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I like Pulp Fiction admittedly not my favourite Tarantino film, prior to the film Travolta career had declined considerably so Bruce was indeed the big name star.
Aside from the Die Hard series, films like Fifth Element, Twelve Monkeys are films I frequently revisit.
Blind Date with Kim BasingerI watched a lot as a kid and Sunset with the great James Garner, I still remember renting that from the local video store.
Die Hard with a Vengeance Bruce Willis interview...
Cracking film not far behind the original IMO.
He's given us a lot to enjoy. I wish him peace and joy, even in retirement with serious health struggles.
Under the Boardwalk
honestly the only Bad die hard film was the last one I loved the first four.. I know I am in the minority here but I loved Live Free or Die Hard... Die hard 5 had no central villain no real plot and just was bad
I will admit I haven't seen a ton of his none Die Hard work... I got half way through some sci-fi film about robots that were avatars it was a detective film I always wanted to finish that one...
I saw the end of 16 Blocks which I kind of wish was rewritten to be a die hard film
I will go through his imdb page and see what else I saw him in. I hope he has a restful and good retirement.
ok so I have his IMDB page and rather then rewrite my whole post I am going to add to it cause shockingly I saw him in more then I intially remembered
First the robot movie Surrogates If anyone has seen it let me know if its worth finishing or not.
The Jackel my god how did I forget this film.. People have their fan theories about The Rock to me The Jackel is the lost final confrontation with Bond and Blofeld with Gere as 007 and Willis and Blofeld...does it work no but neither does the rock as a 007 film so yeah
I loved his stint on Friends
Completely forgot Armageddon was a movie let alone I saw it and I think liked it... I just remember the Animal Cracker scene,.... for reasons....
There are a bunch of action films of Willis's I always wanted to see.
the Cold light of Day
and survive the game
I vaguely recall the whole nine yards.. maybe I saw it./..
and while He never was I saw a fan trailer that had him as Batman... It convinced me that he could of been a good batman... better then clooney anwyays.
and that is pretty much everything
I hope his retirement is restful and enjoyable.
I should give the last Die Hard film another try. I was quite disappointed during it's release, but who knows? Maybe I'd like it better now that some time has passed?
I saw it in theaters, showed up late, still got a ticket, but the film had just began and I couldn't find a seat. Sat on the floor the entire time (as much as that sucked) and really had a blast with it. It's goofy at times but it's a whole lot of fun and has some really great stunts and setpieces throughout.
I don't like the fifth installment but it's 1,000% worth it for that chase sequence through Russia alone. I wish the rest of the film had the same level of dedication and focus.
He's excellent in Unbreakable too. Probably my favorite "superhero" movie.
DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE
LIVE FREE AND DIE HARD
DIE HARD 2: DIE HARDER
A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD
Anyway, gonna give a shout out to The Last Boy Scout as one of my favourite Willis movies. Electric performances and great dialogue with Tony Scott's usual riveting style of directing.
2 got away with deviating from the formula because the jokes were good and Willis was so charasmatic but 5 my god
Now I have a machine gun … ho ho ho
Massive shout out for The Fifth Element and Twelve Monkeys too.
And Die Hard with a Vengeance which is quality. Better IMO than Die Hard 2 (although DH2 is still a hugely enjoyable ride)
Not only do I agree with this sentiment but I have the exact same ranking as you do.
1. DIE HARD 2
2. DIE HARD
3. LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD
4. DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE
5. A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD.
Outside of Die Hard, I haven't seen many of his films, though I thought he was good playing 3rd fiddle to Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn in Death Becomes Her.
My Die Hard ranking is exactly the same as the order of release.
1. Die Hard
2. Die Hard 2
3. Die Hard With A Vengeance
4. Live Free Or Die Hard
5. A Good Day To Die Hard
Die Hard with a Vengeance
Die Hard 2
Die Hard 4.0
A Good Day to Die Hard.
It occured to me that I have never watched The Bonfire of the Vanities, which suprises me as I am also a De Palma fan. Will try to find the film on steaming services.
I’m a big De Palma fan, and I wish you all the luck getting through that one. Woof!
as i stated before I knew there were fan trailers with Bruce Willis as Batman.. if fan trailers arent your thing ignore this post obviously... but looking at it could it work honestly I don't know on the one Hand I cant imagine Willis giving a comic book movie like batman his all on the other hand if he did he would of been better then George clooney... lets be honest even without his all he would of been better then Clooney
Having read some reviews earlier it sounds like a dud to be fair.
Thats encouraging I will still watch it, even some of de Palma's so called lessor films I tend to find some value in how he shoots the movie.
@Risico007 Bruce would make an interesting Bruce/Batman more in the vain of Keaton if his Bruce had moments of being unhinged or at least projecting that.
P.S. anyone is better than Clooney... sorry George lol