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Movie Facts

Part of the: Die Hard Collection

Status: Released

Runtime: 131

Budget: $28,000,000

Revenue: $138,708,852

Languages: en, de, it

Webpage: -

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  •  R

  • 1988-09-21
     U

  • 1988-09-24
     -

  • 1988-09-27
     -

  • 1988-09-30
     -

  • 1988-09-30
     -

  • 1988-10-06
     M

  • 1988-10-07
     K-18

  • 1988-10-19
     -

  • 1988-11-02
     16

  • 1988-11-10
     16

  • 1988-11-18
     -

  • 1988-12-15
     -

  • 1988-12-16
     M/12

  • 1988-12-25
     -

  • 1988-12-26
     -

  • 1989-02-02
     -

  • 1989-02-03
     15

  • 1989-02-04
     -

  • 1989-04-20
     -

  • 1989-06-23
     -

  • 1989-12-14
     -

  • 1990-01-26
     -

  • 1991-06-20
     18

Plot Keywords

Alternative Titles

  • Die Hard 1
  • Piège de cristal
  • Drágán add az életed
  • Duro de Matar
  • Крепкий орешек
  • 虎胆龙威1
  • Jungla de Cristal
  • Szklana pułapka
  • Zor Ölüm
  • Die Hard 1 : Piège de cristal
  • Stirb langsam
  • jungla de cristal
  • Die Hard - Trappola di cristallo
  • Piège de cristal
Content Score: 100

(1988)

7.0/10 (1,886 votes)

Overview

NYPD cop John McClane's plan to reconcile with his estranged wife, Holly, is thrown for a serious loop when minutes after he arrives at her office, the entire building is overtaken by a group of pitiless terrorists. With little help from the LAPD, wisecracking McClane sets out to single-handedly rescue the hostages and bring the bad guys down.

Tagline

40 Stories. Twelve Terrorists. One Cop.

Crew

Director: John McTiernan
Writers: ,

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Cast

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis
as John McClane

Alan Rickman

Alan Rickman
as Hans Gruber

Reginald VelJohnson

Reginald VelJohnson
as Sgt. Al Powell

Bonnie Bedelia

Bonnie Bedelia
as Holly Gennero McClane…

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A review by doktorkraesch

This is one of the definitive 80s Action Films.

There is no nonsense whatsoever, the plot moves along with such a pace that the viewer is not disturbed by implausabilities.

Bruce Willis plays the likeable "regular guy", who is forced bare-foot into unleashing mayhem and destruction, to perfection.

His brilliant opposite is Alan Rickman, playing the German villain Hans Gruber in such a way that you almost root for him to get away with his heist. Also, he thankfully dispatches the office sleazeball, Ellis, in a wonderful scene.

The bad guys in Die Hard are more likeable than their... read the rest.