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  Darth Skuldren
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This is the first time I've ever heard it suggested that he was an android. I really liked Blade Runner. It was a good sci-fi flick with an interesting story. Plus I love Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer.
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
This is the first time I've ever heard it suggested that he was an android. I really liked Blade Runner. It was a good sci-fi flick with an interesting story. Plus I love Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer.


Here is the interview with Ridley Scott about it incase anyone is interested:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7o0rvVxU0w


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See, there we go, now its out in the open.
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Hmmm, now I'm intrigued by Blade Runner. I may have to see if my library has it.

And now, in honor of this Harrison Ford thread, perhaps it would be fun for everyone to list their favorite Ford movies. I'll start:

1. Empire Strikes Back. Duh.
2. A New Hope
3. Return of the Jedi (obviously, SW had to take the top three)
4. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark
6. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
7. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
8. Air Force One
9. The Fugitive
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1. Empire Strikes Back
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark
3. Patriot games
4. The Fugitive
5. A New Hope
6. Return of the Jedi
7. Last Crusade
8. Temple of Doom
9. Anything he's done but Crystal Skull

I'm sorry, but he shouldn't have signed onto that. He was alright in it, but the movie itself was awful as an Indy movie, and there was no reason for Shia. I'm tired of him. He can't act more than one character, and he's grown annoying. Sorry Harrison, but that was a mistake, that movie.
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Aw, sorry you feel that way. I thought Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was pretty good. Not the best Indy film, of course, but I liked it better than Temple of Doom. And I didn't mind Shia at all. Though, granted, he does seem to be everywhere these days. Seeing the same person over and over can get tiring.
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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:
Aw, sorry you feel that way. I thought Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was pretty good. Not the best Indy film, of course, but I liked it better than Temple of Doom. And I didn't mind Shia at all. Though, granted, he does seem to be everywhere these days. Seeing the same person over and over can get tiring.


I just thought aliens was stretchin it. And lines like 'they went to the space between spaces' were a little uneccessary. It coulda been aright, they just tried too hard to hit a more 'trendy' and 'edgy' audience and wound up making a mistake with a classic charater
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I remember seeing a couple of his movies shortly after seeing Star Wars and I thought is this the same guy?! He's so serious. Neutral Anyone see Regarding Henry? Other than Star Wars that is my favourite of his movies.
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Harrison Ford could so play the older Han Solo! Doesn't he just look like Han to you? I'm telling you...this guy has trouble getting old. Wink



Disclaimer: And yes, I know there are plenty of pictures we could choose from that make him look as old as he is, if not older, but let's not go there!
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Han Solo forever. Wink
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If Han Solo was to face off with Indiana Jones, who would win? (no Chewbacca)
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Yea, he does look a bit old, but perfectly capable of portraying Han Solo again.


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Some days he looks like this though, and I don't see Han at all -



But then, there's him in Indiana IV, and he looks older, but no too old to pull off Han.



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Plus in the fist pic, there was the earring.....Confused
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Eh, just ignore it. Who knows...Chewie may have dared him. Or he lost a bet with Lando. Wink
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