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(Ace Showbiz)   Bruce Willis confirms "Die Hard 6: Retire or Die Harder" is a go   (aceshowbiz.com) divider line 5
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2013-02-07 01:16:41 AM
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Die Hard is the greatest Christmas movie ever.
2013-02-07 08:52:51 PM
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Tat'dGreaser: I hope they do so many of them that the last one is his actual funeral.


This... this is kind of brilliant.


Also:

1. Best, obvi
2. I get the hate, but I enjoy it.  Merely entertaining, with all pretense to plausibility thrown out the window
3. Lot of fun.  While 1's the best, 3 seems to be everyone's favorite
4. A generic, unnecessary pile of crap.  Len Wiseman is the most boring director of all time.
5. Likely to be like 4.  Even though I respect that the ads try to remind you that Die Hard is supposed to be FUN.

/Die Hard 6 should be McClane breaking John McTiernan out of prison so we can see good action movies again
2013-02-07 07:44:30 AM
1 votes:
I hope they do so many of them that the last one is his actual funeral. I f*cking love Die Hard movies.
2013-02-07 06:40:19 AM
1 votes:
Now, if they could just make DH6 star Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the really badass McClane...

(Best line from 5: "Now there are only five of them.")
2013-02-07 04:25:22 AM
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I'd like Bruce Willis to get away from the superhero-McLane of Die Hard 4, to return to the everyman-hero-that-gets-the-crap-beat-out-of-him of Die Hard the First. I mea, the younger people may not remember it, but that was what was so groundbreaking about the first one. Not the one-man-against-all-in-an-enclosed-space plot. It was that, for almost the first time, we had somebody relatable as an hero, somebody believable, not an übermench à-la Schwarzenegger, somebody you could point out and say "yeah, if I were in the same situation, and grew some balls, I could do that".
 
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