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crowningmomentoffacepunch:

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Puncher: Marion RavenwoodPunchee: Indiana Jones
Memorable Lines:  "This is my place. Get out!"
Why it’s Awesome:  When an old flame tells you something like “I always knew you’d walk through my door again” there are a lot of things you might reasonably expect.  Nostalgia.  Help for old time’s sake.  A rekindled romance perhaps.  But what Indy in fact gets is a punch in the face (and one he almost certainly has coming).  And she punches him in the middle of small talk at that!  It tells you everything you need to know about Marion right off the bat.  No-nonsense, strong, angry, with no time or patience for Indy’s BS.  And… strangely masculinized.  In the same context, a more traditional heroine would have slapped him - but Marion drinks like a man, smokes like a man, and fights like a man.  She is intended to catch us off guard, and she catches Indy even more so.  They could be the poster child (children?) for Belligerent Sexual Tension.  Not only is Marion in no way your typical damsel in distress, but she’s the only person in the movie who gets to punch both the villain and the hero in the face.
Where to find it?: Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

crowningmomentoffacepunch:

this post requested by thetimeninja

Puncher: Marion Ravenwood
Punchee: Indiana Jones

Memorable Lines:  "This is my place. Get out!"

Why it’s Awesome:  When an old flame tells you something like “I always knew you’d walk through my door again” there are a lot of things you might reasonably expect.  Nostalgia.  Help for old time’s sake.  A rekindled romance perhaps.  But what Indy in fact gets is a punch in the face (and one he almost certainly has coming).  And she punches him in the middle of small talk at that!  It tells you everything you need to know about Marion right off the bat.  No-nonsense, strong, angry, with no time or patience for Indy’s BS.  And… strangely masculinized.  In the same context, a more traditional heroine would have slapped him - but Marion drinks like a man, smokes like a man, and fights like a man.  She is intended to catch us off guard, and she catches Indy even more so.  They could be the poster child (children?) for Belligerent Sexual Tension.  Not only is Marion in no way your typical damsel in distress, but she’s the only person in the movie who gets to punch both the villain and the hero in the face.

Where to find it?: Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

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