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  • Language: English, German, Italian, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O77SQS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #145,180 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Die Hard defined the concept of tension, with McClane trapped in a building, maybe in elevator shafts, trying to kill the terrorists, save his wife, and destroy the building. Die Hard 2 started the mayhem all over again, as McClane found himself up against terrorists trying to rescue a drug kingpin, taking over Dulles International Airport, grounding all airplanes and leaving them trapped in the air and running out of fuel, AND screwing the passengers up in the process. Die Hard with A Vengeance showed Hans Gruber (the terrorist leader in the original)'s brother up for revenge. Him and his terrorists place bombs throughout the city of NYC to cover up a massive heist, worth all the gold in the Federal Reserve, and trick McClane into thinking it's an act of revenge. Overall the series is wildly entertaining, but it's made even better by this explosive giftset. Great audio commentaries, behind-the-scenes footage, slideshows, trailers, TV commercials, etc., all make this one of the better giftsets out there. Buy it if you want RAW action.
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With action films all the rage in the 1980s', director John McTernian took a stab at it and struck gold with "Die Hard". This was the film that made Bruce Willis a star and proved that action films could be more than rediculous, overblown shootouts. It inspired two smash sequels. All three are in this boxed set.
1988's "Die Hard" is where it all began. Hardened New York City cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) just wants to fly out to L.A. and spend Christmas with his kids and his estranged wife Holly (Bonny Bedelia). But when he goes to meet his wife at her work station at Nakatomi Plaza, things go awry. A group of Russian terrorists led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman in his best pre - Harry Potter role). They kill the office's head boss and hold everyone hostage - including Holly. McClane goes out on a limb with only his gun and his cunning to protect him. What ensues is nonstop, heartstopping action and some great moments of humor. Also in this film is Reginald VelJohnson, the star of the longrunning tv show "Family Matters".
McTernian was absent for 1990's "Die Hard 2: Die Harder". so Renny Harlin was tapped to direct. Willis, Bedelia and VelJohnson were the only original castmemebers for this one. In this one, McClane is at a Wshington D.C. airport waiting for Holly's plane to land. While waiting, he gets involved in a shootout that results in death and has an argument with an imcompetent police chief (Dennis Franz). Worse, he gets word that a group of terrorists are planning to take over the airport and free a drug lord. All this chaos throws McClane back into action. This causes flights to be delayed, and many planes are running low on fuel - including Holly's.
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By MMAfan on July 10 2004
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I could have chosen the Lord of the Rings box set, Star Wars box set, or the Die Hard box set and in the end I chose this one. I love this set. What your getting hear is 6 discs, 3 movies, 3 hours 44 minutes of featurettes, trailers, interviews, "making of" documentaries, ONE AWESOME SET, and much more. I'm not going to explain that much about what happens in each movie because either you already know what happens or you have seen other reviews that tell you about the movies. This is a great set though. I'm very proud to own it.
DIE HARD (1988) Length-132 minutes 2 DISC SET (Rated R)
-Cast-(Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia, William Atherton, Paul Gleason, and more)
-Widescreen, English 5.1 DTS, English 5.1 Surround, English Dolby Surround, French Dolby Surround, subtitles.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
-Commentary, Subtitle commentary, scene Specific commenatry.
-Branching Version of movie with Extended Power Shutdown Scene put back in movie.
-2 Extended scenes, Editing room where you can re-edit- and re-mix scenes.
-Deleted Lines and Sequences reel, gag reel (12:49)
-3 trailers (4:54), 5 TV spots (3:37)
-Featurette (7:22), Slide Show (9:24)
-Whole script
-DVD-ROM-Script to Screen Comparison, Links, Game Demos.
-more
DIE HARD 2: DIE HARDER (1990) Length-124 minutes, 2 DISC SET (Rated R)
-Cast-(Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedilia, William Atherton, Franco Nero, John Amos, William Sadler, more)
-Widescreen, English 5.1 DTS, English 5.1 Surround, English Dolby Surround, French Dolby Surround, subtitles.
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With action films on the rise in the 1980s', John McTiernan took a gamble and made "Die Hard". Lacking big names (Bruce Willis was still in his "Moonlighting" phase) but working with a servicable script, he crafted one of the greatest and most successful movies of all time, not to mention 2 smash hit sequels, both of which are featured in this extraordinary boxed set. It also made Bruce Willis a big name, and he hasn't made another film as great as these (with the exception this film about a kid who could see dead people).
"Die Hard" begins with hard - boiled police officer John McClane (Willis) arriving in Los Angeles to join his estranged wife Holly (Bonny Bedelia) and his kids for Christmas. He meets her at Nakatomi Plaza, a 40 - foot skyscraper, as well his wife's office building. They plan to go home as soon as the Christmas party ends. McClane is hoping that maybe he and Holly will even reconcile. However, these plans go awry when a group of Russian terrorists led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman in a showstealing role). Holding the building hostage and executing the boss, McClane knows that he has to spring into action and rescue his wives as well as thousands of other hostages. What entails is nonstop action: great shootouts, great lines (Yippe - ky - a, well you know the rest) and the powerful ending. Also included is "Family Matters"' Reginald Vel Johnson as Sgt. Al Powell, who brings comic relief as John's only friend outside the building. So buckle up, it's going to be an exciting ride.
McTernian was absent for 1990's "Die Hard 2: Die Harder". Director Renny Harlin was called in to hlm this blockbuster sequel. It takes place in Washington D.C., exactly one year at Dulles International Airport.
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