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It would be impossible for the water flowing through the tunnel to propel the dump truck through it. Screenwriter Jonathan Hensleigh admits this on the DVD commentary. See more »
Yes, I was saying that we're dealing with a megalomaniacal personality with possible paranoid schizo...
Hey, hey! How 'bout we just skip down to the part where you tell me what the fuck this has to do with me, huh?
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Regardless of what you might think of Bruce Willis, he really does excel in this series of films and John McClane, the all action policeman is the perfect role for him.
This time his sidekick is the guru of the action film, Samuel L. Jackson, the owner of an electrical store, as he goes up against the ever excellent Jeremy irons, who can play a bad guy like few others.
Irons is executing the greatest heist ever, and the shots throughout the film are spectacular. The lack of any half decent script is completely masked by explosions, but what else would you expect?
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