History Fridge / IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull

19th Jun '18 11:45:39 AM MrDeath
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* In [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade the previous film]], we saw that [[BerserkButton Indy really doesn't like when people call him "Henry"]]. But now, Indy has gotten used to being called Henry by his friends and peers, even upon learning Mutt's actual name is Henry Jones III, he says "Good name, Henry.", because of how he reconciled with his father in the last film.
** Hmm, he actually didn't mind being called Henry. It's his real name, after all. What he didn't like was being called "Junior". Only his father did that, and it has the UnfortunateImplications of Henry Sr. seeing his son as nothing but an appendage of himself and a disappointment as a result, because Indy didn't pursue the same career in life Dad did.
19th Jun '18 9:00:41 AM Malady
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*** He's probably still trading stories at the retirement home with Paul Edgecomb from TheGreenMile to this day, though.

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*** He's probably still trading stories at the retirement home with Paul Edgecomb from TheGreenMile ''Film/TheGreenMile'' to this day, though.
30th Apr '18 1:15:26 PM Malady
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* Marion's son goes by the nickname "Mutt"...which seems like a generally scruffy RebelWithoutACause name until you think about who his father turns out to be. Henry Jones Jr. named himself Indiana after ''the family dog.''

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* Marion's son goes by the nickname "Mutt"...which seems like a generally scruffy RebelWithoutACause ''Film/RebelWithoutACause'' name until you think about who his father turns out to be. Henry Jones Jr. named himself Indiana after ''the family dog.''
28th Mar '18 1:44:43 AM TitoMosquito
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** It also shows a clear contrast with the villains in the previous films - the Nazis collected religious artefacts because they believed God was among their side. The Soviets were, in theory, an atheist society. They'd be less inclined towards religious artefacts and more on scientific and psychic phenomenon.

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** It also shows a clear contrast with the villains in the previous films - the Nazis collected religious artefacts because they believed God was among their side. The Soviets were, in theory, an atheist society. They'd be less inclined towards religious artefacts artifacts and more on scientific and psychic phenomenon.
18th Jan '18 6:19:44 AM GothicProphet
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** The Ark only goes after those (good or bad) that look into it. Since no one had the time to it as they were so busy chasing the new MacGuffin, the worse that could happen would be the warehouse burning down in Holy Fire.

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** The Ark only goes after those (good or bad) that look into it. Since no one had the time to it as they were so busy chasing the new MacGuffin, the worse that could happen would be the warehouse burning down in Holy Fire.Fire.
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20th Aug '16 12:17:21 AM baschapp
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** Or maybe anthropologists?
23rd Dec '15 12:47:57 PM res20stupid
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** It also shows a clear contrast with the villains in the previous films - the Nazis collected religious artefacts because they believed God was among their side. The Soviets were, in theory, an atheist society. They'd be less inclined towards religious artefacts and more on scientific and psychic phenomenon.
30th Aug '15 12:54:24 PM evdebs
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*****He's probably still trading stories at the retirement home with Paul Edgecomb from TheGreenMile to this day, though.
8th Feb '15 4:26:03 PM FerrousFaucet
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* At the end of the film, Indiana notices that they aliens have collected artifacts from around the world. The temple they are in is implied to be three or four thousand years old, or "as old as the pyramids". Indiana feels a connection to the aliens because he says they are archaeologists (evidenced by their collection of ancient artifacts from India, China, Europe, etc.) but if the collection is really thousands of years old, those artifacts wouldn't have been ancient when the aliens collected them. The aliens would have been more like contemporary art collectors.
20th Nov '14 12:31:01 PM TitoMosquito
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* The fact is, after 50+ years of having adventures around the world searching for relics of different cultures, getting involved in espionage in two world wars and witnessing first-hand the power of three major religions, the only thing that could possibly surprise Indiana Jones by this point in his life would '''have''' to be aliens(and having a son he never knew about).

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* The fact is, after 50+ years of having adventures around the world searching for relics of different cultures, getting involved in espionage in two world wars and witnessing first-hand the power of three major religions, the only thing that could possibly surprise Indiana Jones by this point in his life would '''have''' to be aliens(and aliens (and having a son he never knew about).
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