Today is Wednesday, so although we're finally getting over the mid-week hump the weekend can still seem pretty far off. To help you guys get through the next few days, I present to you the short film by FinalCutKing, Indiana Bones: Raiders of the Lost Bark.
It's basically the plot of beloved Steven Spielberg classic Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark with the brilliant addition of puppies. It even includes a few dastardly felines, you know, for dramatic effect.Yes! Puppies and kittens!
If this video doesn't brighten your day a bit, then I don't know what will.
According to co-Director/Producers Zach King and Jadon Gauthier, all it took to make this short movie was the following:
3 rolls of duct tape, 108 glue sticks, 18 large boxes of cardboard, a few all nighters with an adorable puppy.
Time to to let out a collective "d'awwwww!" Also, talk about some serious acting chops from, the very aptly named pup, Indiana. Someone give Indie an award...or some chops for that matter.
Since I know some of you are on mobile and might not have the desire to watch this video despite my very compelling argument of why you should (puppies), let's do a quick rundown of some of the cutest moments from Indiana Bones: Raiders of the Lost Bark:
You are so freakin' cute, Indiana Bones. Stop being so cute!
No way. He's wearing a vest and a hat. Stop it.
Be careful, Indie! Those are tiny cardboard arrows we're talking about.
This is the cutest, most unreal action shot I've ever seen. Stop. It.
Stop it with that tiny hat. You stop it right now.
What is it, boy?
Kitten Nazis driving tiny trucks, of course. How silly of me.
And they can fly?
And operate tiny tanks?! Staaahp.
Looks like Indiana is in quite the pickle.
Kitten no! Don't open the Ark of the Covenant. That's not yours!
"This is your captain speaking. We're ready for takeoff and will begin our ascent into cuteness shortly."
You're so talented, Indie.
Home safe and sound. Almost like nothing happened.
So huge thanks to Zach and Jadon for taking the time to make this absolutely adorable short movie and totally making my day.
Which other Spielberg movie would you want to see this gifted puppy star in next?
(Via: Geek Tyrant)