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Old 12-17-2006, 07:05 PM   #11
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production company has been on bruce willis forever to make no4. guess he finally said yes.

as for lethal weapon - 1 is the best and always will be. riggs' character is the most believable in it and he gets progressively neutered throughout the rest. and having him and murtaugh (sp) fight jet li in the 4th is just lame. it was an attempt to remind the audience that riggs IS the lethal weapon.

all die hard movies were excellent (well see about the sequel)
all lethal weapon movies were excellent.
all beverly hills cop movies were excellent (well see about the sequel)
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Oh yeah, I've been waiting for this movie for a looong time now, love the title too.Yippe-ki-ay! The original story line was rumored to have Mclane'* daughter in it, any word if that'* still the case?
Die Hard is my most favoritest movie ever, I love all 3, but the first will always be my fav, although 3 was pretty good too.
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When was the last time Bruce Willis had a hit movie?!
Hmm...Pulp Fiction, Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Over the Hedge, The Whole Nine Yards, The Whole Ten Yards...
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Sin City?
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Armagedon was pretty good IMO
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good pWnage... i loved the die hard trilogy, especially the third one with samuel l jackson
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good pWnage... i loved the die hard trilogy, especially the third one with samuel l jackson
Cab scene was the best part to me, oh and the part when he'* in the Mercedes chasing the Dodge. Funny how when they show it on TV they cut the part where he has Zeus pull the ABS fuse so he can get it to spin aound like he does, guess they don't want to give any body ideas.
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When was the last time Bruce Willis had a hit movie?!
Hmm...Pulp Fiction, Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Over the Hedge, The Whole Nine Yards, The Whole Ten Yards...
I gotta get out more.
But I don't consider Pulp Fiction a Bruce Willis Film. He did have a good supporting role in PF though. 6th Sense? OK, but I think of Haley Joel Osment more. I liked him in the Fifth Element. But Over the Hedge???!!!! One of my all time Bruce Willis films was Blind Date (it shows you my taste in films )
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