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This Weekend Has One Name: Indiana Jones

indianajones4.jpgAre you excited for Indiana Jones? I can’t speak for the rest of the site, but the idea of one of my favorite films growing up (I was way more an Indy geek then a Star Wars Geek) has finally returned after 19 years. But will it live to expectations? I wish I knew, since I’ve ignored just about ever article out there about the film.

Steve Mason is reporting that the film will be showing in over 9,500+ screens, and has sold out midnight shows across America.

I have no doubt in my mind that Indiana Jones has an extremely good chance of breaking the 5-Day gross record with $177+ million dollars. I was thinking recently, where does it end? When will the one-day gross be just so high, no other movie will top it, is that even possible?

Come back to our site, we will no doubt have a few varying viewpoints to the film, and we’d love to hear what you think about it as well.

4 thoughts on “This Weekend Has One Name: Indiana Jones

  1. I have my tickets for the show tomorrow at 10 in the premium theater. The way Indiana Jones was meant to be watched: in a recliner with a beer. Words cannot describe how excited I am to see this movie. While I’m definitely more of a Star Wars geek than an Indiana Jones geek, it’s like choosing between awesome and awesome. You can’t lose with either.

    I really, really hope this movie will belong in a museum.

  2. I’m seeing it tonight at 7:45pm!!! Not in a premium theater like you, I’m seeing it with a mass of annoying theater patrons on cell phones. I’m not sure if I should review movie theater etiquette, or the film, I’ll let you know.

  3. “I have no doubt in my mind that Indiana Jones has an extremely good chance of breaking the 5-Day gross record with $177+ million dollars. I was thinking recently, where does it end? When will the one-day gross be just so high, no other movie will top it, is that even possible?”

    Not possible. There is no end to how much money a film can make in a world with inflating ticket prices and a growth of human population.

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