Die Hard 2
Action • R • 1990 • 2 hr 4 min
A great continuation of the first one lots of action
On of the, if not the best 90s era action film.
Does a great job and respects the first movie but has a different taste to it and that's what makes it great.
The first three die Garda are a must see forth is okay gets shit from there
I remember liking this more when it first came out. Certainly doesn't hold up the way part one does. But it's okay
As sequels go, this one is pretty good. Action in the right places without an overabundance of dialogue.
The first three of these are really solid. This one’s not my very favorite but it’s a good action movie. Nuff said.
Not as good as the first, but a lot of the same!
Not as good as the first one but still really good.
The best rule to follow is that the more hair Bruce Willis has, the better the die hard film is.
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