Die Hard Quadrilogy Blu Ray

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Home cinema was practically invented for Die Hard movies. The first film in particular remains an unbeatable action classic, a mixture of taut situations, Bruce Willis in excellent form as John McClane, and some outstanding directorial work from John McTiernan. The sequels? Well, everyone has their favourite. Take your pick from Dulles International Airport being taken over by terrorists at Christmas, Willis and Samuel L Jackson joining forces to tear through New York City, or computer hackers looking to bring things to a standstill. It’s four films, rammed full of... action, and unashamedly so. The main reason for upgrading the films to Blu-ray, in this case, is to see what’s been done with the physical presentation of them. The news here is good: the Die Hard Quadrilogy sparkles in high definition, with razor sharp imagery, and fast moving action flashing before your eyes. And then there’s the sound mix, a workout for whatever scale of speaker setup that you have. The deal is then sweetened by the inclusion of a varied collection of behind the scenes material for each of the films, with some of the archive pieces in particular being of real interest. Yet ultimately, it’s the four films, in tip-top condition, that make the Die Hard Quadrilogy a Blu-ray must-have. Top quality action, fabulous set pieces and excellent presentation: it’s a set not to be missed. [show more]

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Released
09 April 2012
Directors
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Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
502 minutes 
Features
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5039036051361 
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All four films from the popular 'Die Hard' franchise. In 'Die Hard' (1988) on Christmas Eve, New York cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) is visiting his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia) in Los Angeles, where she works. They are attending a party at Holly's high-rise office block when terrorists, led by the suave Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) break in, taking everyone hostage. McClane manages to evade capture, however, and sets out to rescue his wife and the other prisoners. It is not long before he is running barefoot over shattered glass in a sweaty vest, muttering 'Yippy kay aye' as he dispatches the baddies with bullets and a certain earthy wit. In 'Die Hard 2 - Die Harder' (1990), Los Angeles cop John McClane is set to meet up with wife Holly on Christmas Eve, this time at Dulles airport in Washington DC. However, when terrorists take over the airport in an attempt to rescue dictator Esperanza (Franco Nero) from his incoming flight, it is up to McClane to restore order and ensure that Holly's plane lands safely. Get that sweaty vest out, and put some shoes on this time. In 'Die Hard with a Vengeance' John McClane becomes involved in a twisted game of Simon Says when an evil terrorist (Jeremy Irons) sends him dashing all over the city in an effort to find a series of explosive devices. Teaming up with electrician Zeus Carver (Samuel L. Jackson), McClane soon discovers that the bombs are an elaborate ruse intended to provide cover for a billion dollar bank job. Finally, 'Die Hard 4.0' (2007) finds McClane routinely asked to bring in a computer hacker, Matt Farrell (Justin Long) for questioning. In transit, events overtake them as they witness a full-scale cyber attack on the country's infrastructure led by mystery attacker Thomas Gabriel (Timothy Oliphant), who plans to systematically shut down or destroy the nation's major networks over three days. With time running out, McClane and his hacker friend have to stop the mastermind before it's too late.

Just as Die Hard redefined the action film genre the Blu-ray format has raised the standard of digital sound and picture quality Now all four Die Hard movies roar to life in high definition - and are packed with explosive special features- for the ultimate entertainment experience! Die Hard High above the city of Los Angeles a team of terrorists has seized a building and taken hostages But an off-duty cop named John McClane (Bruce Willis) slips away unnoticed - and wages a one-man war against the bad guys! Die Hard 2 Die Harder On a snowy Christmas Eve in Washington DC off duty cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) must battle a team of terrorists who have taken over a major international airport - while his wife is trapped in a plane circling overhead! Die Hard With A Vengeance Accompanied by a reluctant civilian (Samuel L Jackson) New York cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) engages in a tense battle of wits with a psychopathic genius who is determined to blow up the city if he doesn&39;t get what he wants! Die Hard 40 New York City detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) delivers old-school justice to a new breed of techno-terrorists when a massive computer attack on the US infrastructure threatens to shut down the entire country!  Actors Bruce Willis Reginald VelJohnson Bonnie Bedelia William Atherton Alan Rickman William Sadler Dennis Franz John Amos Jeremy Irons Samuel L Jackson Graham Greene Colleen Camp Timothy Olyphant Justin Long Maggie Q & Kevin Smith Director John McTiernan Renny Harlin & Len Wiseman Certificate 18 years and over Year 1988 ; 1990 ; 1995 ; 2007 Screen Widescreen Languages English - Dolby Digital (51) Subtitles English; Danish; Finnish; Norwegian; Swedish Duration 8 hours and 44 minutes (approx)

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