I Guess We're Calling Indiana Jones 5 "The Dial Of Destiny"

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PopGeeks

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<p>Disney and Lucasfilm just revealed the title of the fifth and final (?) Indiana Jones film, and it’s an odd one. We have no idea what “The Dial Of Destiny” means other than the possible Maguffin of the picture. My first thought when seeing it was that Indy must be desperate to find soap.</p>
 

TashMayberry

New Member
The Bland trailer demonstrating beyond a shadow of a doubt that they have learned nothing from their fourth humiliating setback Where the magic really happened was in the effects on people's lives. I'm not even sure I'll bother sitting through this load of nonsense because it's such a waste of my time. This is a film that could have been made without the use of computer-generated imagery, but they did. Kathleen Kennedy appears to be on a mission to bring down Lucasfilm, and as a result, I can't wait to see what happens. Spielberg has stated numerous times that he considered The Last Crusade to be the series' final installment and a fitting send-off so that everyone involved could move on to other projects. Kathleen Kennedy appears to have made it her mission to bring down Lucasfilm. And if you watch the film Crystal Skull, you'll notice that this concept is repeated several times throughout the story. It was clear that he wasn't putting in his best effort. Unfortunately, both George Lucas and Harrison Ford were successful in provoking Steven Spielberg to the point where he became so irritated that he eventually caved in order to put an end to their constant nagging.
 

Maverick

I hate WOKE trash
The Crystal Skull will not be remembered as the worst Indiana Jones film ever made probably because of this, and the filmmakers made certain to include everything in the film that no one asked for or was interested in seeing, even though they knew it would turn off audiences. Obviously, I can't judge a film that hasn't yet been released, but with the desecration of so many franchises in recent years, I have little hope that this will be any different. I have little faith in this film after the garbage they gave us last time. Because of Disney and their forced politics, this film will be terrible. God forbid you hurt someone's feelings in this world. Woke Garbage.
 

IslandGirlLove

♡♡♡♡♡♡
Anyone who hasn't seen the previous films in the series should do so before passing judgment on this one. The naysayers must still be living at home with their parents, because this movie looks like it's going to be brilliant. Anyone who has any doubts about this film should first watch the others in the series. Its aesthetic was always meant to evoke a 1950s Saturday morning B-movie. Iconic! Buccaneer! That's the height of illogic! It would be an understatement to say that I'm excited to see this one.
 

qpxmbtrz

New Member
I absolutely love how Harrison Ford perks up and becomes even more excited about the new Indiana Jones film whenever the subject is brought up in an interview with him, and I find it very amusing to watch. It is clear that he is passionate about the franchise, and that he enjoys working on the films that are part of the franchise. Harrison Ford, in my opinion, is the only person who can still have a career as an action star at the age of 80. He was in a plane crash, but he escaped with minor injuries and was able to walk away... I have no doubt that the anti-aging effects, when combined with the other factors, will result in a stunningly beautiful outcome because he lives a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, the anti-aging technology will make him appear much younger than he actually is.
 

IKato21

Member
As the teaser trailer demonstrated, the fact that it was directed by such a talented individual indicates that it will be of high overall quality. People must change their pessimistic outlook on life. It appears to be blazing new ground, which is exciting to consider. It is hoped that it will succeed. The film's talent, both in front of and behind the camera, has already proven its worth; what remains are the atmosphere and plot of the film. They might be able to generate some new ideas for the character if they use an older version of Indy, such as how the passage of time and his extensive travels have taken their toll on him, but I'm afraid they'll end up killing him off in the end. Because he is the final legacy character created by George and Steven, he deserves a happy ending and one last ride off into the sunset. He didn't have to die to advance the narrative of the next generation because he IS the narrative. It was unnecessary for him to perish.
 

Sasha Banker

Legit Boss
In terms of my expectations, this is the most weighty of the films I've been looking forward to.In terms of overall quality, will it be comparable to Raiders or Crusade? Furthermore, I believe that having a relaxed attitude toward activities that are meant to be enjoyable makes those activities more enjoyable to participate in. Most likely not. That's fine with me; it'll just be an action film starring Harrison Ford and directed by James Mangold. Nothing else can be added until that point is reached.
 

Edwina_Shann

New Member
I'm hoping Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull will be surpassed as the better film by Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, which will be a return to the first three original 1980s films and a significant improvement over the Crystal Skull. This is because I am hoping that Dial of Destiny will be a return to the original trilogy from the 1980s. In contrast to the fourth film, which was primarily shot in the United States, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom returns to the global range of filming locations used in the first three films (such as Europe (primarily Scotland), Italy, and Morocco), and John Rhys Davies reprises his role as Sallah thirty years after his last appearance in The Last Crusade. Furthermore, both actor Harrison Ford and composer John Williams have stated that this film will be their "swan song," with Ford being the first to make the announcement.
 

Dermagorgon

New Member
I can't believe they're casting Harrison Ford, 80, in this role and expecting him to be as good as he was in his 30s and 40s. Unbelievable! I'm baffled. New directors and writers for Indiana Jones don't worry me. This teaser was entertaining, but future Indiana Jones films won't involve de-aging. Fantastic trailer. New strategies and plans are needed. If the Indiana Jones films continue, they should find a new star and make Indy a supporting character. After much thought, I've decided. I don't think that will happen; they'll recast the TV series they're developing. Never happen. Harrison has seemed tired for a while, so I think it's time to pass the torch.
 
I think an animated anthology series would be the best way to develop more Indiana Jones content. Something like Clone Wars with Indiana Jones as the hero. Because it's animated, there's no age limit, and it's an anthology series, the episodes can take place at any time the producers choose. Two positives make it a great idea. This franchise needs a new protagonist, played by a different actor.
 

Miika

Moderator
Staff member
I stopped watching India Jones a long time ago. In fact, I did not even watch the Crystal Skulls released in 2008 and I have no plans to watch Dial of Destiny which will release in 2023.
 

Jaspreet

Member
As much as I am excited I am sad that it will be its last Instalment but I hope and wish it will break all the blockbuster records with massive revenue that they may think about adding another installment.
 
In terms of my expectations, this is the most weighty of the films I've been looking forward to.In terms of overall quality, will it be comparable to Raiders or Crusade? Furthermore, I believe that having a relaxed attitude toward activities that are meant to be enjoyable makes those activities more enjoyable to participate in. Most likely not. That's fine with me; it'll just be an action film starring Harrison Ford and directed by James Mangold. Nothing else can be added until that point is reached.
Raiders or Crusade is iconic and the series should have ended with this movie. Crystal Skull is a franchise killer and it is the reason why I have less trust with Dial of time.
 

fcbetting

Member
I think Harrison should leave this role alone. If we could see few Bod actors trough history, he should be replaced to. Sometimes it is enough. If they continue make movies, we will see him with a walker jumping from train.
 

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