Die Hard: With a Vengeance
- 2h 9m
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John McClane and a store owner must play a bomber's deadly game as they race around New York while trying to stop him from causing more destruction.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Die Hard with a Vengeance benefits from Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson's barbed interplay, but clatters to a bombastic finish in a vain effort to cover for an overall lack of fresh ideas.
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Common Sense Says
Less hand-to-hand combat, but still a very violent sequel.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Die Hard with a Vengeance includes constant violent episodes and a series of threats of violence. (This installment in the Die Hard franchise does, however, have less hand-to-hand combat and individual violence. Instead, it includes larger explosions that target an increased number of innocent citizens.) Both good guys and bad guys use vulgar language and physical violence to get their points across. McClane drives recklessly when in pursuit of the villains. Parents may seriously want to consider the effects of watching this film in post-9/11 America. The bad guys blow up city blocks, plant bombs in parks, and target the subway system. It may be a little too close to real life for comfort. In addition, as with all of the Die Hard films, the protagonist John seeks justice through his own means (and contrary to rules of law).
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- Genre:Thriller, Action
- Release Date:May 19, 1995
- Highest Available for Purchase:4KLearn More