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Raders of the Lost Ark is coming to IMAX. You know what? I'll take it.

For starters, at least it's not a South Park doomsday scenario where Lucas has decided to add a bunch of CGI bullcrap to the film. It'll just be higher-res, and I bet that boulder will look great on a huge screen.


This was one of my very favorite movies growing up, for a ton of reasons—it was scary but never too scary (except for the face-melting part at the end, of course). It was violent and exciting and thrilling but I could track what was going on, even when I was young. Man, check out that trailer up top.

Trailers. Trailers have changed.

Was Raiders your favorite Indiana Jones movie? Did you, like me, opt to just never watch the new one, and indeed to pretend it doesn't exist? Don't you with they'd make a good Uncharted-like Indy game? Or is Fate of Atlantis enough for you? (It may be for me.)


Feel free to get your Indy fever on, or talk about anything else, here or over in the Talk Amongst Yourselves forum. Have good discussions, and always remember to hang on to your hat.

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Darth Tigris

- Raiders of the Lost Ark is one of my favorite movies of all time (I don't think I could ever say anything is top 5 or 10 or 25 because I love a lot of movies). It holds a very special place in my heart. BUT I really don't see how IMAX would benefit it, as it wasn't designed for that kind of format in any way shape or form. Am I missing some details here?

- As a huge fan of the franchise, I for one was disappointed in KotCS, but not near as disappointed as most. I had a ton of fun with it and it has continued to be more enjoyable in subsequent viewings.

- While not Uncharted, Indiana Jones and The Emperor's Tomb is a GREAT Indy experience that only fails with some bugs (YMMV) and a plot that is FAR too fantastic in the later sections for an Indy story (seriously, it's ... nuttier than TR games).