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It's the best film of 1990 and a worthy sequel to an outstanding franchise.
Just like the first one, great plot, lots of action, and solid acting.
A step down form the original die hard movie. But it does deliver is some areas.
A huge blockbuster action-pack film ever.
A very good follow up to the original. As always, there will be the nay sayers who seem to dislike every sequel, but a very very watchable film.
lots of dumb stuff. lots of old-movie-qualities. bad story. bad villain. some pretty good action, but this movie seems to think lots of shooting = good action. useless side plots (about 3 viewings)
A solid sequel to action movie classic Die Hard, this hasn't the sparkle or originality of the first film, and doesn't match it in memorable villainy either. However, it still shows other one-guy-against-terrorists movies how it's done, and who wouldn't want to spend another two hours in the company of a golden era John McClane doing what he does best?
This movie should be rated higher than what its given. This movie is a great sequel to die hard and has everything the first one had. The action is even bigger than the first one.
great movie, best of the franchise
As fun as it is clever. This is exactly what you want in a sequel. Although not as good as the first, you it still kicks ass.