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Live Free or Die Hard [2 Discs] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2007]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (126 out of 134)

    Special Features

    • Disc 1 - Blu-ray
    • Live Free or Die Hard theatrical version in high definition
    • Commentary by Bruce Willis, director Len Wiseman and editor Nicholas De Toth
    • Fox Movie Channel presents Fox Legacy
    • Black Hat Inetercept! game
    • Analog Hero in a Digital World - documentary on the making of Live Free or Die Hard
    • Yippee Ki Yay, Motherf***** - Bruce Willis/Kevin Smith interview
    • Music video: "Die Hard" performed by Guyz Nite
    • Behind the Scenes with Guyz Nite featurette
    • Theatrical trailer in high definition
    • Disc 2 - DVD
    • Live Free or Die Hard theatrical version in standard definition
    • Live Free or Die Hard unrated version in standard definition
    • Audio commentary by Bruce Willis, director Len Wiseman and editor Nicholas De Toth
    • Closed Captioned


    Live Free or Die Hard
    An old-fashioned cop emerges to foil a high-tech attack on the country's computer infrastructure as Bruce Willis brings back one of the biggest action franchises in screen history. It's been over a decade since audiences last saw New York cop John McClane (Willis), but now, as the world's greatest criminal mastermind (Timothy Olyphant) attempts to cripple the entire country with an innovative act of technological terrorism, only one cop can insure that the integrity of the system stays intact. In this, the fourth installment of the long-running action series, Underworld director Len Wiseman picks up the torch formerly carried by directors John McTiernan and Renny Harlin to helm a script penned by Mark Bomback. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Bruce Willis
      Bruce Willis - John McClane
    • Justin Long
      Justin Long - Matt Farrell
    • Timothy Olyphant
      Timothy Olyphant - Thomas Gabriel
    • Cliff Curtis
      Cliff Curtis - Bowman
    • Maggie Q
      Maggie Q - Mai Linh

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    Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 134 reviews

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      BOOM! Yippee Ki Yay MFer!

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      Not as bad as the 4th [to be released, aka Ep1] Star Wars. Things blow up. This whole franchise is so much easier to accept if you keep this thought in your mind: John McClane is related to the Tick. Is it ever established in either franchise? Nope. But the evidence is clear. So McClane is the Yogi Bear of action. Maybe he's not smarter, but he's certainly more resistant to massive bodily harm, than the average bear. He can pilot aircraft with no training, but as a penalty, his character is no good with women. He has nearly Wolverine like healing abilities, even to the point of ageing at a slower rate than most humans, it seems. Also, it seems John can spontaneously produce grown offspring, complete with backstories, at will. Maybe in Die Hard 25, it will be revealed that the McClanes were part of a weird experiment, or some sort of evolved human, like the X-Men. Either way, stuff blows up in this film. Other rec'd viewing includes The Last Boy Scout, Bad Boys, and any other film referenced in Hot Fuzz. Also, Hot Fuzz. BluRay is prettier than DVD, and probably sounds better too.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A few extras missing


      I liked the series and this one holds true to the original character. I believe someone said that that the young woman playing McClane's daughter was the same actress who played her in 1987 as a young child. All that aside the only gripe I have about this DVD is that all of the extras mentioned, except the commentary were absent from the disk. No featurette and no music video. I really am ticked off that in order to get the Trailer I have to buy the 2 disc special edition that includes all the other extras that were mentioned here. Whats the harm in putting one more extra on the single disc. And since there were two trailers how come only the Blue Ray gets one and not both. ( I haven;t seen it so it may acually have the teaser and trailer.) All the other DVD's have their trailers and the special gift set released earlier this year also had the teaser. This is not the fault of Best Buy, but rather Fox.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      best purchase ever


      only some of the action is unrealistic, but Bruce willis makes it believable just because of his age and performance. mcclane gets in some fights in this new installment and he literally fights for his life. this is what makes him the best action heroes of all time. tom gabriel played by timothy olyphant is a great actor but not menacing enough but hes still good in this. justin long is pretty good as the charming slacker. maggie q beats the crud out of macclane in one scene bruce willis is still playin that awsome cocky cop. the unrated version isnt as good as the rated sadly because some scenes are a little different and the tunnle scene had bruce saying a line that sounds like an Allstate commercial (after hes kills the chopper with the car). but at least his famous line isnt cut out of the unrated version. best die hard from greatst to least- die hard live free with a vengance die harder

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Die Hard


      I have never been a true fan of the Die Hard series, but I do have to give this movie its' fair credit. The whole thing is based on the theory of a computer massive scale "firesale". + In this installment, McClane (Bruce Willis) teams up with Matt Farrell (Justin Long), a computer hacker that accidentally helps an anarchist group begin their large scale hack. + From the beginning of the movie, as one would come to expect from the Die Hard franchise, there is a ton of action. The plot is not initially defined, but slowly peaks it's head out into the light as the movie progresses. + Mcclane will have to save the world from computer terrorists this time, and as you quickly learn throughout the movie, technology is not his strong suit. I would probably say that this movie is at least worth seeing once or twice. Not too bad at all.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      DO NOT BUY!


      This is a HORRIBLE, not only Die Hard movie, but movie in general! First of all, why call it DIE HARD if it's rated pg-13!? What made the others so great was that John McClain was an angry guy who hated being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Now he's saving his daughter (!), and has a nerdy sidekick (I HATE when they give iconic characters a son or daughter or "goofy" sidekick!). What was also good about the other movies was that they were set in a particular space (Die Hard 1 in the skyscraper, Die Hard 2 in an airport, Die Hard 3 in a specific location each "riddle") now it's just John running around what seems like the world, hunting down a 2nd, nah 3rd! rate villian! A complete waste of money! Buy 1 and 3 and get your moneys worth. Don't ruin it by watching this garbage!

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Another Amazing Die Hard


      Live Free or Die Hard is an amazing action film. I watched this movie and really thought how difficult it was to film some of these scenes. As the size of the scenes in this movie are massive. The action is great too from blowing up helicopters with cars to driving an SUV through a power plant. Obviously a lot of the action is a little unbelievable or unconceivable, but it is done very well, and this is to be expected in an action title. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I like this movie. If you are a fan of the previous Die Hards you will definitely like this most recent installment. Also with it being on Blu-Ray the sound and picture quality is much better than standard DVD. Definitely recommend this movie, especially on the Blu-Ray format.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      It has the line we all love.


      No movie has yet to beat the original Die Hard, with John's wise cracks, and his spiteful conversation with his enemy. I'm not going to spoil this movie, but hey, there are some things that don't make it as warm a movie. No chatting or taunting the enemy was the main thing. This movie is good with all of the explosions you need. The ending is odd in the way McClane's captor holds his gun in a way that allows John to pull a heroic move. That just seemed lame, but at least John says that "Yippie-Ki-Yay......" line. Let me sum it up. You found the right version of the movie if you want that classic line. Explosions, John McClane and his Beretta 92FS, it's Die Hard!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Buyer Beware!!

      • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

      I'm sure at this point you have seen the fourth installment of the Die Hard Franchise. The movie is awesome and my favorite of thit e four. But don't be fooled by the new packaging and the print at the bottom of the case. The Bluray is still the theatrical version, rated PG-13. This package contains both the Bluray disc and the DVD, which does contain the unrated version. I saw a Bluray case/package and print along the bottom that says it includes both the theatrical and unrated version. But that only relates to the DVD. So the wait for the unrated Bluray continues. Fox drops the ball again...

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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