Die Hard Christmas Movie with Action / Thriller

The American action movie Die Hard came out in 1988. It was directed by John McTiernan and written by Jeb Stuart and Steven E. de Souza. It was based

Die Hard Christmas Movie

The American action movie Die Hard came out in 1988. It was directed by John McTiernan and written by Jeb Stuart and Steven E. de Souza. It was based on Roderick Thorp's 1979 book Nothing Lasts Forever. Reginald VelJohnson, William Atherton, Paul Gleason, and Hart Bochner play supporting parts. Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Alexander Godunov, and Bonnie Bedelia play lead roles. In Die Hard, New York City police officer John McClane (Willis) is caught up in a terrorist takeover of a Los Angeles skyscraper while he is there to see his ex-wife.

Detective McClane finds out about a hostage situation in an office building just as he gets to Los Angeles to spend Christmas with his wife. Hans Gruber is the bad guy, and one of the hostages is McClane's wife.

Starring: Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Alexander Godunov, Bonnie Bedelia

Release date: 22 July 1988 (USA)

Director: John McTiernan

Sequel: Die Hard 2

Distributed by: 20th Century Studios

Adapted from: Nothing Lasts Forever

Budget: $25–35 million

Die Hard Christmas Movie: Trailer

Video © 20th Century Studios

Die Hard Christmas Movie: Plot and Sypnosis

Detective John McClane of the New York City Police Department (NYPD) comes in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve. He wants to get back together with his estranged wife Holly at a party put on by her company, the Nakatomi Corporation. Igyle, the limo driver, takes him to Nakatomi Plaza and offers to wait for McClane in the basement. Nazi extremist Hans Gruber and his heavily armed group, which includes Karl and Theo, take over the tower while McClane changes clothes. Everyone in the tower is being held hostage except for McClane, who gets away, and Argyle, who doesn't know what's going on.

Gruber is acting like a terrorist to get the $640 million in bearer bonds that can't be tracked that are locked up in the building's safe.[a] After failing to get the entry code from executive Joseph Takagi, he kills him and tells Theo to break into the vault. The attackers are told that McClane is nearby, and Tony is sent to find him. Tony is killed by McClane, who also takes his gun and radio, which he then uses to call the sceptical Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). Sergeant Al Powell is sent to look into it. At the same time, McClane kills more attackers and gets back their bag of C-4 and detonators. Powell is about to leave because he didn't find anything wrong until McClane drops the body of a bomber on his car. When Powell calls for help, a SWAT team tries to break into the house but is attacked by terrorists. There is an explosion when McClane throws some C-4 down a lift shaft. It kills some terrorists and ends the assault.

Harry Ellis, Holly's coworker, tries to talk to Gruber on his behalf, but Gruber kills Ellis when McClane refuses to give up. When Gruber meets McClane on the roof to check on the explosives, he pretends to be a freed hostage and McClane gives Gruber a gun. Gruber tries to shoot McClane but finds that the gun is empty. Other attackers have to step in and save him. McClane gets away, but broken glass hurts him and he loses the detonators. Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) take over outside. As expected, they tell the power to be turned off, which breaks the last vault lock so Gruber's team can get the bonds.

The FBI agrees to Gruber's request for a helicopter because they plan to kill the group with gunships sent from helicopters. Gruber is planning to blow up the roof to kill the hostages and make it look like his team died. Karl is furious that his brother Tony died, so he charges McClane and seems to be killed. Richard Thornburg wrote a news story about McClane's children, which leads Gruber to believe that Thornburg is Holly's husband. Grubb keeps Holly with him while the hostages are taken to the roof. McClane gets the prisoners off the roof just in time for Gruber to set off the bomb, which destroys the FBI helicopters that were coming towards it. As this is going on, Theo gets an escape vehicle from the parking basement, but Argyle, who has been listening to the radio in his car, knocks him out.

McClane finds Holly with Gruber and his last surviving goon. He is tired and hurt. McClane gives up to Gruber and is about to be shot when he grabs a hidden gun that is taped to his back and uses his last two bullets to kill Gruber's partner and hurt him. Gruber breaks through a window and grabs Holly's watch. He then makes one last attempt to kill them before McClane takes the watch off, letting Gruber fall to his death. Outside, Karl tries to surprise McClane and Holly, but Powell shoots and kills Karl. Thornburg tries to interview McClane, but Holly hits him. Then, Argyle crashes through the garage door in the limo and drives McClane and Holly away together.

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