Die Hard


Action / Thriller

IMDb Rating 8.2


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Reviewed by ivo-cobra8 10

R.I.P. Alan Rickman (1946 - 2016) one of the best and my all time favorite villains. This actor get&#39;s my respect! You will be missed! I love you! <br/><br/>Die Hard is by far one of the greatest best action movies of all time till this day for a lot of reasons. It has intense Action, Drama, Thriller, twists, great dialogue, explosions, fights. Exploding building, great helicopter explosion action scenes. John McClane is one man against a whole team of terrorists. He single shoots them all down.High above the city of L.A., a team of terrorists has seized a building Nakatomi Plaza taken hostages and declared war. But one man slips away unnoticed an off duty cop named John McClane and now he&#39;s the only chance anyone has. <br/><br/>A cracking Action Thriller from beginning to end, Die Hard explodes with heart-stopping suspense! Even tough the movies was filmed in the 80&#39;s It is still today a classic action movie. I like German Terrorist, they siege a building on a Christmas eve. They killed hostages and they wanted to blow off a roof with every hostage on it but they did not count on one thing a New York Cop who will stop at nothing to spoiled there plans. Every time I see this movie I can not stop watching it. There are a lot of movies made in A Die Hard Style but there is one movie that it is awesome and this is Bruce Willis Die Hard (1988). I love LAPD, Sgt. Al Powell and deputy Dwayne T. Robinson they are awesome. John McClane is an ordinary guy, he is separated from his estranged wife, his children and he is going on a holiday for a visit his family. He is an anti hero and an easy guy to like but a hard man to kill, who is trying to do something that is right,trying to safe hostages, he even tried to safe Ellis&#39;s life, while that guy tried to save himself. <br/><br/>There are my favorite memorable Action scenes like: McClane jumps off an exploding roof with a fire hose attached to his waist and then shooting through a window to gain re-entry. Dropping a C-4 bomb down an elevator shaft,destroying a building, McClane taping his gun to his back at the climax. McClane crawling through elevator shafts. One of the greats action movies ever made and my favorite of all time.<br/><br/>Plot: John McClane (Bruce Willis), an NYPD detective who arrives in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve to visit his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) during an office party at the business tower where she is a vice president. When terrorists led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) seize the tower and hold Holly and 30 others hostage, McClane then finds himself the only one who can thwart the terrorists&#39; plans. <br/><br/>Die hard is the best action movie it is 131 min long, the facts i like: John was wearing the gun at the airplane because he was afraid that someone wouldn&#39;t hijacked the plane i read on the novel Wikipedia Nothing lasts forever, John&#39;s was climbing on the elevator,John Jumped of the roof when it blows trough window. FBI agents were shooting at him, this movie completely rocks. John McClaine was alone,tired and only Sergeant Al Powell give a damn about him.<br/><br/>Bruce Willis character John McClane is definitely the best Iconic Hero ever made and created. Bruce Willis acted and portrayed Terrific John McClane and his rescue attempt. Alan Rickman did a terrific job as Hans Gruber the most Iconic terrorist villain and the leader mastermind ever. Alexander Godunov as Karl, Hans main savage henchman did an excellent job as been a crazy terrorist. Reginald VelJohnson as Sgt. Al Powel was fantastic! I seriously love this actor and his character he was the only one who believed John McClane, he wasn&#39;t his sidekick he was helping him all along. Bonnie Bedelia as Holly Gennaro-McClane, John&#39;s estranged wife did a wonderful job she acted the character all well. I love Paul Gleason as Dwayne T. Robinson, the Deputy Chief of Police how he was yelling on John McClane calling him bad names and so on, I seriously I love him.Robert Davi and Grand L. Bush appear as FBI Special Agent Big Johnson and Agent Little Johnson, respectively they both did a great job and I seriously love them both. They both later start together in Manic Cop 3: Badge of Silence. I love those two actors. De&#39;voreaux White as Argyle, John&#39;s limousine driver also did a terrific job, like: how he stopped Theo, Hans Mastermind Terrorist. Clarence Gilyard Jr. also did an excellent job as the second main mastermind terrorist he acted very well. He later appeared in Walker, Texas Ranger (TV Series) alongside Chuck Norris and become a true iconic memorable hero as Ranger James Trivette. <br/><br/>I love this Film to death, I love it!!! And It will always stay in my heart Forever! <br/><br/>Die Hard is a 1988 American action film directed by John McTiernan and written by Steven E. De Souza and Jeb Stuart. <br/><br/>10/10 Grade: Bad Ass Seal Of Approval Studio: 20TH Century Fox Starring: Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia, Reginald VelJohnson Director: John McTiernan Producer: Joel Silver Rated: R Running Time: 2Hrs. 11Mins. Budget: $28 Million Box Office $140,767,956 Based On: Nothing Lasts Forever By Roderick Throp

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Reviewed by gogoschka-1 10

Seeing &#39;Die Hard&#39; for the first time as a teenager was a one-of-a-kind experience. This level of raw, &quot;edge-of-your-seat&quot; action was unknown to me prior to this film; it made my head spin and the intensity of it was nearly unbearable. When it was over, I could only think of one word: Wow!<br/><br/>For a long time - at least in western cinema - the only &quot;true&quot; action movies (by that I mean films that were all about the action and you went to see them because of the action) were the &#39;James Bond&#39; movies. They had the most unreal stunts and crazy, over the top action sequences that you could imagine at the time, and they were (and still are) great fun. However, they usually lacked three vital ingredients:<br/><br/>1. A sense of realism (meaning: the hero is only human and can get hurt)<br/><br/>2. Grit (messy, unpolished action, dirty people and LOTS of swearing)<br/><br/>3. R-rated violence (showing the audience what real weapons do to the human body)<br/><br/>Well, it took John McTiernan to bring those three key elements together in &#39;Die Hard&#39; - and thus the modern action film was born (it had a good run through the late eighties until the end of the nineties ? then the studios figured out they could maximise the box-office by taming down the swearing, violence and sex and thus, alas, the contemporary, toothless PG-13 action film was born). Sure, there have been a couple of others before McTiernan&#39;s masterpiece (&#39;First Blood&#39;, &#39;Terminator&#39;, &#39;Predator&#39; - which was also by McTiernan - or &#39;Lethal Weapon&#39; and probably some more), but those films could have fallen into any number of other categories as well (&#39;Adventure-/Survival-/War-&#39;, &#39;Sci- Fi&#39;, &#39;Horror-&#39; or &#39;Buddy-movie&#39;) ? and I can&#39;t think of another film that was just such a relentless, pure-action-from-the-beginning-to-the-end film as was &#39;Die Hard&#39;. To me, it&#39;s the ultimate thrill ride. The formula has since been repeated so many times, but the original still sets the standard by which I judge an action film. Should be seen every Christmas. 10 stars out of 10.<br/><br/>Favorite Films: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls054200841/<br/><br/>Lesser-known Masterpieces: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls070242495/<br/><br/>Favorite Low-Budget and B-movies: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls054808375/<br/><br/>Favorite TV-Shows reviewed: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls075552387/

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Reviewed by Spikeopath 10

Based on ex cop Roderick Thorpe&#39;s 1979 novel Nothing Lasts Forever, Die Hard, directed by John McTiernan, changed the face of the action movie. Starring Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia, Reginald Veljohnson, Alexander Godunov, William Atherton &amp; Paul Gleason, McTiernan&#39;s movie went on to make over $100 million in profit at the box office alone. Spawning three equally successful sequels (at the time of writing), it began a franchise that showed that if done well, the action movie could be a dominant force in the world of cinema. <br/><br/>The set up is relatively simple, Willis plays New York cop John McLane who during the Christmas holidays is in L.A. to visit his estranged wife Holly (Bedelia). She works for the Japanese Corporation of Nakatomi, and currently she&#39;s attending the company Christmas party up on the 30th floor of the humongous Nakatomi Plaza tower block. Bad day at the office because a group of apparent German terrorists, led by the charismatic Hans Gruber (Rickman), take the whole building hostage: with one exception; McLane, who evades capture and launches a one man war against the terrorists. <br/><br/>What follows is just over two hours of high octane action, smart dialogue and technical smarts. McTiernan had already endeared himself to the action movie fan with the ball busting beef stew that was Predator in 87, a fact not lost on Die Hard&#39;s co producer Joel Silver, who clearly knew that McTiernan could smoothly shift the action from the Val Verde jungle to the urban jungle of L.A. And he did. Next was to get the right man for McLane. Richard Gere was first choice but passed, so the makers took a gamble on Willis, whose career was at a standstill after his leap from TV show Moonlighting on to the big screen with the likes of Blind Date &amp; Sunset barely making a ripple in Hollywood. The rest for Willis, as they say, is history. McLane is an everyman hero, streetwise, even slobbish, but identifiable to many with his work ethics, desperate heroics and emotional vulnerability. Willis attacks the role with a hunger rarely seen from the big male earners in filmdom. During the two hours and ten minute running time of Die Hard, Willis as McLane changed the face of the action hero for ever; even making a dirty white vest iconic in the process; the latter of which couples nicely with the hero being bare footed throughout for a nifty bit of writing. <br/><br/>Across the board the casting is flawless, Bedelia is spunky and driven, a woman worth fighting for. Veljohnson as beat copper Al Powell-McLane&#39;s walkie-talkie buddy and only link to the outside world-is memorable because it feels real, he has his own issue gnawing away at him, but his exchanges with Willis keeps the humanity grounded as the carnage unfolds. Gleason &amp; Atherton are wonderfully anal as Deputy Police Chief and TV Reporter respectively, while Hart Bochner as Ellis dishes out one of the best weasel turns to have ever graced a movie featuring corporate suit types. But as Die Hard resembles the great Westerns of yesteryear, much like the great Oaters, Die Hard could only be as good as its chief villain. As Willis&#39; McLane ushered in a new action hero to copy, Rickman&#39;s uber intelligent villain set a new benchmark. <br/><br/>Snappily dressed, well versed and as charming as they come, Gruber in Rickman&#39;s hands is a villain you could quite easily root for! That&#39;s further testament to Willis&#39; turn that Rickman doesn&#39;t walk away with the movie, both men are from different sides of the fence, good and evil, yet both are characters you can hang your hat on. Quite a trick from McTiernan that. Rickman is ably supported by the scary Godunov as right hand man Karl and Clarence Gilyard Jr. as the cold hearted Theo. Elsewhere the impact of Robert Davi &amp; Grand L. Bush as the two cocksure FBI agents Johnson &amp; Johnson (no relation) should not be underestimated. All the actors, of course, are indebted to the sizzling script by Steven E. de Souza &amp; Jeb Stuart. So to is praise due to photographer Jan de Bont, who in collaboration with McTiernan, produces a camera work lesson for action movies, as the camera swoops in and around the tower, down elevator shafts and up tilt to roofs; with the fight scenes afforded a spatial sheen not expected in the confines of a tower block setting (the film was actually shot at 20th Century Fox&#39;s own 2121 Fox Plaza). Even the scoring from Michael Kamen and the sound tracking are of a high standard; check out the various &quot;mood&quot; uses of Beethoven&#39;s Ode to Joy from Symphony No.9 and Bach&#39;s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 In G Major: Brilliant. <br/><br/>The 80s was well served by action movies with the likes of Lethal Weapon and Beverly Hills Cop proving massively popular. But just as Raiders Of The Lost Ark changed the game for action/adventure, so too did Die Hard. It&#39;s now the benchmark movie for action, a film that unlike Hills Cop &amp; Lethal Weapon remarkably shows no signs of ageing either. It&#39;s no monkey in the wrench or a fly in the ointment, it&#39;s the daddy, and the one that all other action movies have to answer to. 10/10

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