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The LRA Show Rewind: Die Hard (1988)

LRA writes: Are you ready to take a trip down memory McClane? Well, we sure hope so because both Miguel and myself are ready to take on terrorists, thieves, mercenaries and a whole bunch of super nerds bent on destroying our way of life. To prepare for this onslaught (and the new film, "A Good Day to Die Hard"), we sat down to go over the entire "Die Hard" franchise and dissect each film one by one starting with the 1988 action classic, "Die Hard". Then as we move on to its sequels we try to battle our way out of an every growing collection of films that seem to forget who John McClane was and why we loved him so much (as well as male pattern baldness). So join us as Talk Hard about this iconic action movie franchise in our latest edition of The LRA Show Rewind! Featured music is from the "Die Hard", "Die Hard with a Vengeance" and "Live Free or Die Hard" soundtracks. (Blu-ray, Die Hard Franchise)

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