Die Hard clones were all the rage for a while in the late 80s/early 90s weren't they? Off the top of my head...
Under Siege = "Die Hard" on a Navy Ship
Under Siege 2 = "Die Hard" on a train
Sudden Death = "Die Hard" in a hockey arena
Air Force One = "Die Hard" on the President's Airplane
Passenger 57 ="Die Hard" on a commercial airliner
by manofmystery24 5 years ago
What do you think was the best Die Hard Movie?
by IslandBites 5 years ago
So this year is Die Hard 25th anniversary. What is your favorite scene or line from the movie? 20TH CENTURY FOX
by Shakka James 5 years ago
I have watched so many movies in my time and it never fails that the first to die is always a black person. Or, is it just me? Has anyone else noticed this trend? If so, why do you think this is?
by VenomsEdge 8 years ago
Yeah year doesn't matter, I'm still thrilled off of Ninja Assassin that movie was decent, truly a movie that kept me off my seat or the fact I drank to much soda...
by nightwork4 3 years ago
is it so hard to admit that when you die, it's over.i get a kick out of how scared of death religious people are. they want everyone to believe in heaven and hell so that death is so much nicer .
by pgrundy 8 years ago
I know that kind of falls outside the Christians versus atheists ongoing theme of the religion section here, but I thought I'd just offer it up as a bit of reality. This is what I believe: Life is hard and then you die. You can either be kind to others and try to alleviate suffering while you're...
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