widow could have been a whole female assassin franchise. Same with Red Sparrow or La Femme Nikita. If they writers were really into female characters and female franchises, they would not have any need to destroy white male characters. I think it was Nerdrotic who says there is some kind of 4-D chess by the commies to ruin the actual fanbase and audiences of the western white male leading man characters.

    Biggest problem I have with gender swapping is that it neglects existing female character brands like: Laura Croft, Red Sparrow, La Femme Nikita, Black Widow, Red Sonja, Agent (Peggy) Carter, etc. There could be entire Extended Universes given to those females characters if the writers actually cared about women and were focused on powerful women. Look at how The Kingsmen Franchise popped up and did the whole spy thing away from James Bond. The only thing that makes sense is that they hate white men more than they like powerful women.


    10 Things You Didn’t Know About Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom




    In reply to: Castlevania

    I’m an old timer so my favorite will always be the first game. Being an Indiana Jones fan I was immediately drawn to the game because it was one of the few games on the market at the time that the hero actually used a bullwhip as his main weapon. Hell, I think it was the ONLY game out that had the character using a whip. Of course there’s the old Atari Raiders game but I prefer not to think about that. LOL

    Anyway, I played the shit out of Castlevania. I loved Simon’s Quest and Dracula’s Curse too. Symphony was also a lot of fun and I loved the RPG elements of that game. I played a few of the portable ones but just couldn’t get into them. Super Castlevania was “Ok”……best part of that game was the ability to use your whip to swing. LOL

    After those games I’ve lost track and never really got into the new stuff. I’d love for them to reboot the series and maybe turn it into an open world type of game and explore a big map. Think Grand Theft Auto or Red Dead Undead Nightmare. I think that would be really fun. :)


    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by RaiderJones.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by RaiderJones.

    While I do admit that I was a somewhat regular visitor as a kid back then, over time the prices kept getting insane and unaffordable.  Looking back there were some good rides that I enjoyed a lot.  However, as history would have it, I know that there were some other attractions that used to exist even before I was born that some people may recall.  The only one that I recall that was short lived was called Rocket Rods which only lasted for a few years (and as I found out through a Youtube video somewhere, there was a classic ride that some of you guys remember) [correct me if I’m wrong but I think there was a ride called People Movers or something along those lines].

    I would say that the two that stood out to me the most was Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye and obviously Star Tours.

    Which ones do you guys reflect fondly on when thinking back to that magical place?

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