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The 25th Anniversary of 'Die Hard' - How John McClane Changed Action Movies (and Us) Forever

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by The Midnight Writer July 15, 2013 08:10 AM
20th Century Fox
The story goes that, in 1975, author Roderick Thorp took a night off from writing to catch a movie. His flick of choice, ‘The Towering Inferno’, is the fictional account of a hulking 138-story structure named The Glass Tower and an electrical fire that traps a gathering of revelers celebrating the building’s opening.
Thorp was enthralled with the storyline involving the tower architect, portrayed by Paul Newman, and his attempt to shuttle a cast of the A-list stars like Faye Dunaway, Fred Astaire and OJ Simpson off the 81st floor and down to safety while San Francisco Fire Department Chief Michael O'Hallorhan (played by movie icon Steve McQueen) battles the blaze on the floors below.

See the Cast of 'The Sixth Sense' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes May 31, 2013 07:23 AM
Buena Vista
In 1999, M. Night Shyamalan entered the scene with his directorial debut, 'The Sixth Sense.' Starring Bruce Willis in one of the most acclaimed roles of his storied career, the film is a chilling tale of a boy who sees dead people with an infamous third act twist. With Shyamalan's 'After Earth' hitting theaters this week, let's take a trip back to where it all began and check out the cast of 'The Sixth Sense' then and now.

'Red 2' Trailer: Bruce Willis Hasn't Killed Anyone in Months...Months!

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by Nick Romano April 26, 2013 11:40 AM
Summit
The lastest 'Red 2' trailer shows us Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker and Helen Mirren returning for some old-timer fun in this follow-up to the 2010 hit. As the previous  poster tagline stated, the best certainly never rest.

'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman March 29, 2013 09:31 AM
Paramount Pictures
I stand before you, humbled, and tasked with explaining, in comprehensible terms, just what the heck 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' is all about. Attaining comprehensibility, however, is a chore the filmmakers didn't wrestle with, doubling-down on pure adrenaline and big movie star charisma. It's a risky move and sometimes it works. Sadly, this is not one of those cases.
While there are chuckles to be had (I mean, that Cobra Commander helmet is just too incredible to dismiss) there isn't enough whiz-bang in this film to fully deflect the utter lack of a story or absence of intriguing characters. It is, surprisingly, the lesser of the two 'G.I. Joe' films, with Stephen Sommers' 2009 'The Rise of Cobra' featuring much more team spirit, pep and fun.

'A Good Day to Die Hard' Review

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by Matt Singer February 13, 2013 05:55 PM
20th Century Fox
The McClanes are a weirdly demanding family. They refuse to love husband and father John until he saves each of their lives from vicious terrorists: first his wife Holly ('Die Hard' and 'Die Hard 2'), then his daughter Lucy ('Live Free or Die Hard') and now his son Jack in 'A Good Day to Die Hard,' the latest and exponentially worst film in the 'Die Hard' franchise. How many more bad guys does John McClane have to kill to get his family to see that he really does care? More, it seems; the answer is always more.

'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' TV Spots: General Joe's Got High Cholesterol

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by Damon Houx February 12, 2013 08:50 PM
Paramount
'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' is starting to ramp up their marketing with its upcoming release  at the end of March, and we're always curious to see if there's new footage in the latest ads. Now there's two new TV spots that shows they know the tone and scenes their selling.