The title was inevitable wasn’t it?
A rather brutal knife fight between John McClane and Alik, the film’s first chief baddie and apparently something of a Krav Maga master.
We get to say “Yippee-ky-yay POTUS” twice this year. Michael Moran reports on the first of two planned destructions of the White House.
Following I, Robot, Fox are getting ready for the rumble in the 3D jungle.
Sometimes you just have to let someone know that you are a-ok.
This does no credit to Bruce Willis. The man was in Twelve Monkeys, Pulp Fiction, Looper and Moonlighting, you know?
I was remiss in not posting this a couple of weeks back but it just crossed my mind again, I realised it had yet to “go wide” and so I thought I’d share it. Why not? So… here’s the short …
if the child-friendly cut down has left you personally jonesing for a more adult-oriented Die Hard fix, and you’ve played your copy of the original until the silicon turned to vinegar, there might still be an option… or maybe not really…
Adi Tantimedh writes; Oh look, there’s another DIE HARD movie that nobody asked for. The critics hate it. Even Bruce Willis looks tired and bored of the whole thing. But it has what the genre demands: ‘SPOLSIONS! LOTS AND LOTS …
A Good Day To Buy Hard, eh? Eh?
Will Fox’s decision impact on the film’s box office? That would really be the only way to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
Jai Courtney co-stars in A Good Day To Die Hard as John McClane’s son. I sat down to speak with him at the end of last week.
20th Century Fox have played the game very differently in the UK than in the US.
“Will there be a sixth Die Hard film?” “Yes.”
February 13th will be A Good Day To Keep Dying Hard All Day.
No need for melon farming on a Good Day to Die Hard.