Watch Die Hard (1988) full movie online. The story starts with John McClane, a detective with the New York City Police Department, arrives in Los Angeles to attempt a Christmas reunion and reconciliation with his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia), who is attending a party thrown by her employer, the Nakatomi Corporation, at its still-unfinished American branch office headquarters, the high-rise Nakatomi Plaza. McClane is met at the airport by Argyle, a limo driver charged with taking John to Holly’s office. As he enters the lobby, he finds that the building’s staff directory is an automated computer program listing Holly under her maiden name, Gennaro. When he gets off the elevator on the 30th floor, he sees a lavish holiday party is underway. John is met by Holly’s boss, Joseph Takagi, a genial Japanese businessman. After McClane refreshes himself from the flight in Holly’s corporate bathroom, they have an argument over the use of her maiden name but Holly is called away. Download this movie in 720p, 1080p Bluray, no registration required. The next part of this movie Die Hard 2 (1990) also available for download
As the party continues, a large moving van from “Pacific Courier” makes its way to the building. Two men, Karl (Alexander Godunov) and Theo (Clarence Gilyard Jr.), arrive in a car at the front entrance to the building. At the security desk they divert the security guards’ attention away from the trucks. Karl guns down the guards while Theo commandeers the closed circuit security field and locks down all the elevators except for the service car. Terrorists led by the slick and well-mannered German anarchist Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) emerge from the trucks and hold the partygoers as hostages in exchange for terrorist operatives in prison. In the confusion, McClane is able to disappear unnoticed into the building’s maintenance areas but forgets to take his shoes along, leaving him barefoot. Takagi is taken from the party to the building’s conference room and learns that Gruber is actually using the hostage situation as a cover to steal $640 million in bearer bonds stored in the building’s vault. McClane, having made his way to the anteroom outside the conference room, is unable to stop Gruber from executing Takagi when he refuses to give him the vault’s combination.
McClane attempts to alert the local police by setting off a fire alarm — his attempt fails when Hans has one of his men cancel the alarm and he is promptly discovered by Karl’s brother, Tony. McClane kills Tony, taking his gun and radio, but finds the man’s boots are too small. McClane places Tony’s corpse in the only elevator left operational and hides on top of the car. Hans’ men discover Tony in the elevator with an elf’s hat on his head and a message written in Sharpie on his sweatshirt that reads “NOW I HAVE A MACHINE GUN; HO-HO-HO”. While Hans angrily talks the situation over with his men, McClane writes down as many details about them as he can including some of their names and how many voices he hears. Karl is enraged and wants to leave immediately to find McClane but Hans stops him, saying that they need time for Theo to penetrate the outer locks of the vault and for the police to arrive.
Stars : Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia
AKA Black Eagle, Soar Into the Sun, Windfighters, is a remake of a Korean movie from the 60's. Not having seen that, it reminds me a lot of Top Gun. Rain (Korea's Justin Timberlake) takes the role of Tom Cruise, a daredevil pilot that flies too close to things and gets people to spill coffee. The planes are more advanced, Rain flies an F-15 Eagle instead of an F-14 Tomcat (which foreshadowed TomKat). The enemies are real MiG-29s, instead of fictional MiG-28s. Cool shots of a battle over Seoul, too long and dramatic. Intense dogfights and some beautiful slow-mo make for some exhilarating action scenes.
User 2 Review:
Nice production values and a cute romance can't save Return to Base: Black Eagle from falling into cliche territory. Its steeped in extreme melodrama, and is ferociously manipulative by developing a side character and his engagement, only to kill him off for forced emotion. The film has American soldiers who try to get in the heroes way, and even have most of the cast in anxious mode at the end when the hero doesn't immediately return, when we know full well he will. It blatantly rips off Top Gun, but at a lengthy 2 hours it never gets very exciting or memorable.
User 3 Review:
Takes more than a few cues from Top Gun and Behind Enemy Lines, but mashes with it some tried and true Korean romance and comedy sub plots. It feels like this is a movie made by a guy who always wanted to do a fighter jet movie all his life and when he got the chance, just had to squeeze very single thing he loved about jet movies into it. The result is a movie that could use a bit of trimming down, but it has some pretty good aerial scenes (not bad CG either). The movie is long, and though it never really reaches 'edge-of-your-seat' excitement, also never gets boring. Asian directors need to learn how to direct English speaking actors or just stop putting them in movies, though. Just awful English acting.
User 4 Review:
This is a Korean attempt to create an international blockbuster and they did a very good job considering they only had a budget of only $10,000,000. It is a good ensemble cast and the flying action sequences are excellent. I think that Rain ( one of Asia's great superstars) could have been used more effectively and his character more fully developed but besides that it is a very good show.