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 [Warning: I am a swear face and so is Bruce Willis...and I quote him...consider your self warned]


With a receding hairline at about age twelve, Bruce’s first big movie was Blind Date with Kim Basinger and was on that show called Moonlighting with Cybill Shepherd.  We’re all glad he did Die Hard and became one of the biggest action stars ever. The Die Hard movies are made for a few reasons, but mainly for us to see a middle aged white guy kill terrorists. Well, they’re not always terrorists, but we’ll get into that.
These movies aren’t that relevant, they don’t ask hard questions and they don’t really encourage us to live our lives better.  But...we love them, so, they keep making them.
Let’s get right to it.

 

Click on the movie to read what I thought about it.

 

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