Die Hard

Director: John McTiernan

(1988| 131 minutes| 18)

Christmas is not a good time of year in the McClane family. Especially for John McClane, who always happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. He had intended to spend a nice, quiet Christmas with his wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) and children, ironing out his marital problems. Unfortunately for John, a group of terrorists, led by the suave Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), has other ideas: taking over a high-rise office building and holding the attendees of a Christmas party (including Holly) hostage, they begin breaking into the building’s vault. However, one thing that Hans didn’t plan on was McClane, the self-professed ‘fly in the ointment,’ who is on the loose inside. Die Hard is a modern action classic and watching it on the big screen is a joy – it’s a lavish, noisy extravaganza that gets the adrenaline flowing and doesn’t slow down until the end credits are rolling to the tune of Let It Snow.

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