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What do locals think of "Indy?"

Stina Sieg
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

EL JEBEL, Colorado ” This weekend, pumped people across the country will pack into theaters to see “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” But is it worth the hype? Here, folks at a Friday matinee at Movieland Cinemas give their two cents.

Lives in: Glenwood Springs

Describe the Indiana Jones character in a word: “Jovial.”

How was this installment? “It’s a great movie. It was very much in the theme of ‘Indiana Jones.’ It was exactly what you’d expect it to be.”

What’s your favorite “Indy” film of all time? “I think the first one was maybe my favorite, just because I was younger. All that adventure.”

Lives in: Marble

Describe the Indiana Jones character in a word: “Swashbuckling.”

How was this installment? “I enjoyed it. It was very much in character with the first couple of them.”

What’s your favorite “Indy” film of all time? “Probably the first one, because it was different then. It was a new character, and it was a new franchise. This one, unfortunately, reminded me of ‘National Treasure,’ the most recent ‘National Treasure.'”

Lives in: Marble

Describe the Indiana Jones character in a word: “Hero.”

How was this installment? “I thoroughly enjoyed it. I really enjoyed the special effects. I thought Cate Blanchett played a very good villain. And it was a pleasure to see John Hurt again.”

What’s your favorite “Indy” film of all time? “This installment was fun, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was just go-go-go, and it didn’t give you a chance to breath. I would say it’s my favorite.”

Lives in: Basalt

Describe the Indiana Jones character in a word: “Adventurous.”

How was this installment? “It was good. It kept my attention.”

What’s your favorite “Indy” film of all time? “I wasn’t even born when they came out. It’s (this one is) definitely my favorite, because it’s the only one I’ve ever seen.”


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