John McClane is back! This time it's an airport he has to save from destruction - and he's pretty much alone on his crusade. When he sees a gang of misfits breaking into the luggage area, John gets rightfully suspicious; but the Captain thinks it's just punks fooling around. How wrong is he?
With John facing an apocalypse if he doesn't restore control, and he's got few friends, and a lot of enemies including mercs and the lack of cooperation from the police.
Another fine film, thankfully remastered for Blu-Ray disk. The picture is beautiful and full framed, running at a staggering 30MB/s average, and the tru-HD sound at 20MB/s is absolutely amazing. It really does feel like you're in the cinema. There are two languages: French and Spanish, and the commentary from director Renny Harlin, which is quite interesting. The 1080p transfer is a big welcome, as it's smooth, and colourful, and a beauty to watch.
The extras are the best I've seen in a while: 4 deleted scenes which are pretty good, the making of, a featurette about the bad guys, a documentary: Die Harder: The Making of Die Hard 2 and some trailers. If you really like these Die Hard films, I think you're really going to be in your element with this Blu-Ray disk.
The film itself is a masterpiece, with Bruce Willis having some great lines and action sequences. Also some great lines from Mrs McClane (Bonnie Bedelia) on the plane. It's not the best Die Hard, but it's in order of 3,1,2,4 for me.
Definitely worth getting if you love the series, and to show off your high def kit.