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Lets All Have Fun With Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

With The Dial of Destiny hitting the big screens this week I just wanted to stop, take a breath and say to everyone who is planning on going to see it we really hope you have a blast!

However, it's okay not to like something and still be a fan and on the flip side it's okay to like everything about a franchise.  There will be some who love the movie and some who don't.  What we don't like is if the name-calling and ridiculing starting because someone is sat on one side of the camp and strongly disagrees with anyone else's opinion.  Just remember everyone is different and will have different tastes.  I'm sure over the coming week or so we will post content regarding the movie and will be a number of comments.  Lets try to respect each other's opinions.  

On the subject of opinions, the other thing is we aim to bring you are honest reviews of the movie.  We were invited to the LA and London premieres but we want to assure you that these events and hype will not deter us from giving an honest review.  Please remember if we don't like it we're still fans of the franchise.  If we love it I can assure you we are not being paid to heap praise on the movie.  It will be honest opinions from fans for fans but at the end of the day it's just our take on a movie.

As I say we hope you all have a fantastic time watching the movie and enjoy two hours of a good old fashioned adventure story.

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