Over the last few days, many, many, MANY geeks have gone to see em>Star Wars: The Last Jedi in standard theaters as well as the 3D, 4D(X), IMAX, and ATMOS experience. You love that, but you’re not one of them… yet. You plan to go to the theater on a later date with the family, perhaps next week or the week after when the crowds have died down.
In the meantime, how do you keep yourself free from spoilers that might ruin the film for you?
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Do you ever wonder how teachers manage to command the respect of especially rowdy students? We all know that multitudes of tactics have been tested, but a Belgian math teacher may just be the winner of life after coming up with a most devious plan last week.
After being unable to calm his students down, the teacher asked if his pupils watched the HBO Drama Game of Thrones and promptly found out that most were fans. The teacher then responded, “Well, I’ve read all the books. If there is too much noise, I will write the names of the dead on the board.” Continuing, he said, “They are enough to fill the whole year and I can even describe how they die.”
The scariest thing for any nerd/geek/fanatic for anything relating to entertainment is the looming darkness of what we call, “SPOILERS.” Spoilers are a terrifying thing that can take away all of the excitement in a simple phrase – “No, I am your father,” “Bruce Willis was dead THE ENTIRE TIME!” “Superman is Clark Kent,” all of these phrases have struck terror into our hearts, because after we searched our hearts, we knew them to be true.
This article, however, consists of nothing that is true. This is a list of fake spoilers. So, are you ready for Top 20 Fake Spoilers For The Dark Knight Rises!? Woo boy!
Spoiler Alert:This article will deal with details about the plot of Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, reader beware. You might learn some things you don’t want to know just yet.
For Indiana Jones fans, a new movie has been a long time in coming. A fourth film was originally suggested by George Lucas nearly 18 years ago. The idea has re-surfaced several times since then but the principal creative partners (Mr. Lucas, Steven Spielberg, and Harrison Ford) could not agree on a script until David Koepp completed a version sometime around 2005. Other screen writers attached to the project over the years include Jeffery Boam, M. Night Shyamalan, Frank Darabont, and Jeff Nathanson. Drafts by all these writers have centered around the idea of Indy searching for crystal skulls.
Given the time in development and the abundance of top-notch screenwriting talent, it is surprising that the screenplay of Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull is a bit of a mess. Don’t get me wrong, the movie is far from awful. Parts of the movie play out simply as set pieces however, in part because of a lack of tight internal logic in the script. The movie left me asking questions about how or why certain things happened. After 18 years and several screenwriters, shouldn’t all these questions be answered?
Here’s the top five unanswered questions from Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull.