A return to form, which is bound to happen once you get SAMUEL L. JACKSON in the mix. This felt *much* more like it fit with the original Die Hard in terms of character, and it also provided a plotline which could be ripped off variously in Batman films of the future. Jeremy Irons did a standup job as an eloquent/cerebral bad guy, albeit with some weirdness right at the end. It was only while watching this that I realised I’d not seen the whole thing all the way through before, and then remembered the horrific day of laying around in a New South Wales Scout Hall with a XXXX hangover on the OzMoot 95 mountain biking expedition… 👍

Die Hard: With a Vengeance
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