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This DVD set features the 2 disc special editions of all four Die Hard films!

Die Hard (John McTiernan) (1988): New York cop John McClane, facing Christmas alone, flies to Los Angeles to see his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) and their kids in an attempt to patch things up. He arrives at his wife's high tech office building in the middle of their Christmas party just as it is gatecrashed by the ruthless master criminal Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) and a dozen fellow activists intent on relieving the Nakatomi Corporation of six hundred million dollars in negotiable bonds...

Die Hard 2 - Die Harder (Dir. Renny Harlin) (1990): On a snowy Christmas Eve in the nation's capital, a team of terrorists has seized a major International Airport, and now holds thousands of holiday travellers hostage. The terrorists, a renegade band of crack military commandos led by a murderous rogue officer (William Sadler), have come to rescue a drug lord from justice. They've prepared for every contingency, except one: John McClane, an off-duty cop seized by a feeling of deadly de-ja-vu.

Die Hard With A Vengeance (Dir. John McTiernan) (1995): This time, New York cop John McClane (Willis) is the personal target of the mysterious Simon (Jeremy Irons), a terrorist determined to blow up the entire city if he doesn't get what he wants. Accompanied by an unwilling civilian partner (Samuel L. Jackson), McClane careens wildly from one end of New York City to the other as he struggles to keep up with Simon's deadly game.

Die Hard 4.0: Live Free Or Die Hard (Dir. Len Wiseman) (2007): A computer genius is systematically shutting down the computer infrastructure of the US. The mysterious figure behind the scheme seems to have figured out every digital angle, but he hasn't counted on an old fashioned 'analogue' cop, John McClane.

Special Features : -
# Directors Commentary
# Cutting Room
# Audio Mixing
# Outtakes
# Making Off
# Deleted Scenes
# Villains Profile
# Extended Scenes
# Gag Reel
# Interviews
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#1
part is awful
#2
Great find so want to get this, but I've got the 4 disc edition, so would be a waste :(
#3
Hugh Jass!
part is awful


tosh!

and i dont even know which part you meant to say... None of them are awful, even the last one.
#4
Part 4 is crap surfing on a planes wing, that is so crap!
#5
Hugh Jass!
Part 4 is crap surfing on a planes wing, that is so crap!


Its a film, if it was real i would be doing that the now.

Like LOTR and Star Wars etc, now thats crap, from a realistic point of view

(just kidding)
#6
Really loved 4.0, don't quite understand why it seems to get such a bashing all the time...
#7
I think the thing with number 4 is that it broke from the semi-realism of the first three. They were all within the realm of possibility and established the character and his world - then no. 4 came along and you have a vtol raptor (or something) shooting up freeways in LA, cars taking out helicopters and it was True Lies all over again. It was like a different franchise. And Willis just didn't seem the same actor either.

Still bought it and will prob get this edition - cheers!
#8
Edgeman13
I think the thing with number 4 is that it broke from the semi-realism of the first three. They were all within the realm of possibility and established the character and his world - then no. 4 came along and you have a vtol raptor (or something) shooting up freeways in LA, cars taking out helicopters and it was True Lies all over again. It was like a different franchise. And Willis just didn't seem the same actor either.

Still bought it and will prob get this edition - cheers!


wow, seriously, you should be presenting film 2010, i agree with you, just like the indiana jones franchise the 4th one lost the plot.
Great deal still:thumbsup:
#9
Edgeman13
I think the thing with number 4 is that it broke from the semi-realism of the first three. They were all within the realm of possibility and established the character and his world - then no. 4 came along and you have a vtol raptor (or something) shooting up freeways in LA, cars taking out helicopters and it was True Lies all over again. It was like a different franchise. And Willis just didn't seem the same actor either.

Still bought it and will prob get this edition - cheers!


I can't really see much of what happened in parts 1-3 being remotely possible, but I will accept that the jet set piece towards the end was a bit silly.

However, it was fun and to my mind still intrinsically felt like a 'Die Hard' movie. I think a lot of the negativity aimed at it is simply because it feels like a noughties action film, rather than something from the eighties or early nineties, which people struggle with. As far as I'm concerned, it was better than anyone could reasonably have expected it could be, coming 12 years after the last installment.

Roll on Die Hard 5 imo :thumbsup:
#10
K3ane
I can't really see much of what happened in parts 1-3 being remotely possible, but I will accept that the jet set piece towards the end was a bit silly.

However, it was fun and to my mind still intrinsically felt like a 'Die Hard' movie. I think a lot of the negativity aimed at it is simply because it feels like a noughties action film, rather than something from the eighties or early nineties, which people struggle with. As far as I'm concerned, it was better than anyone could reasonably have expected it could be, coming 12 years after the last installment.

Roll on Die Hard 5 imo :thumbsup:


It was the jet bit that pushed it over the top, and the scene with Maggie Q in the power station (without giving anything further away) just didn't feel right for the character. I agree that it could easily have been a lot worse.

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