Live Free Or Die Hard

Live Free Or Die Hard

John McClane is back and badder than ever, and this time he's working for Homeland Security. He calls on the services of a young hacker in his bid to stop a ring of Internet terrorists intent on taking control of America's computer infrastructure.

When an attack on the vulnerable United States infrastructure begins to shut down the entire nation over the Fourth of July weekend, New York City Detective McClane uses his old-school ways to frustrate the hi-tech hacker. It's the beginning of the holiday, but New York City Detective McClane isn't celebrating. He's had yet another argument with his college-age daughter Lucy, and received a crushingly routine assignment to bring in a young hacker, Matt Farrell, for questioning by the FBI. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Live Free Or Die Hard torrent reviews

Dave S (br) wrote: This is a campy low budget horror comedy. It was pretty fun though. Definitely a midnight movie. I liked the cast. Everyone seemed to be having a good time. The same guy that wrote Zoombies wrote this movie too. I liked this movie better than Zoombies though. This movie had a lot more nudity and a lot less shitty CGI. This is by no means an intelligent movie. But you have to take it for what it's worth, and as far as what this movie is I'm gonna have to say fresh. If you want a campy horror zombie movie to watch when you're stoned at midnight one night, then this movie is for you.

Shawn W (ag) wrote: well made...there is a market in waiting for more adult animated films

Matt C (us) wrote: A real good gem that I had never herd of. Its like a mix of saw/battle Royal/ running man. good gore really pain that you could feel . Good little twist at the end as well.

Philip S (fr) wrote: The Trouble With Bliss is both a funny and touching dramedy that while not the first movie to ever enter the world of the coming-of-age genre, still manages to stand on its own two feet. The story, which is based on Douglas Light's novel, East Fifth Bliss, has largely been met with mixed reviews by critics and audiences alike. More than likely the reason for those mixed reviews is that while the story isn't the first of the coming-of-age genre, it doesn't exactly fit into the standard mold of said style. The concept of an unemployed thirty-something living at home with his father while dating an eighteen-year old is humorous. But what sets the story apart from others in its genre is its ability to balance that quirky standard story with the deeper and more emotional father-son dynamic, which is ultimately at the heart of the entire story. Though, this isn't made entirely clear until the story's end. This perhaps is what led to so many critics and viewers panning this underrated story. The Trouble With Bliss is an underrated story in that it's one of those works that isn't spoon-fed to viewers. Audiences think they know everything about Morris' blissfully (get the title now?) ignorant lifestyle through most of the movie. But it isn't until the story's end that viewers discover that instead of living in bliss, he has been living in denial all along. That denial is centered in his relationship-or lack thereof-with his father (played by Peter Fonda). He isn't stuck at home with his father. He has made the choice to live there. It can be argued in understanding this and looking back at the story that it is his mother not being there that has led Morris to be living with his father at thirty-five years old and dating an eighteen-year old. Having only had his father for parental guidance through his youth, that was all that Morris ever knew. So it became his comfort zone. Understanding this makes Morris something of an underdog type of figure; a sympathetic character so to speak. He becomes a figure that audiences might not have rooted for had they not had this knowledge. What really makes his an underdog figure in hindsight is why his mother is not in the picture. That reveal in the story's final minutes is perhaps the culmination of everything that audiences experienced leading up to that point.Some audiences might ask if this is the case, why he started acting as an adult before that moment. The answer is that what happened as a result of his interactions with Stephanie and Andrea was just the catalyst that he had needed to start realizing and growing as a person. His whole life up until that point was ignorant bliss. Finally having been faced with a situation that forced him out of his comfort zone, it acted as a kick in the pants so to speak. That eventually lead to the deepest center of what had led to his first introduction to audiences. The result is that it leads to hindsight among audiences and in turn will lead them to see he's really quite the underdog character. And in understanding all of this one can only hope that those who criticized the movie will take all of this hindsight and give the movie a second chance and see it for the underrated and underappreciated work that it is.

Christopher B (es) wrote: A very well done film. Disturbing and sad.

Emily H (us) wrote: Congorama is totally one of my favorite films of SIFF 2007.

Greg W (br) wrote: (The director's) ponderous use of pauses and long, languid tracking shots lack the gravitas he hopes to gain, and a few of the narrative flourishes ring ridiculous and false.

maxwell w (de) wrote: A wonderful film that tells the tale of Beowulf in a spectacular way.

Niraha H (br) wrote: Cheesy, bad acting, hilarious plot... typical B-'Horror'. I gotta say, I liked it :)

Gastn Jos R (au) wrote: SubUrbia is a 1996 comedy/drama directed by Richard Linklater. Like his previous films (particularly Slacker and Dazed and Confused), it focuses in the point of views of a group of young individuals who have grown rebellious and angsty because of their respective societies' monotony. This time, the main characters are a group of twenty-somethings whose lives seem to be passing by without them growing up. Jeff (Giovanni Ribisi), Sooze (Amie Carey), Buff (Steve Zahn), Tim (Nicky Katt), and Bee Bee (Dina Spybey) are a group of friends who have known each other since childhood and always hang out in front of a convenience store; a place they refer to as "the corner". The owner of the store is Nazeer (Ajay Naidu), a Pakistani who is always telling them to go away from his property, but they always respond with hostility refusing to leave "the corner". Tension grows between the friends once Neil "Pony" Moynihan (Jayce Bartok) comes back to town after becoming a successful rockstar. The whole movie is based in a fictional Austin suburb called "Burnfield".The main focus of the film is not the plot, or the story told, but the characters themselves and the relationship between them. Jeff and Sooze have a relationship that begins to crumble once Sooze decides she wants to go to New York to pursue her artistic career. Once Pony arrives, Jeff starts to realize how he has done nothing with his life, and he becomes increasingly frustrated throughout the film. Buff is the goofball of the group; most of the time he is joking around and drinking beer. He is interested in filming, and in one point of the movie he is offered to direct one of Pony's music videos. Tim is Jeff's best friend, he is the tough guy of the group and is also shown drinking most of the time throughout the film. He is the one who has the most aggressive attitude of all the characters in the film, in one scene of the movie he is threatened with a gun by Nazeer's wife Pakeesa for bullying Nazeer. Bee Bee is by far the quietest of the main characters, she supports Sooze with her artistic vision and is shown to be a former alcoholic.Every character is crucial to the plot of the movie; all of them have their moments of truth, their moments of angst, their moments of joy, and their moments of hope and redemption. The characters' different personalities and actions are what bring the movie together, and they are held by excellent performances.This is a poignant, sometimes dark movie that shows us what growing up is all about and at the same time it invites us to endure life because happens what happens, it goes on. The only problems I found in this movie are that some of the characters (mainly Buff) may be obnoxious at times, and that the tension between them may be uncomfortable at times. However, it's clear that's exactly the goal of the movie, so they are easy to forgive. This is a dark comedy I would recommend to everyone, it may not be accessible to all the viewers because of the fact it does not revolve around a story, but nevertheless is a study on life and youth. The movie is full of memorable quotes and conversations, some lines are really hard to forget. The soundtrack of the movie is also really good, it features some great bands such as Sonic Youth, Superchunk, Skinny Puppy and Beck. Sadly this movie is hard to find because it has never been released on DVD, but it is definitely one of the most representative movies of the 90's. If you get the chance to see it, definitely see it.

Morgaine M (us) wrote: Pretty neat viewpoint of life in Germany after WWII, and the war crimes the Third Reich committed.

Erica N (nl) wrote: Gregory Hines is a tap Dancing Genius!!!

Dan G (fr) wrote: Outstanding piece of film!

Lene (mx) wrote: Sort of disappointing kung fu flick that wastes Lily Li. The best fight sequence I think is the final one where David Chiang's character finally uses Mantis style. Not as good as Venom Mob films.

Gavin W (nl) wrote: Loved the concept and plot. Not a super scary horror movie like the Ring but it was entertaining. Surprised the rating was so low. I'd recommend it.