Let's settle the debate. Die Hard.


#202

Now that’s a Christmas movie.


#203

Even giant media corporations are getting into the spirit of Christmas!

(note: this isn’t just some amateurishly narrated recut movie trailer for comedic effect. It’s published by the 20th Century Fox account. Buy their products for this holiday season!)


#204

Wow, that was good. Thanks for sharing that. I wonder how that ever got made. That was pretty involved and elaborate.


#205

I’m just going to leave this here. And … quietly exit stage left.


#206

Did you guys hear something? Was that a Christmas ghost?!


#207

Die Hard is not a Christmas movie because it could have taken place over Spring Break.

“Now I have a machine gun. Suns out, guns out.”

See? It works just as well!


#208

His wife’s name is Holly. Isn’t that a tip-off?

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#210

Die hard is just as much a Christmas movie as home alone.


#211

I agree with that statement.


#212

And Eyes Wide Shut.


#213

Given your position in this thread, am I correct in interpreting that as you saying you don’t think home alone is a Christmas movie?


#214

Yeah, I don’t really think of Home Alone as a Christmas movie. Although I don’t really think of Home Alone much at all really.


#215

What about 36.15 Code Pere Noel (aka Deadly Games)?


#216

Well, it’s no Rare Exports, but I’d say it looks promising.


#217

I do not accept any part of this post.


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#220

Watched it last night and …the references to Christmas are everywhere throughout the movie.

The price of gas in 1988 looks very attractive now.
The speech of the LA cop looks very different after summers where 13 year olds with toy guns now get gunned down on a weekly basis.
My girls were awed at Holly McClain’s hair. I had to explain to them that Big Hair was a thing just like my dad had to explain bee hive hair dos to me. Styles change.


#221

Preet weighs in