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The timeless one, the decent one, the great one with the bad ending and the ok one that feels soulless. All in one box.
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...and not the absolutely terrible one that is best forgotten. Wise move on the studio's part. Some things are best left kemo sahbeed, mofos.
bigblockofcheese25/08/2020 19:14

...and not the absolutely terrible one that is best forgotten. Wise move …...and not the absolutely terrible one that is best forgotten. Wise move on the studio's part. Some things are best left kemo sahbeed, mofos.


Why did you even mention it! How careless of you! 😁 I think no. 4 was pretty good.

I can't believe the studio tried to get a prequel into production. Like we're supposed to believe that John McClane had a big adventure before the Nakatomi Tower incident.
Clearly a mistake on the Amazon product page which states Discs: 1!

Shame, this release doesn’t include the extra disc of Bonus Features. Would have purchased it if it did.
cheekster25/08/2020 21:52

Clearly a mistake on the Amazon product page which states Discs: 1! …Clearly a mistake on the Amazon product page which states Discs: 1! Shame, this release doesn’t include the extra disc of Bonus Features. Would have purchased it if it did.


I'd say most if not all the extra features are on youtube
@jimel summed up the films perfectly there in the description I really enjoy Die Hard 4 though, I love the plot of this one, it was always on the move and keeping the action fresh. And honestly Timothy Olyphant was a seriously underrated villain too, better than 2 & 5's no doubt.
Yeah, I liked 4 too. I mean, I liked 1, 2, 3 and 4. They each had something to add. And then came 5. The Bud Light of Bruce. What a soulless, lifeless, excrescence of a film. I could write a multi-volume set of books, Game Of Thrones style, of how terrible it is. I still feel the sting of personal offence taken, seven years after leaving the multiplex. I still have an uncontrollable urge to insert my head into a wall at the merest mention of the name Jai Courtney. Apologies, I'm off for my therapy session now.
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