Moments after the final credits stopped the first Indiana Jones movie in 18 years, Eric and J.D. turn on the camera and record their instant reaction. Not only did they screen “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” early, but the movie played at the Screenland Armour, a 1920s theater in Kansas City that has been newly restored to its old glory. It was a fitting debut for a cool, retro-designed theater. But how was the movie?