Die Hard is one of the best of the classic ’80s Christmas movies. And if you don’t think Die Hard is a Christmas movie, you are wrong. It’s got Christmas music, decorations, and parties. And Santa Claus.
Christmas may have come and gone already, but the cool thing about the best Christmas flick of them all – Die Hard – is that it’s not nearly as weird to watch post-Christmas as say, Elf.
A CineFix video was circulating before the holidays that I somehow missed which explains some things about the classic action flick that you might not have known about.
The coolest is in the final scene where Alan Rickman falls from the top of the building.
As a child of the ’80s my favorite Christmas movie was a toss up between Scrooged with Bill Murray and Die Hard – the original only, not the follow ups mind you. If you don’t think Die Hard is a Christmas movie, I hope you choke on an entire buffet of dicks, and by that I mean you are wrong.
This chocolate sculpture of Bruce Willis was made for a press conference in Japan for the release of A Good Day To Die Hard. It looks even more like Bruce Willis than Joseph Gordon-Levitt did in Looper.