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Registered: December 1901
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Tue October 30, 2012 11:59am Rating: 10.00 

Nice one. Love old Indiana Jones. That could make for a great movie teamup. Even though a lot of complaints are out there on the last Indiana Jones, I loved it. I even loved the nuclear bomb fridge scene. I mean they had to up the danger somehow even if it meant doing something a little far fetched. I actually thought that was one of the coolest scenes of the movie.

Be good if they made another Doc Savage movie period. I guess the last one was in the 70's.

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