Theater Hopper - May 28: It's The Only Way To Explain It

May 28, 2008

Theater Hopper

After a short break, it's back and better than ever! Theater Hopper is a webcomic about all things movies written and illustrated by Tom Brazelton. Starring Tom, his wife Cami, and friend Jared, Theater Hopper perfectly captures Tom's feelings and reactions to recent and upcoming movies in a way that will easily have you laughing every day. Updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, this is the webcomic that every movie-lover out there can't miss! Wednesday's comic has been posted below.

#827 - It's The Only Way To Explain It
Theater Hopper #827 - It's The Only Way To Explain It
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  • Urgh... that stupid monkey part was horrible
  • bltzie
    hhahaha that's funny! and that George Lucas is pitch perfect! great work
  • Dark Padme
    yeah... whatsup with the monkeys?
  • Damn, am I the ONLY one who liked the monkeys?? 😛
  • kevjohn, you might be THE ONLY person I've talked to who liked the monkey. Indy 4 has a lot of head-scratching "WTF?" moments - most of them I was willing to overlook. But those damn monkeys... Why, George? WHY?!
  • Do we know it was George? Nooooooo.
  • You're telling me that whole monkey scene didn't reek of Lucas's Ewok-lovin' mitts?
  • No. I'm saying that it isn't definitely a Lucas idea.
  • Well, considering Lucas's predilection toward kiddie-friendly visuals in the prequels and considering we know he was the only one who didn't sign off on Frank Darabont's Indy 4 screenplay, one could easily leap to the conclusion that George's decision making abilities may not be honed to their finest point. Barring that, it's a comic strip. Consider it artistic license.
  • jason_md2020
    Lucas peaked early simianwise with the "Heil Hitler" monkey in Raiders...




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