Critic Review - New York Press

To call this the best Die Hard movie ever made merely acknowledges that Director Len Wiseman simplifies the franchise to its basic elements: Predicament, Villain, Hero, Action.

July 11, 2007 Full Review Source: New York Press | Comments (2)
New York Press

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numbersix

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This is an overwhelmingly NEGATIVE review. Read the aritcle fully, guys: "Such a pragmatic approach to doing Sequel Number Three isn?t even self-referential.
Wiseman offers a control panel/joystick experience that replaces vicarious thrills with tactical, predictable, joyless preoccupation. "

May 26 - 03:11 PM

numbersix

E O'f

This is an overwhelmingly NEGATIVE review. Read the aritcle fully, guys: "Such a pragmatic approach to doing Sequel Number Three isn?t even self-referential.
Wiseman offers a control panel/joystick experience that replaces vicarious thrills with tactical, predictable, joyless preoccupation. "

May 26 - 03:12 PM

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