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Die Hard 2 [UMD Mini for PSP]

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  • Actors: Art Evans, Bonnie Bedelia, Bruce Willis, Debbie James, Franco Nero
  • Directors: Renny Harlin
  • Format: UMD for PSP
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Boulevard
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Dec. 2007
  • Run Time: 189 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012U34M8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 80,387 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A band of commandos led by a murderous officer seize an international airport. Their aim is to rescue a drug baron from justice. Detective McClane finds himself having to battle tough anti-terrorists squads, and a deadly snowstorm to break the grip of the terrorists who have control of the plane that is carrying his wife...

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Director Renny Harlin (Cutthroat Island) took the reins of this 1990 sequel, which places Bruce Willis's New York City cop character in harm's way again with a gaggle of terrorists. This time, Willis awaits his wife's arrival at Dulles Airport in Washington, DC, when he gets wind of a plot to blow up the facility. Noisy, overbearing and forgettable, the film has none of the purity of its predecessor's simple story; and it makes a huge miscalculation in allowing a terrible tragedy to occur rather than stretch out the tension. Where Die Hard set new precedents in action movies, Die Hard 2 is just an anything-goes spectacle. -- Tom Keogh, Amazon.com --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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Format: Blu-ray
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.
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Format: Blu-ray
Once again, John McClane is in the wrong place at the wrong time.

This time he's waiting for his wife's plane to arrive at Washington's Dulles Airport when he uncovers a plot to sabotage the airport's landing system.

The criminals wish to free a drug baron being extradited to America for trial by holding the airport to ransom until they all safely escape on another plane.

However, if they'd known that Holly McClane was on a flight home to the very airport they were hijacking, they would have picked another day....

Round two of the Franchise, isn't a patch on the first movie, but it's still a bast of a movie. Harlin has a lot of flair when it comes to directing action scenes, but lets himself go a bit when it comes to more dramatic scenes.

and this is the films weak spot. Whenever we are located in the tower, the film loses it's edge, and Franz really overdoes his head cop role, and almost heads into pantomime villain mode.

But it's still a solid movie, Willis is really comfortable in his role, and the cast are also great.

The set pieces are great, and even 22 years later, the special effects and pyrotechnics really hold up.

So well worth seeing, a really great movie, but in my opinion, the weakest of the series.
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Format: Blu-ray
Since I enjoyed Die Hard when I saw it a few months back, I took advantage of a recent chance to watch the sequel Die Hard 2 - Die Harder. Despite the unoriginal name, the movie does a good job of taking the same characters and putting them in another suspenseful situation that doesn't feel too much like a retread.

It’s just before Christmas, and John McClane (Bruce Willis) is in Washington DC for the holiday. He headed there a few days early with his kids, and now he’s returned to Dulles to pick up his wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) whose plane is a little late.

While he’s waiting, he sees some men behaving strangely. He follows them and gets shot at for his efforts. But trying to convince Captain Lorenzo (Dennis Franz) of the airport police that something sinister is going on is all but impossible.

That is until the terrorists take over the airport. They control all the electronics and will keep all the planes in the air circling until their demands are met. They want a deposed president who has been arrested under the War on Drugs to be freed. But McClane is not going to let that happen without a fight. Will he be able to stop them before his wife’s plane runs out of fuel?

As with the first movie, this one follows a pretty basic action movie formula. I’m not saying that isn’t entertaining, but it also means I’m not quite on the edge of my seat for some of the action scenes. Others have me glued to the screen. Go figure.

I am actually impressed that they found a way to recreate the basics of the first movie so it familiar enough to be a sequel without it feeling like they are just rehashing the same things. What do I mean?
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Format: DVD
The bar had been set very high by the original and this first sequel certainly doesn't up the ante or bring anything particularly fresh to the table. That being said, it's still an entertaining follow up, which delivers solid action and plenty of thrills, albeit with less wit and charm than its predecessor.
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The first, and worst, sequel to Die Hard (until Die Hard 4, if you count that as a real Die Hard film), is terrorized by the same plot as the original. While waiting for his wife's plane to arrive at Dulles Airport (on Xmas Eve), McClane notices a few suspicious exchanges between a group of men amidst the busy yuletide passengers.

Before you know he is neck deep in trouble with an army of mercenaries, led by Colonel Stewart (William Sadler), who are hell-bent on setting free a corrupt South American General/Drug Baron (Franco Nero). There are more bad guys than before. And more suspension of disbelief is required.

There are so many plot holes and illogical moments that the film almost drowns in its own absurdity. But there is enough action and stunts to cancel it out and distract our attention. Though they not presented in a breathtaking or memorable way. It's all too generic and a bit mean-spirited. No audience nowadays would be satisfied with it so prepare yourself for 80's violence with lots of superfluous F-Bombs.

William Sadler and Franco Nero lack the callous efficiency of Alan Rickman. And a hero can only be measured by his nemesis. But most of the time McClane is just capping off nameless Mercs. How boring. Tho this should not be blamed on Sadler, he has a threatening and intense presence and as he has proven himself in movies like Trespass and Demon Knight. Too bad his character here is so badly written and underdeveloped. I'm sorry but blowing up 250 people off-screen to show how evil you are just won't cut it.

This movie without a doubt certified Renny Harlin as an action director. It was a tough, and huge, movie to pull off. Only he just did it off with no particular charm, it's very workman-like.
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