Die Hard (1988). Bruce Willis Best Film. Comments



Die hard is a 1998 action film directed by John McTiernan featuring Bruce willis.

Pure entertainment in this classic from the 80s.

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Tough New York cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) finds himself in a tight spot when an office building in Los Angeles is stormed by terrorists. Other than him, everyone in the building – including his wife – is held at gunpoint as their captors voice their demands. The FBI is called in to investigate the situation, but John McClane has other plans for the terrorists… (Filmaffinity)

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“The idea of ​​the film as an advertisement for itself, as a self-projection in mass media, is no coincidence – it is one of the film’s crucial reflections of the cultural moment in which it has been achieved. ” Richard Brody: The New Yorker

“Few of the films that fall into the genre of ‘mindless entertainment’ have as much interest as this film. Not only is it a thrill ride, but it has one of the best movie villains in recent memory (… ) Note: ???? (out of 4) ” James Berardinelli: ReelViews

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Die Hard (1988)

Movie title: Die hard

Description of the film: Tough New York cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) finds himself in a tight spot when an office building in Los Angeles is stormed by terrorists. Other than him, everyone else in the building – including his wife – are held at gunpoint as their captors voice their demands. The FBI is called in to investigate the situation, but John McClane has other plans for the terrorists … (Filmaffinity)

Date published: December 26, 2021

Country: United States

Duration: 131 minutes

Author: Martin Cid

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Director (s): John McTiernan

Actors): Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedelia, Alan Rickman, Alexander Godunov, Paul Gleason, Reginald Veljohnson, William Atherton

Kind: Action thriller

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One of the best action movies of all time.


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