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Die Hard
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Die Hard 1988

description written by member Tim:

John McClane (Willis) arrives in L.A. to join his wife Holly and children for the holidays. His first destination is the Nakatomi Corp which is were Holly works. Her office is having a huge Christmas party and John was invited. Their marriage is hanging by a thread and John is hoping to save it. Shortly after John arrives, terrorist take over the skyscraper in hopes to steal $600 Million in negotiable barabonds from Nakatomi. John armed with his sidearm starts taking out the terrorist one by one.

Release Date:July 15th, 1988
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:131 minutes
Box Office Gross: $83,008,852 (US)
$138,708,852 (World)
Directed By:
No image existsJohn McTiernan
Written By:
No image existsJeb Stuart
No image existsSteven E. de Souza
Bruce WillisBruce Willis
No image existsBonnie Bedelia
Alan RickmanAlan Rickman
No image existsAlexander Godunov
No image existsPaul Gleason
No image existsWilliam Atherton
No image existsReginald Vel Johnson
No image existsHart Bochner
No image existsJames Shigeta
No image existsMary Ellen Trainor
No image existsDe'voreaux White
No image existsRobert Davi
No image existsRic Ducommun
No image existsClarence Gilyard Jr.
No image existsAndreas Wisniewski
No image existsJames Shigeta
No image existsGrand L. Bush
No image existsLorenzo Caccialanza
Al LeongAl Leong
No image existsDennis Hayden
No image existsMatt Landers
No image existsBruno Doyon
No image existsMatt Landers
No image existsJoey Plewa

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Die Hard Movie Review by BillyBob (10/30/2010)

Why-Oh-Why was this movie called "DIE HARD", anyways?

Like, is it because when some guy died he had a hard-on, or something?

And, so, in a sense, he died "hard"??


Of course, I'm just joking here. But, all the same, I think that "DIE HARD" is a really stupid name for a movie, no matter what.

From my perspective,...

(complete Die Hard review by BillyBob)

Die Hard Movie Review by William (8/2/2009)

One cop vs. twelve terrorists, you have got to be kidding me, but of course to Bruce Willis, that doesn't mean anything. Bruce Willis stars John McClane, an off-duty New York City Cop who is in Los Angeles visiting his estranged wife Holly, played by the attractive Bonnie Bedelia, in an office building having a Christmas...

(complete Die Hard review by William)

Die Hard Movie Review by Chris (7/10/2008)

In the city of Los Angeles, a Christmas party is held on the 30th floor of the Nakatomi Plaza Hotel. While the party is going on, downstairs, a band of German terrorists arrive and take the entire building hostage including its employees and attempts a huge robbery. But the only one who eludes capture is New York City Cop...

(complete Die Hard review by Chris)

Die Hard Movie Review by Jarrod (1/2/2008)

'Die Hard' is one of the finest and most thrilling of modern action films, a real trendsetter, filled with amazing stunt work, superb special effects, surprisingly strong performances, and a script that delivers a compelling story and often very funny dialogue. In part, it is a throwback to those disaster movies like The...

(complete Die Hard review by Jarrod)

Die Hard Movie Review by Zara (4/10/2007)

If you go back and watch this movie and remove the nostalgic bias from your eyes, you'll see that many of the stunts that seemed so mind blowing back then are juvenile at best here. The plot thuds along in that way that terrorist plots did back before we were actually attacked on American soil.

No, what makes this movie...

(complete Die Hard review by Zara)

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