I should’ve gotten around earlier to posting and/or commenting on the trailer for the fourth Indiana Jones film, releasing May 22 from Paramount. But I was probably busy watching a not-very-good movie on DVD. The truth about the trailer is that the fedora and shadow-play introduction stuff is cool, the quick Roswell-stencil cutaway is appetite-whetting intriguing, and the action beats are all dutifully hit. This is a movie made by pros, and it thus far shows. But one of my good friends is right, Indy’s quip when crashing through a truck windshield (“Damn, I thought that was closer…”) is egregiously misplaced; it should come after the punches he throws. A hit-then-quip order abets the aged-Indy leap of faith the film requires; if they consistently do it vice versa, the movie will suffer mightily for it.