Mind Blowing Movie Facts

Mind Blowing Movie Facts

BuzzFeed presents a handful of movie trivia, including the reason Indiana Jones shoots the guy with the sword in Raiders of the Lost Ark, resulting in an unplanned classic movie moment, and one possible reason Avatar got made.

The Most Dedicated Mailman

The Most Dedicated Mailman

We wish we had the tenacity of this mailman, who probably has the most difficult route ever, which includes the likes of Indiana Jones, Freddy Krueger and Iron Man. Then again, we do enjoy laying on the couch watching cartoons.

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Alley of Doom

Alley of Doom

The Awesome Foundation helped Laurenellen McCann realize her idea for a pop-up game that lets you recreate Indiana Jones’ famous boulder run IRL. Hopefully one pops up near us soon!

Freddiew and the Last Crusade

Freddiew and the Last Crusade

Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch do their best impressions of Harrison Ford and Sean Connery, recreating the best scene from the worst Indiana Jones movie, thanks to director Devin Supertramp.

Dora the Explorer: The Movie

Dora the Explorer: The Movie

The successor to Indiana Jones, Nathan Drake, Lara Croft and your Spanish teacher. She can do anything, as long as you repeat what she says. Starring Ariel Winter of Modern Family.

Harrison Ford Watches Indy

Harrison Ford Watches Indy

Harrison Ford watches Indiana Jones for the first time and is utterly blown away. Or not. Dogfood Films mashed up scenes from Indy movies with the equally strange video of Ford playing Uncharted 3.

Good Table Manners

Good Table Manners

OneMinuteGalactica takes a scene from Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom to illustrate how good manners at the table can save your life. Just be sure to hold on to your potatoes, Dr. Jones!

Indy vs. Mola Ram

Indy vs. Mola Ram

Depicting one of Tinseltown’s most epic battles, this Indiana Jones vs. Mola Ram diorama should set hearts ablaze for movie fans; it stands 16.5″ high and is made of polystone.

LEGO Train Diorama

LEGO Train Diorama

It’s been awhile since we featured a LEGO diorama, but Young Indiana Jones-inspired Train Raid scene is just too good to pass up; it features 53 minifigs, including Indy and Pancho Villa.

LEGO: Temple of Doom

LEGO: Temple of Doom

This LEGO Temple of Doom shows archaeology’s hidden perks: Wild mine cart chase? Check. Deadly traps and flames? Check. Indiana Jones pissing off a temple priest? Run!

LucasArts x Steam Games

LucasArts x Steam Games

A little bit over-hyped, but still a huge boon to PC gamers, LucasArts is releasing a slew of their classic games on Steam Wednesday; look you’ll see The Dig, Indiana Jones and more.

Ural T Sidecar

Ural T Sidecar

Ever wanted to relive Indiana Jones 3 or countless other WW2 epics? Ural’s T Sidecar Motorcycle does the job: it packs a 40hp 750cc engine and is the most affordable of Ural’s offerings.

Intro Cinematic: Wolfenstein

Intro Cinematic: Wolfenstein

Remember Indiana Jones, before it was ruined? This cinematic intro for Wolfenstein is nothing short of bad ass, with plenty of Nazi butt kicking and secret weapons a-la Temple of Doom.

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John Williams A Capella

John Williams A Capella

Above is a goofy lip-synched a capella video by Corey Vidal, done to John William themes including Star Wars and Indiana Jones; it was done with the original singers’ blessing.

Wood Sci-Fi Sculptures

Wood Sci-Fi Sculptures

Michael Rea is like the boy that never grew up, and we envy him for that. He creates wood sculptures with a sci-fi/geeky twist, from Indiana Jones’ Lost Ark to giant samurai mecha.

T-Rex Buckle

T-Rex Buckle

Mede for well-heeled archaeologists (or one with a Holy Grail under their belt), this T-Rex Buckle is made with sterling silver by Kieselstein-Cord and costs a whopping 2500 bones.

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