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Films which inspired Metal Gear-Die Hard

“Die Hard” of course is the 1988 action film that propelled actor Bruce Willis-formerly of the drama moonlighting-into superstardom. Willis played John McClane, a NYPD police officer visiting his estranged wife for Christmas in her office complex in LA-when suddenly the building is seized by a group of villains-outwardly anarchists to their hostages, their victims, and the police that soon surround the building-but actually, in fact, they’re after the millions of dollars in the company vaults. 1,080 more words

A good day to die hard

Die hard … junior version!

The fastest way to kill a franchise is to make a half-fast, big bang-blockbuster with no story and a mediocrity of action scenes, much like… 925 more words

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Die Hard With A Venge-Ance: The Review

Director: John McTiernan
Cast: Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Jeremy Irons, Sam Phillips, Nick Wyman
Plot: A bomber leaves cryptic clues and threats for the police, demanding that John McClane (Willis) follow out a sadistic game of Simon Says. 633 more words

Reviews From The Past

Episode 14: A Good Day To Die Hard

In This Episode:

The discussion was meant to centre on the fifth installment in the Die Hard franchise, however it is possibly the worst film Chris and Allen have looked at for the show to date. 605 more words

Die Hard with a vengeance

Different … but never too far away!

Slightly better than the second one but not as good as the first, Die hard with a vengeance… 854 more words

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Die Hard 2

A typical sequel: bigger, louder but not as good as the first!

After the masterpiece that was Die Hard, John McClane returned in a sequel that’s bigger in every way though never holds up the same quality in entertainment. 626 more words

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Die Hard

The birth of the modern action movie … 

Every decade or so, an action movie comes out that rewrites history.  A movie that changes things forever, that breaks new ground and serves as an inspiration for countless other movies and filmmakers afterwards.   723 more words

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