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Die Hard Ranked

Just saw the latest one last night. So now I can officially compare each one.
5Tom Waits
Bone Machine


A Good Day to Die Hard. Even though I snuck a 6er into the theater I still couldn't enjoy this movie. Bad script, bad directing, bad acting, and the worst piece of trash cinematography you will ever see. If this wasn't called Die Hard it wouldn't have even made it into theaters. A couple action scenes were cool though.
4PJ Harvey
Rid of Me


Die Hard 2. Actually a very good movie, but I have always hated to plot twist involving the different gun magazines. This does have my favorite ending out of any in the series.
3R. Kelly
Chocolate Factory


Live Free or Die Hard. A lot of people blast this movie for its PG-13 rating and invincible lead character but honestly this has some of the best action scenes out of any of the movies.
2Motorhead
Inferno


Die Hard w/a Vengeance. A movie with Sam Jackson that's even better than Snakes on a Plane. It exists.
1Eloy
Ocean


Die Hard. I wish this list was more original and I could put a different movie as number one but there is a reason this movie has allowed 4 sequels.
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