After Die Hard hit it's predecessor for the audience and me, Die Hard 2 hit the big screen. It may not be as good as each other but it's still had the thrills and action and the music from Michael Kamen. Bruce Willis reprises his role as John McClane and all the suspense with the action still hits the film with all the dignity. After the people are saved at the Nakakomi Plaza, John has to save the people at the airport from the plane crashes caused by the terrorists including Col. Stuart played by William Sadler. There's only one plane crash which is caused by Col. Stuart and John gets upset. The people who are not from the first film know John McClane because he saved hostages at the Nakatomi Plaza. Jeez, that's a coincidence. I actually love the ending fight scene and the plane explosion. Surely I can't even get over this movie much like the first film. I would talk much about it but I can't do it anymore. It's just McClane shooting terrorists and saving the airport even though I know what causes the plane crash. It took place on Christmas Eve much like the first Die Hard and Bruce still says the line that is from the first film. Yep, you guessed it, "Yippie-ki-yay, motherf£$ker!" I'll bet he says that in all of the Die Hard films. While Die Hard is the most popular and memorable film of all time, Die Hard 2 had it's reputation to become a sequel and to think that Die Hard had to milk in all the sequels to impress audience and critics and myself alike. Many people say that this is the worst out of all of them, well I disagree with them, I just love and think it's a great sequel, okay, not that great but still good. But now the fifth film came out, people went mad. They said they don't like the fifth film and calling it a piece of crap. The recent Die Hard films are nothing compare to the old ones. And in the third film, it won't be the same with Holly McClane, Richard Thornberg and Al Powell from the first one to be precise. Yeah, I know he had a small role in the second film which I'm doing but that's just when he was in Los Angeles. Either ways that's Die Hard 2, a sequel to Die Hard, have my congratulations.