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Why On Earth Would Anyone Want To Remember This Scene From The Last Indiana Jones Film?

Why On Earth Would Anyone Want To Remember This Scene From The Last Indiana Jones Film?

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Figure (Image courtesy Sideshow Collectibles)
By Andrew Liszewski

The same way that The Simpsons ended at season nine as far as I’m concerned, there are still only three Indiana Jones films in my mind. But unfortunately I did watch the fourth entry in that series (it can never be unwatched) and as a result here are three questions I don’t really want the answer to.

1) Why on Earth would anyone want a miniature 12-inch version of one of the most ridiculous scenes in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull?

2) Has any other action figure in the history of toys ever come with such a detailed refrigerator as an accessory?

3) Who in their right mind would pay $175 for this? Apparently a lot of people because they actually seem to be sold out.

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  • Jessicat

    I refuse to see it still. It's like the new star wars, I just can't bring myself to ruin such a great movie series. I've heard only bad things about this movie, why would anyone kill the lovely image of Harrison Ford like that by seeing it. But back to the product, yes the fridge has a lot of detail, but for that price, it better plug up and keep my candy from melting. Geez, why so much? Because it has interchangeable parts?

  • Anonymous

    The most ridiculous scene has got to be his son swinging on the vines. Though the whole rest of the movie is a close second.

  • EspritOuvert

    Ah yes, a lead lined fridge will definitely save you from a nuclear blast.

  • mcman

    Frankly I've never seen any of this series of movies.

  • http://twitter.com/ChaoSoldier Brendhan Burleson

    Three letters.. WTF?!?!? I have actually seen this movie and if you go into it not thinking of it as another Harrison Ford Indy movie, but as a Shia LeBeouf Indy movie with Harrison Ford as a support character then it really wasn't a bad movie. It was a great transition movie from the past to the future of the series.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=19701276 facebook-19701276

    The movie wasn't THAT bad. Until the world collapsed and the aliens flew off that is. Where in the world would someone put a FOOT LONG figure? Coffee table center piece?

  • engfant

    They should have made Indy stranded on the toilet trying to reach the paper he left on the sink with the toilet brush.

  • baggyklown

    he looks pretty old in that figure

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1468931781 facebook-1468931781

    Wow, looks just like the movie and sucks just as bad.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1468931781 facebook-1468931781

    Wow, looks just like the movie and sucks just as bad.