noise is deafening.
we NOTICE. Suddenly, he hears --
You don't like flying, do you?
No, no, where'd you get that idea?
going, ya take off your shoes and socks.
Then ya walk around on the rug barefoot
and make fists with your toes.
Fists with your toes.
Maybe it's not a fist when it's your
toes...I mean like this...work out
that time zone tension.
Better'n a cup of coffee and a hot
shower for the old jet lag. I know
been doing it for nine years.
Peeking out from his jacket.
I'm a cop.
Trust me. I've been doing it for
(smiling, about the bear)
She doesn't complain.
Neither would I.
McClane smiles, with just enough of a sigh to know he's as
wistful about things-that-might-have-been as she is...moves
down the aisle.
Nakatomi, a multinational corporation.
Ladies and gentlemen...I congratulate
each and every one of you for making
this one of the greatest days in the
history of the Nakatomi corporation...
thirty-seven, V.P. of Sales. Well-dressed, with stylish,
slicked-back hair, he looks and acts very smooth.
What about dinner?
Harry, it's Christmas Eve. Families...
Frosty...those things ring a bell?
Die Hard (1988)
Synopsis: Die Hard is a 1988 American action film directed by John McTiernan and written by Steven E. de Souza and Jeb Stuart. It follows off-duty New York City Police Department officer John McClane (Bruce Willis) as he takes on a group of highly organized criminals led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), who perform a heist in a Los Angeles skyscraper under the guise of a terrorist attack using hostages, including McClane's wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia), to keep the police at bay.