Great Moments in Movie History Using Stick Figures: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

It’s time again for my oldest recurring feature- Great Moments in Movie History Using Stick Figures. Today’s great moment comes from a much-maligned film- Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). There are a lot of scenes that are memorable for all of the wrong reasons. But there’s one scene in particular that I think we can all relate to.

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6 responses to “Great Moments in Movie History Using Stick Figures: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

  1. The guy who was babysat by the sister of the guy who played Nuclear Man in Superman IV

    This movie represents everything that is wrong with CGI. What made the first three Indiana Jones movies good was that the stunts were a little clumsy and you really felt that Indiana Jones was really doing them. Shia Labouf swinging from the vines with the monkeys might as well have been a cartoon. The snakes, insects, and rats from the first three were real and in all three they made your skin crawl. The giant CGI ants did not feel real because they weren’t. Also, once you introduce an alien culture into the Indiana Jones universe, all of the Earthly religious stuff like the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant are no longer relevant. These were unforgivable. Using the refrigerator as protection from a nuclear bomb is a minor offense comparatively.

  2. I knew there was a thing with this one Great moments!!!
    I haven’t seen it yet and sooo many people told me to never watch it that I’ll probably watch it sometime but I’m sad that he remade one that didn’t stick up to the original trilogy…

  3. Tony

    I thought Spielberg did an okay job given the story he had to use.

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