You would have to be from another planet to have missed the three trailers and numerous TV spots for the latest installment of Indy -- and I would wager even life on other planets has heard of this one, actually. There's the first, and arguably best, trailer that hearkens back to the first three movies and spends its time on the iconic imagery and action that makes Indiana Jones who he is (that hat; the bullwhip). It gives us enough of a taste of the new film (Shia LaBeouf and Cate Blanchett) to leave us wanting to go without spoiling even a little bit of anything. Then the second trailer gave us more insight into this movie, explaining what the mission is: Indy's after the "crystal skull," "supposedly made out of solid gold." I don't know if it's just me, but how can a skull -- or anything else -- be "crystal" and "solid gold"? Oh, who cares about facts? This is Indiana Jones. We also learn here that Cate asks (or forces, at swordpoint) for Indy to help her find the skull. She appears to be a bad guy, though, so I'm guessing Indy's not going to work with her. Indy spends lots of time protecting/mentoring Shia and even more time doing fun and crazy action sequences that only Harrison Ford can pull off, even in his 60s apparently. Trailer three, then, is a mishmash of the first two: It gives us backstory and iconic images, but also fills us in on what this one's about and gives us a small glimpse of the film. Blanchett is sporting a sort of ludicrous Russian accent and there are the usual unbelievable special effects, but if you aren't excited about this movie, you might want to check your pulse. Because it's been 20 years since we've had Indy and it's likely this will be the last time we get to see him, at last played by Harrison Ford. I mean, nothing against the guy, but he can't keep doing this into his 80s, can he?