The best Christmas Movie Ever: Die Hard

bnoble

he's right
The director of Die Hard on how it became a Christmas movie. I watched expecting a piece of fluff. It was NOT fluff. One of the more powerful things I’ve seen, connecting critiques of power, capitalism, and evil plus a shoutout to It’s A Wonderful Life and why fast food is about neither food nor being fast.

From the American Film Institute:
 

DopeyRunr

the jeweled acrobats only perform amazing stunts f
For a while there I felt like I was watching the lunatic on the street corner shouting disconnected nonsense to nobody in particular but he brought it all back around in the end.
 

bnoble

he's right
For a while there I felt like I was watching the lunatic on the street corner shouting disconnected nonsense to nobody in particular but he brought it all back around in the end.
On reflection I think he was warning us about that with the "telling a story" bit at the beginning: "Telling a story is not a random access activity. There is a particular word in a particular order in a particular place; it's the right word."
 
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