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Wasn't she wearing bootleg pants all the time?
Buggy pants!!!! Haha! I learned something new today. Chimney pants=Buggy pants. Not only are you an expert on women who are into cosmology, but you're also into women's pants as well. Hehehe I'll behave now, I feel guilty teasing you to no end.
I agree with this. Were it not for your positive review, I will not add it to my watchlist.though the international trailer was a hell of a lot less inviting
In fairness, its poster looks decent. Ugh, look what you did to me. Haha! The trailer was bad though and I think I've had enough helmet exposure with the Korean version already so I'm skipping this one (even if its available in my convenience store).
I totally agree. One of the best Hollywood action films ever. One of my all-time 5 star films. A GREAT villain, and a believable protagonist who feels every bruise, cut, and gunshot wound, without just magically shaking it off. Who has to figure things out as he goes, rather than magically solving every obstacle. Who can forget those bloody feet and him picking glass shards out of his soles? Ouch! Sure, there are some fanciful moments, but I loved every one of them. I watched this again today, although I'm sure I know it by heart.Die Hard (1988) (American Action) (repeat viewing) – A New York cop rebels against a group of European terrorists after they take over a high end office building. Considered an action classic and it deserves to be recognized as such given it’s appealing pace and exciting confrontations. The portrayal of the hero as a normal cop who is in way over his head really works well. Much of this is a credit to John McTiernan’s energetic direction and Alan Rickman’s antagonist performance that allows for an engaging film even when the protagonists are off screen. There are even some genuinely funny moments to be had. Heck, even the abundant product placement is expressed in entertaining ways. The last shot of Rickman has to be one of the greatest of all time.