Tuesday, June 8, 2010

TCP - Live Free or Die Hard

It's time for 8th edition of Tuesday Couch Potatoes which we will be featuring movies about Computer Geeks. I know there are plenty of movies about computers but the thing is I forgot the those movies. Oh boy, it only shows that I don't have good memory hehe. I am more on the wholesome, romance-comedy movie, for sure this type of movie will retain in my memory. Anyhow, just yesterday i watch again the movie of Bruce Willis and Justin Long. In the movie some of the characters are very smart in handling computers to stop the evil mastermind that want to bring the whole infrustructure down. The antagonist had planted a bomb and they had to stop it before it's going to blow. I have seen this movie twice but never seen the first part of this movie whohahaha. This movie is Die Hard 4: Live Free or Die Hard (2007)

Rated: PG-13
Genre: Action/Adventure
Theatrical Release:Jun 27, 2007 Wide
Starring: Bruce Willis, Justin Long, Maggie Q, Timothy Olyphant
Director: Len Wiseman

After a twelve-year hiatus, Bruce Willis is back as New York City detective John McClane, who still plays by his own set of rules. Following DIE HARD (1988), DIE HARDER (1990), and DIE HARD WITH A... After a twelve-year hiatus, Bruce Willis is back as New York City detective John McClane, who still plays by his own set of rules. Following DIE HARD (1988), DIE HARDER (1990), and DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE (1995), the fourth installment in the popular action series stars DEADWOOD's Timothy Olyphant as Thomas Gabriel, an evil mastermind who is determined to bring down the entire infrastructure of the United States on Independence Day, sending the country into anarchy and chaos. Joining him on his mission of destruction is the elegant Mai, played by Maggie Q from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III. McClane becomes involved when he gets caught in the crossfire while transporting prisoner Matt Farrell (Justin Long, most well known as the mac in a series of computer commercials), a hacker extraordinaire who is the perfect complement to the old-school McClane, who eschews cell phones, computers, and doing anything the easy way. But when Gabriel kidnaps McClane's daughter, Lucy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead, from the DEATH PROOF section of GRINDHOUSE), it gets personal. Full of the sarcastic humor, exciting action sequences -- including flying cars -- and fun characters that have defined the series, LIVE FREE OR DIE HARDER is an excellent addition, directed by Len Wiseman (UNDERWORLD and UNDERWORLD: EVOLUTION). The plot was based on a magazine article, "A Farewell to Arms," written by John Carlin, that appeared in a 1997 issue of WIRED magazine. The movie also features Kevin Smith as a computer geek -- er, expert -- known as Warlock, who still lives in his mother's basement. Yippee-ki-yay indeed.
Review Source: www.rottentomatoes.com


Lulu June 8, 2010 at 6:50 PM  

abi ko nakalimot ka sa tcp...

i love die hard series

Dhemz June 8, 2010 at 9:50 PM  

I love this one too!

july_blogista June 8, 2010 at 10:14 PM  

haven't seen this one..but im pretty sure that this movie is action-packed to the fullest..especially when it is starred by Bruce Willis! =)

Lady Patchy June 9, 2010 at 6:55 AM  

thanks sa comment .basta bruce willis movie talagang blockbuster.

moonstar June 9, 2010 at 9:28 AM  

i also like this movie. Thanks for dropping by.

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