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Die Hard (1988)

Die Hard (1988)

Die Hard is a thrilling action film released in 1988, directed by John McTiernan. Starring Bruce Willis as the iconic protagonist, John McClane, the movie follows his one-man battle against a group of terrorists who have taken control of a Los Angeles skyscraper during a Christmas party. Die Hard also features exceptional performances from Alan Rickman as the villainous Hans Gruber, Bonnie Bedelia as John's estranged wife, and Reginald VelJohnson as Sgt. Al Powell. Experience the heart-pounding sounds of the film by playing and downloading them here.

A hunch. Things he said...
A member of the radical West German Volksfrei movement.
A pain in the ass.
A policeman's wife might come in handy.
A security guard we missed?
A sort of psychological transference and a projection of dependency.
A strange sort of trust and bond develops.
A very special friend...
About going up in a tall building again.
About the past six months.
According to official sources, the perpetrators
Acknowledge this transmission.
Acknowledge this transmission.
Actually, I was thinkin' more of mulled wine, a nice aged Brie...
Actually, it's kind of sort of a double celebration. We, uh, closed a pretty big deal today.
After all your posturing, all your little speeches...
After this incredible ordeal, what are your feelings?
After we call the police, they'll waste hours trying to negotiate...
After you get where you're going, take off your shoes and your socks.
Ah, that meant she had to move here.
Ah!
Ah.
Al, this is my wife Holly.
Al, you still with me, babe? What's going on?
Al.
All of you, relax. This is a matter of inconvenient timing, that's all.
All right, guys, we got Charlie Unit in position by the parking structure.
All right, here's the deal. You got 30 or so hostages on the 30th floor.
All right, I want two of you to go inside and see if there's anybody else.
All right, John, listen.
All right, spread out.
All right, those are the city engineers.
All right, who's talking to 'em?
All right? All right. Come on. Come on.
All right. Get back. Get back. Off. Off. All right.
All right. Listen up, guys.
All telephone lines have been cut.
All we know is that somebody shot your car up.
Am I right?
Americans, all alike. Well, this time...
And and when to pray.
And a lot of it was due to Holly.
And a roaring fireplace.
And are holding at least 30 people hostage.
And author of Hostage Terrorist, Terrorist Hostage: A Study in Duality.
And by the time they figure out what went wrong...
And enough plastic explosives to orbit Arnold Schwarzenegger.
And father of five.
And give me my detonators.
And his bag is missing.
And I am in charge of this situation.
And I want you to tell her that. I want you to tell her that...
And if you're not one of them
And maybe, l don't know, seven or eight terrorists up there.
And my associate, Theo, has some questions for you.
And no snoopin' around the house looking for presents.
And she'd come crawling on back to you...
And since I'm moving up to kidnapping, you should be more polite.
And that just ain't gonna happen until you stop messing up the works, capisce?
And the computer controls the vault.
And the electromagnetic came down like a fucking anvil.
And the only communication now possible...
And the other man was Heinrich.
And then you can tear the building apart looking for this man.
And they will accompany us in helicopters to the Los Angeles International Airport...
And they're running it step by step.
And unless you like it messy, I'd start bringing us in groups to the bathroom.
And you live happily ever after, right?
And, as it happens, necessary.
And, please remember...
Any information you could get, when they wake up in Tokyo in the morning, they'll change it.
Any of these things ring a bell?
Anytime you wanna go home, you consider yourself dismissed.
Anyway, I just couldn't bring myself to draw my gun on anybody again.
Approximately two hours ago, an unidentified group of men...
Are we gonna have this conversation again? We did this in July.
Are you still there?
Argyle, tell me you heard the shots and you're callin' the police right now.
Argyle. I'm your limo driver.
Armed with automatic weapons at Nakatomi Plaza, Century City.
Arrest them for not paying their electric bill?
Ask me, that god damn computer sent you out on another wild goose chase.
Attention, police.
Attention, whoever you are. This channel's reserved for emergency calls only.
Aw, the hell with this.
Babe, put away the gun. This is radio, not television.
Baby. Come on, baby. Come on, baby.
Bag it.
Basically, it's when the hostages and the terrorists go through...
Because if he doesn't, I'm gonna nail him. I'm really gonna nail his ass now. Believe me.
Because it looks like this last one's gonna take a miracle.
Because you're a policeman. There are rules for policemen.
Begin your reconnoiter.
Benefits of a classical education.
Better get ahold of somebody at Dispatch.
Big time.
Bill Clay.
Blow the roof!
Boom! Two points.
Born, Kyoto, 1937.
But all things being equal, I'd rather be in Philadelphia.
But have no illusions. We are in charge.
But he appears to be the one who phoned in the report.
But he had the detonators.
But I need the code key because I am interested...
But I'm afraid work must intrude...
But I'm sure you realize you're not dealing with anything significant here.
But let Heinrich plant the detonators and Theo prepare the vault.
But that
But until then, we do not alter the plan.
But what do you want with the detonators, Hans?
But you can tell her that yourself.
But you didn't expect some poison pill was gonna be running around in the building.
But you got some badass perpetrators, and they're here to stay.
But you're just dragging this thing out.
But, uh, you're gonna have to bring the ice cream.
By the time he figures out what hit him, he'll be in a body bag.
California.
Call 911.
Call me... Roy.
Can talk to the L.A. police...
Can't you see what's happening? Can't you read between the lines?
Chalk up two more bad guys.
Chestnuts.
Christ, Powell, I told you what kind of people you're dealing with here.
Christ!
Christ.
Come home.
Come on! Come on! I'll fuckin' rip your head off?
Come on. Come on! We're gonna miss it.
Come on. Come on. Where's the fucking cavalry?
Come on. l got 50 bucks bet on them assholes.
Come on. You wanna stay alive, you stay with me.
Come to papa. I'll kiss your fuckin' dalmatian.
Comprende?
Computers. 32, construction. 33, computers.
Contrary to what you people may think...
Cops?
Cute toy.
Damn right. Fully armed. We're on the way.
Damn! Goddamn it! Jesus H. Christ!
Danny, did you get all that? Let's go. We gotta make some calls.
Danny, did you get all that? Let's go. We gotta make some calls.
Dawn. D A W N.
Did you get that?
Dispatch to 8 Lincoln 30, over.
Do you hear that?
Do you smoke?
Do you think they'll even try to do it?
Do you think they'll even try to do it?
Don't Don't kill me. Please, don't. Please!
Don't ask me, man. I'm just a desk jockey who was on my way home when you rang.
Don't be impatient.
Don't move.
Dr. Hasseldorf, what can we expect in the next few hours?
Drop that, motherfucker! I'll fuckin' kill you!
Eat your heart out, Channel Five.
Eddie, on what floor did the alarm go off?
Ellis, what have you told them?
Ellis, you shouldn't be doing this.
Ellis.
Emergency lighting activated.
Enough jokes.
Enough.
Everything here's okay. Over.
Except how to live with a mistake.
Except maybe when you're signing checks?
Excuse me, sir, but what about the body that fell out the window?
Excuse me.
Families, stockings.
Family emigrated to San Pedro, California, 1939.
Figure we take out the terrorists...
Fine, report me! Come the fuck down here and arrest me!
Fire.
Fists with your toes?
Fists with your toes.
Five, four, three, two.
For making this one of the greatest years in the history of the Nakatomi Corporation.
For the five mechanicals, at the minimum.
For there were no more worlds to conquer."
Four, three, two, one.
Franco, you and Fritz take the body upstairs and out of sight.
From up here it doesn't look like you're in charge of jack shit.
Fuck it.
Fuck me.
Geronimo, motherfucker!
Get down! Get the fuck downstairs!
Get on a jet to Tokyo and ask the chairman.
Get them back!
Ginny, it's 5:40. Go join the party. Have some champagne.
Girls.
Give me the code.
Give me water hook ups for engine companies five, three, nine, six.
Give them the guard's name, the building code number and cancel the alarm.
Glass? Who gives a shit about glass? Who the fuck is this?
Go fuck yourself, Hans.
Go on.
Go to work.
God, that man looks really pissed.
God, you'll be in the car half the time.
Goddamn it!
Goin' in? Man, that's crazy!
Good enough.
Good evening. This is Harvey Johnson.
Good job. Very mature.
Good. Then you'll give us what we want and save your friend's life.
Got invited to the Christmas party by mistake. Who knew?
Got it.
H Hello?
Hang on, baby. Hang on, honey. Oh, God.
Hans, Bubbe, I'm your white knight.
Hans, this asshole is not my friend. l just met him tonight.
Hans, this shithead does not know what kind of man you are, but I do. Listen
Hans, we're on the roof.
Hans, you motherfucker, you made your point! Let 'em pull back!
Hans!
Hans.
Happy trails, Hans.
Harry, it's Christmas Eve.
Harvey, we're on the air.
Has been through the use of C.B. communicators...