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revised In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
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comment In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
Each of the students have their own grievances with Dr. Jones, so he says he'll see them one at a time. If you watch the scene closely, the two girls he first sees are extremely annoyed with him. He acknowledges their frustrated looks, and then promises to see everyone in order.
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answered In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
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comment In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
If you want the scene again, you'll notice that they don't talk about the Cross of Coronado. Marcus simply asks, "Did you get it?". So by your theory, the students would have to be watching through the door and immediately recognize what it was. They could not "eavesdrop".
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comment What happened to the pursuers when the lightning hit?
Good question, but it's kind of a crappy end to the story if he's just struck by lightning at that point. Interesting to know the answer.
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awarded  Critic
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asked How did they get “King Kong” back to New York?
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comment How did Indiana Jones manage to follow Marion to the Island?
Great answer! Nice job.
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comment In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
Another problem: Since nobody knew about the exciting adventure that Indiana Jones had just been on, including Marcus, your answer suggests that these college kids (who are just learning the basics of archaeology) would recognize the Cross of Coronado on sight.
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comment In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, why do the students want his attention?
Here's the problems with your theory: 1) Even Marcus wasn't sure that he had the cross until Indy told him. 2) Indiana didn't just meet them outside of class. 3) Nobody knew about the Cross of Coronado except Indy at that point. Also, what exactly would a news reporter report? The only witness to the whole opening event was Indiana Jones. Are you saying that he got back and immediately called a reporter to do an interview? Why would kids who want his autograph say things like "My grade!"? And also, unless this was the first day of school, wouldn't they have already gotten his autograph?
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comment What Else (Other than Star Wars) Has Lucas Retconned?
I think re-doing all the special effects, and then re-cutting the entire movie is far bigger than making Greedo shoot first!
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awarded  Editor
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comment Why has the role of Bruce Banner been played by different actors in the three films that Hulk has appeared in?
Marvel didn't reboot the series with The Incredible Hulk, it's hinted that it continues from Hulk.
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revised What does the television-esque film style in the episode “I Am Anne Frank, Part II” represent?
Clarifying.
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comment Who are the two stars in Avengers who support superheroes?
Girl = Black Widow -- She was in Iron Man 2. Guy = Hawkeye -- He was in Thor.
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