I missed the following comment from Wall Street 2 costar Shia Lebeouf when it was [presumably] posted last weekend, but I want to give him alpha points for trashing '08's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and, by obvious implication, Steven Spielberg.
"I'd already been involved in a movie where I felt like we dropped the ball on a legacy," Lebeouf said during last Saturday's junket. "In that movie, I just felt sort of pigeonholed. Like I didn't have enough meat to chew on. I just feel like we were trying to enforce innocence on an audience that wasn't willing. You can't force things, you know?"
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I guess he means that Lucas/Spielberg enforced innocence" by insisting upon....actually, I can't make that one come together. How does a movie seek to "enforce innocence"?
I can let it go. Any Spielberg protege who breaks ranks and shits on the boss wins points in the HE book.