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The old school cop is back!Jun. 20, 2007128 Min.
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Watch: Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies, Full Movie Online – When someone hacks into the computers at the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division; the Director decides to round up all the hackers who could have done this. When he’s told that because it’s the 4th of July most of their agents are not around so they might have trouble getting people to get the hackers. So he instructs them to get local PD’S to take care of it. And one of the cops they ask is John McClane who is tasked with bringing a hacker named Farrell to the FBI. But as soon as he gets there someone starts shooting at them. McClane manages to get them out but they’re still being pursued. And it’s just when McClane arrives in Washington that the whole system breaks down and chaos ensues..
Plot: 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.
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It is not a just a DIE HARD MOVIE! Eyes feasting….lot of action scenes,lot of intelligence and lot of technology, Bruce Wills is rocking the film. There is nothing to say about his action. Justin long well and good supported role and he is the main guy who is dealing with technology…Timothy Olyphant awesome acting as a villian….and elizabethwinstead acts as a daughter of brucewills i.e., John Mclane. When coming to the story fully packed once when we got that situation really no one will going to surive us. An excellent actions,stunts,technology,etc. It is totally a full pack “FIRE SALE”.:) Superb MOVIE
Review By: ravitejarayudu

Big, dumb action flick delivers

RELEASED IN 2007 and directed by Len Wiseman, “Live Free or Die Hard” is the fourth installment in the Die Hard series. John McClane (Bruce Willis) is ordered to pick up a youth hacker (Justin Long) who’s targeted by cyber-terrorists led by Thomas Gabriel and Mai Linh (Timothy Olyphant & Maggie Q). Their goal is to create chaos by taking over the USA’s transportation grids and stock market. Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays McClane’s cute and feisty daughter while Kevin Smith has a small role as a computer geek living in his Mom’s basement.

Rigid fans complain that this sequel is “Die Hard in name only” because I guess it deviates from formula but, really, the Die Hard series is ANY challenging adventure that John McClane experiences just as the 007 flicks consist of James Bond in differing challenges; same thing with Dirty Harry. In any case, “Live Free or Die Hard” works as Die Hard sequel or as a stand-alone action flick with Bruce Willis. The story holds your attention while the action scenes are out of this world. They’re so over-the-top that some write the movie off as absurd, but everything’s done with a quasi-realistic tone so it helps the viewer go along with the ridiculous things that happen rather than tune out.

“Live Free or Die Hard” is the natural progeny of over-the-top films like 1977’s “The Gauntlet” where the action scenes are so overdone they’re cartoony, but entertaining. There’s a thin line that filmmakers must tread with these kinds of blockbusters because they can easily fall into overKILL, like 2001’s “The Mummy Returns,” but “Live Free or Die Hard” evades that ditch by giving us fairly interesting characters and a compelling story. It may not be great but it certainly fills the bill if you’re in the mood for a wild action flick.

I like the continuity of the series: McClane’s wife (Bonnie Bedelia) is acknowledged here and we meet his daughter, now a hottie, and hear of his son, Jack. We learn of the severe price that John’s bold, serious approach to his profession has had on his personal life. These things are further explored in “A Good Day to Die Hard” (2013), which is basically just as good as this installment.

THE MOVIE RUNS 128 minutes and was shot in Baltimore, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and other parts of Southern California. WRITERS: Mark Bomback and David Marconi conceived the story/script based on an article by John Carlin.


Review By: Wuchak
The action situations are absurd, but the story is interesting, social and political criticism is present and the script is well constructed
Twelve years after Officer John McCLane’s third adventure in facing Simon Gruber and his terrorist group, the Die Hard franchise gains yet another episode, expanding the level of threat like never before, both to the United States and personally to McCLane, the tough, unlucky cop who’s always in the wrong place at the wrong time. The new film bears little resemblance to the rest of the franchise, appealing too much to action scenes that deviate from the standards of reality, and a constant adrenaline rush.

Here, the United States is under a new terrorist attack, this time through information technology. A hacker manages to break into the computerized infrastructure that controls the country’s communications, transportation and energy, threatening to cause a giant blackout. The perpetrator planned all the steps involved, but did not expect John McClane (Bruce Willis), an old guard policeman, to be called to confront him.

In the past 12 years, there have been many attempts to bring him to the screen, but many impasses involving Willis (who was in no way interested in reincarnating him), screenwriters, and director. John McTiernan, responsible for directing the previous three films in the franchise, jumped off the boat, passing the command to Len Wiseman. It changed the director, and also the essence of the franchise. McClane is no longer the same … he is now older, evolved, more powerful, and more artificial. It is not good news for those who grew up raving about their adventures. McCLane has always been a completely human hero and rooted in the real world: a man capable of anything, however, with all the feelings of weakness of any human being. In this fourth episode of the series, the United States is not very interested in John McClane, now a tired detective, conveniently hidden in a New York police station. John McClane is also not interested in US destinations. Fortunately, McClane’s fundamental fallibility still holds true: his failure as a man. The policeman’s efficiency is undeniable, but as a husband McClane has always been a denial. The great asset of the script for the fourth film is not to invent a side-kick, Matt (Justin Long), but to replicate a situation in the first feature: the endangered wife who hates her husband and the endangered daughter who hates her father. An absent father, willing to catch up, wants to know (and control) what his daughter is doing at night. In the best tradition of American voluntarism, this semi-retired police officer exchanges his pajamas for a brief and restless return to his glorious days as a one-man army. This is the big problem in this fourth episode: they turned McClane into a completely unreal character.

Even his new look with a shaved head gave him a certain air of superiority, de-characterizing that image of the ordinary, bald human being from previous films. Before, despite being a great policeman, he was afraid, he was hurt … now he doesn’t lose a tough guy for a second and at most he suffers from scratches. Look at the moment when he, absurdly drops a helicopter throwing a car at him and Justin Long’s character is amazed, while he just responds “I was out of bullets”. And worse: in the first action scene, when Long asks him in the car, if he happened to be afraid, and he says “yes”, maintaining a constant air of superiority. This is definitely not the grumbling of the previous films, much to the disappointment of the fans.

We must remember that the first three films deal with terrorism in a more “open” way, mainly on the second and third tape, where explosions and violence are wide open. But also, it was a time before 9/11, a time until then that nations (mainly the American) believed to be indestructible. It is a fact that the biggest terrorist attack in history touched the Americans and changed the way of making cinema, also changing, John McCLane. Therefore, putting McCLane to face a cyber-terrorist (after several changes in the script), was perhaps the most correct decision, but also the most wrong. The history of terrorism against the United States gave scope for the script to constantly make its political criticism. There are some passages where Bush’s “nudge” is evident. One of these “nudges” occurs when the detective tells Farrel that the government must have several agencies prepared to face that situation, and the young man responds by talking about how the government was prepared to help the flood victims in New Orleans, where the population was forgotten by the Bush administration, which left them for several days in a precarious situation, even without drinking water. In addition, the villain himself intends to shock Americans by showing them the mistakes of the current government. Die Hard 4.0 is a politically engaged film, and it knows how to do that, too, in a good-natured way. The scene in which terrorist hackers invade broadcasts from TV stations and begin to spread fear through an edited video in which several ex-presidents, including the current one, are making speeches, is an example of this. The result of the edition are speeches that, together, show the authorities concluding that they cannot avoid the worst, but promise to strive to avoid the catastrophe. At every moment we follow characters using an ironic humor.

The film has this great quality, the humor. Leaving politics, he plays at all times in different situations. Facing a digital enemy, McClane shows that he is not at all prepared for all the existing electronic paraphernalia, resulting in more funny moments. Anyway, jokes are the keynote of the feature. But, it’s not just jokes that Die Hard 4.0 is made of. There is also a lot of action. Some scenes are really exciting, like the first one; others not so much. There are scenes so exaggerated that they are almost ridiculous. These are scenes that undermine all the realism built by the good script. In fact, the special effects, due to the physical scenes, are discreet. They are just there to check more reality.

Die Hard 4.0 is the type of film that exudes testosterone. In times of sensitive superheroes, with existential crises, this production brings a protagonist who saves the world in brute force. John McClane does not have time to think about divorce or emotional problems with his daughter when he has all the American territory to save. The action that is spectacular, in the incessant and noisy sense that applies to the adventure super productions of the last years, but that also has the characteristic cynicism of the protagonist and in a way to take things in play: the jokes that “relativize” the violence want to inscribe it in a graphic and playful sphere. This is another film with a video game soul, efficient in the genre, mathematically skilled in seducing young audiences, full of references to pop culture and, above all, to the digital age, with which director Len Weiseman (of the series) deals very freely “Underworld”) and screenwriter Mark Bomback (“Godsend”). Wiseman knew how to understand and reproduce the concept in Die Hard 4.0. Anyone looking for Willis’ most famous character is already expecting a lot of unlikely action and little explanation, and in that sense the fourth film in the series is up to its predecessors. McClane’s untimely nature, in turn, lends itself well to a mood that pits the wisdom of the elderly against the presumption of the youngest, and contrasts a world that is still analog with the new virtual order.

The situations in Die Hard 4.0 are so absurd that the viewer must leave reality outside the cinema and this is the biggest source of fun in productions like these. Many of these scenes are considered to be the high point of action: a car gliding towards the sky to shoot down a helicopter; a vehicle flying through the air towards the detective and the young man when two other cars appear preventing them from being crushed; an army jet opening fire on the truck driven by McClane on a highway. Everything very well done. But they are laughable scenes. They end up making the viewer remember that everything is out of reality. That is, it undermines the belief that everything that has been shown can, in fact, happen. However, there are great action scenes, like the aforementioned first scene, is the one that McClane faces Mai, the main assistant of Thomas Gabriel (the film’s villain). The fight between the two is sensational and funny. It’s the bully having to beat up a woman. The detective’s challenges only increase. In addition to facing a powerful enemy, he will have to fight to rescue his daughter, who was kidnapped by the terrible Gabriel. McClane has to defend his homeland and watch over his family’s life. The perfect setting for the hero figure. However, he is an ordinary hero, a normal person, and not someone with superpowers. This identification that the film is able to build with the main character is of fundamental importance. It is impossible not to root for him.

Die Hard 4.0 exaggerates, but does not displease. For those who like the genre and do not mind the impossible, it is an unmissable example. Otherwise, everything works. The story is interesting, social and political criticism is present and the script is well constructed. It is not a serious feature, which stimulates thinking and reflection. It is another blockbuster popcorn, made for large masses and for immediate consumption. But it also serves to show how remarkable the 1980s was for the pop universe. After this return and Sylvester Stallone, in Rocky Balboa (2008), the next was a sixty-year-old Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). A sign that this group still has something to offer. And if the public continues to accept these old icons with joy, what is the problem with that? Bruce Willis did his part well, showing that he has a lot of room for new challenges.

Review By: fernandoschiavi
Oh, the places you’ll go!
I don’t think any of the ‘Die Hard’ sequels can top the first. But this comes close.

I never wanted to leave, look away, or take a break from watching. Bruce Willis only gets sexier with age. Justin Long only gets more polite and wide-eyed at the wonder of it all. Together, they make a great pair.

The viewer is taken on a wild ride that really centers on one area: Washington, D.C. But within that area, there are trips up and down so many shafts (elevator and other), across airplanes in flight, hanging and climbing various ropes and cables, sliding away from numerous explosions, the action has to be quite inventive to keep the viewer from saying, ‘Really? Weren’t we just almost blown up 2 minutes ago?’

It works somehow – proving that editing, writing, direction, choreography, and camera angles can make you feel dizzy but not sick. Only the fiercest ‘Die Hard’ fans will love this (I do); it’s too stimulating for the viewer who watches more rom-coms than thrill-packed action flicks. So good, though – like a strong cocktail. If you only ever sip wine, that will knock you on your a**.

Review By: mathmaniac

Other Information:

Original Title Live Free or Die Hard
Release Date 2007-06-20
Release Year 2007

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 8 min (128 min)
Budget 110000000
Revenue 383531464
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Action, Thriller
Director Len Wiseman
Writer John Carlin, Roderick Thorp, Mark Bomback
Actors Bruce Willis, Justin Long, Timothy Olyphant
Country United States, United Kingdom
Awards 3 wins & 16 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital EX, DTS, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Cooke S4 and Angenieux Optimo Lenses, Arriflex 235, Cooke S4 and Angenieux Optimo Lenses, Arriflex 435, Cooke S4, Angenieux Optimo and Revolution Lenses
Laboratory Company 3, Los Angeles (CA), USA (digital intermediate), DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length 3,513 m (Sweden), 3,519 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision2 250D 5205, Vision2 500T 5218)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema

Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Live Free or Die Hard 2007 123movies
Original title Live Free or Die Hard
TMDb Rating 6.592 5,043 votes

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