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Live Free or Die Hard

As the nation prepares to celebrate Independence Day, veteran cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) carries out another routine assignment: bringing in a computer hacker (Justin Long) for questioning. Meanwhile, a tech-savvy villain named Thomas Gabriel (Timothy Olyphant) launches an attack on America's computer infrastructure. As chaos descends around him, McClane must use old-fashioned methods to fight the high-tech threat.

Bruce Willis John McClane
Justin Long Matt Farrell
Timothy Olyphant Thomas Gabriel
Cliff Curtis Bowman
Maggie Q Mai
Mary Winstead Lucy McClane
Kevin Smith Warlock
Cyril Raffaelli Rand
Yancey Arias Agent Johnson
Christina Chang Taylor

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Jun 30, 2007 - Jessica Reaves, ChicagoTribune staff reporter

Detective John McClane is back. This time, he's not fighting a bunch of bad guys who've taken over an airport or a high-rise during an office Christmas party. This time, he's fighting a bunch of bad guys who've hacked into a whole lot of really important computers. With information on them.

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Sep 21, 2007 - shelleyj1970 on Live Free or Die Hard
Live Free or Die Hard

Very good special effects, great storyline, kept our attention and Bruce Willis is brilliant in this movie...as always. A must see if you are an action movie junkie

Jul 08, 2007 - rde on Live Free or Die Hard
Lots of explosions and death, but nothing new

If you have seen one Die Hard movie, you have pretty much seen this one as well. The movie starts out giving the viewers hope that this one will be different, but never follows through. Bruce Willis again is tasked with saving the world, rescuing his daughter, and of course blowing shit up, killing people, and doing the same old same old as he always does. The movie does give some realistic concepts exposure, but before it is over, even those concepts are totally blown out of proportion. For example, at one point the evil guys are able to connect to an elevator camera with just a few keystrokes on their remote computer. That is just one of the MANY unrealistic points in the film. The movie would be better if they just did a 10 minute trim down to only show the special effects and the explosions (those are the only 'new' features that distinguish between other Die Hard films). Not sure I could suggest this film to anyone in good conscience.

Jul 02, 2007 - ethan on Live Free or Die Hard
This is summer entertainment!

Bruce Willis delivers! There are only a few franchises that everyone who likes summer blockbusters ought to Just Go See. Tom Cruise's MI series is one; Die Hard is another. You know you're going to get your ticket's worth -- explosions, a decent plot, and that classic Willis grin as he gets the crap kicked out of him... again. He does a great job being the tired old warhorse riding to battle again, and has really excellent interplay with Justin Long, the dude from the Mac commercials, who plays Gen Y hacker Matt Farrell. If you like movies, you should go see this. I could gripe about a couple absurd plot points here and there -- a freeway that mysteriously keeps collapsing, a gas explosion that happens for no apparent reason, and yet isn't 1% as deadly as it should have been - but c'mon. Bruuuuuuuce!!

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