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  • Die Hard
    • We begin our journey through the "Five Days of Die Hard" with a look at the film that started the franchise. A holiday party in downtown L.A. is threatened by a group of terrorists and there's only one man that can stop them: a beat cop from New York.
  • Die Hard 2: Die Harder
    • Released two years after the original, Die Harder attempted to recapture the magic by giving us more of everything. Sadly, this film is more of a lump of coal than a bright, shiny holiday present.
  • Die Hard With a Vengeance
    • Five years later, John McClane is back. Back in New York, and back fighting against terrorists. This time the whole city is under siege by the mysterious "Simon", and John is drawn into the game against his will for reasons that will all become clear...
  • Live Free or Die Hard
    • After a long hiatus, the Die Hard series returned with the "analog" John McClane forced to take on digital terrorists in the Internet era. He'll need all the help (and luck) he can get to take out yet another group of bad guys.
  • A Good Day to Die Hard
    • And then the series fell right off a cliff. While most were iffy on the fourth film, no one is ever going to come to defend this fifth film in the Die Hard franchise. It's just that bad.

Five Days of Die Hard 2019

  • Air Force One
    • Take a trip with us onto the presidential plane as terrorists take over Air Force One for the kick off of our 2019 "Five Days of Die Hard".
  • Speed
    • Keanu Reeves gives one of his best action performances as a mad bomber terrorizes Los Angeles in this crowd-pleasing Die Hard clone.
  • The Last Boy Scout
    • Bruce Willis returns with a movie that could be considered an unofficial Die Hard flick, if only it were better.
  • Under Siege
    • Steven Segal gets into the act with a film that's basically "like Die Hard, but on a Navy battleship." It also sucks.
  • The Fifth Element
    • Bruce Wuillis teams with Gary Oldman along side Mila Jovovich in a Luc Besson joint that pushes the Die Hard genre as far as it can go, right into the future.