Hey, man! This is a tough one for me. Maybe the first because it was first. Haven't seen A Good Day to Die Hard (2013) yet. The third one with Samuel Jackson Die Hard with a Vengeance is really good too. Yippie-Ki-Yay! Good question! )
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Love the first one and the third one. Couldn't stand #2 and haven't seen any others.
For me, the first one is still the gold standard for the franchise. My least favorite is #2, though I'll get in the mood for it from time to time. This most recent one was fine, it was just waaaay too short. The action is a bit overblown, but that's common in this series by now. But at 97 minutes, #5 is the only one that comes in under 2 full hours.
The first one where we first meet John McClane. It was all just too perfect. Alan Rickman was such a fabulous bad guy. I can see it all in my mind. The first was the best. By the way, I have never seen the other Die Hard's. You can't top the original. Yippee kay yay!
First one of course and number 3 was pretty good too
by Nira Perkins5 years ago
What movies have you seen that are similar to Die Hard?
by IslandBites4 years ago
So this year is Die Hard 25th anniversary. What is your favorite scene or line from the movie? 20TH CENTURY FOX
by VenomsEdge7 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 Shakka James5 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 nightwork43 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 Ms.Lavae8 years ago
Was is scary to you or just plain stupid.
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