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Die Hard: The Ultimate Collection (Die Hard / Die Hard 2 / Die Hard With A Vengeance) [Import]

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  • Actors: Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, William Atherton, Jeremy Irons, Samuel L. Jackson
  • Directors: John McTiernan, Renny Harlin
  • Writers: Doug Richardson, Jeb Stuart, Jonathan Hensleigh, Roderick Thorp, Steven E. de Souza
  • Format: Box set, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: All RegionsAll Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: Oct. 14 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005K3LX
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Contains: *Die Hard *Die Hard Bonus Disc *Die Hard 2: Die Harder *Die Hard 2: Die Harder Bonus Disc *Die Hard: With a Vengeance *Die Hard: With a Vengeance Bonus Disc

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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. But if it weren't for the heroics of this rugged, resourceful cop, many lives would be lost and megalomaniacal terrorists with various European accents would be having their evil way. In 1988, director John McTiernan and the phenomenal hit Die Hard introduced the world to maverick Sgt. John McClane (Bruce Willis) of the New York Police Department, and in the course of this film and two blockbuster sequels McClane was frantically saving lives, buildings, airports, schools, cities, and even his marriage from the threat of international terrorists, psychopaths, and cagey mercenaries. Now you can watch antihero McClane blast his way through all three movies. Witness his transition from a happy-go-lucky, slightly cranky cop to extremely burnt-out, partially alcoholic cop with a propensity to attract extreme violence and catastrophe. Yet the one thing that always overshadows his character flaws is his uncanny ability to spoil the schemes of stylish villains with slick names such as Hans Gruber (the nasty terrorist from the first film, played to perfection by Alan Rickman). Sit down, pop some corn, grab a bottle of Coca-Cola, and get ready to watch (in any order you please) the Die Hard Trilogy--a must for any action buff or fan of Bruce Willis, who owes his film career to the enduring appeal of these global box-office hits. --Jeremy Storey --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Back in the days where DVD menus were amazing, special features were legion and quality was also synonym of quantity.

No need to rehash the plots of all three first movies, but let's get nostalgic for a while: the DVD menus are very good, using 3D technology and animations that give us more than a simple fast-paced montage of scenes from the movies (blu-ray, I'm looking at you).

Plus, some of the special features you find in this boxed set are NOT available on the blu-rays, whichever edition you pick. So grab this one while you can.

To be more specific, the entire second disc of the first Die Hard is not available save for deleted scenes. There's a series of interviews on Die Hard 3 that was left on the second disc and didn't pan on the blu-ray, but that's about it... yet, if you're completists like myself, you won't hesitate much longer (unless the price isn't right).
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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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Bruce Willis has made numerous action movies that are truly memorable classics over his career and Die Hard is considered by many to be his crowning achievements in his acting career and I have to say I do agree with them even though some of his other movies do deserve recognition as well. The series concluded in 1995 with "Die Hard: With A Vengeance". All three of these Die Hard movies are totally awesome and this is not a movie trilogy that went downhill with each sequel like the Batman, and Jurassic Park trilogies did with time. All three of these Die Hard movies are must-haves. Let's not forget that unforgettable movie quote "Yippee Kayee Mother [edited for inappropriate language]!".
DIE HARD (1988): This is likely to be considered the best of the Die Hard movies in this series. Although that may be difficult for me to agree, I do have to say that it was a groundbreaking and terrifying but fun ride. In this one, John McClane, a tired out NYPD officer takes a vacation to Los Angeles to visit his estranged wife who he hadn't spoken to in a long time. However, the dream turns into a cesspool of a nightmare when the building that Mrs. McClane is in, is taken over by a band of vicious terrorists lead by renegade Hans Gruber. John McClane, now leads a one-man army (That's himself) in a fight against the terrorists and to rescue the hostages in the building. Bruce Willis is awesome playing the disgruntled terrorist-fighter John McClane but Alan Rickman steals the spotlight as the vicious terrorist leader Hans Gruber, whose cunning personality is quiet yet very threatening as to warrant attention. This movie was a well-deserved smash hit and is an action classic that was many years ahead of it's time. The explosions, fight scenes while a bit much at times, were totally awesome.
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The Die Hard - The Ultimate Collection may be the best action/adventure series of the last two decades (vastly more enjoyable than the sporadic Bond films, and the self-indulgent Lethal Weapon movies), and a lion-share of the credit must go to Bruce Willis, the wise-cracking, superhuman yet [human] hero. Willis became a superstar with the first Die Hard, and he is riveting as John McClain, the New York cop in L.A. With the always watchable Bonnie Bedelia as his wife, and the flashy Alan Rickman as the mercenary/entrepenour, the film is a non-stop rollercoaster ride! Die Hard 2 lacks Rickman's charisma as the villain, but Willis again gives a dynamite performance, and Bedelia is even better than in the first film. Spectacular special effects abound! Die Hard With a Vengence, the weakest of the trio, was originally intended as Lethal Weapon 4, but was rewritten for Willis and Samuel Jackson. Bedelia's absence hurts the third film a great deal, but Jeremy Irons (as Rickman's equally greedy brother) is an excellent villain. Incredible pyrotechnics highlight this film, and Willis is still a joy...And rumor has it, there WILL be a Die Hard 4!
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