How Many Die Hard Movies Have You Seen?

If you’re a fan of Die Hard, then you’ve probably seen all of the movies in the franchise. But how many times have you seen them? We’ve put together a list of the Die Hard movies, ranked by how many times they’ve been watched.

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Introduction

Die Hard is a series of American action films beginning with Die Hard in 1988, centered on the character John McClane, a New York City police detective who finds himself in life-threatening situations while countering terrorist plots. The first three films were directed by John McTiernan and starring Bruce Willis as McClane. Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995) and Live Free or Die Hard (2007) were directed by John Moore and starring Willis as McClane. A Good Day to Die Hard (2013) was directed by John Moore and starring Jai Courtney as McClane’s son Jack McClane.

The films have grossed more than $1.4 billion worldwide, making it one of the most successful action franchises of all time.

Die Hard

Die Hard is a series of American action films that began with the 1987 film Die Hard. The series follows the adventures of John McClane (played by Bruce Willis), a New York City police detective who finds himself in the middle of increasingly dangerous situations.

The first Die Hard film was directed by John McTiernan and became a critical and commercial success, grossing $140 million worldwide. It spawned three sequels: Die Hard 2 (1990), Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995), and Live Free or Die Hard (2007). A fifth film, titled Die Hard: Year One, is currently in development.

Die Hard 2

Die Hard 2 is the second movie in the Die Hard series. Bruce Willis returns as John McClane, an off-duty cop who must save passengers on a plane from terrorists. The movie was released in 1990 and grossed over $240 million at the box office.

Die Hard with a Vengeance

Die Hard with a Vengeance is the third movie in the Die Hard series and was released in 1995. Bruce Willis returns as John McClane, this time teaming up with Samuel L. Jackson’s character Zeus Carver to foil the plot of Simon Gruber, brother of Hans Gruber (the villain from the first movie).

The movie was a commercial success, grossing $365 million worldwide, and is generally considered to be one of the better entries in the Die Hard series.

Live Free or Die Hard

diehard_fansubject is a 1988 American action film directed by John McTiernan and written by Steven E. deSouza and Jeb Stuart. It is based on Roderick Thorp’s 1979 novel Nothing Lasts Forever, which was previously adapted into the film Die Hard (1988). The film stars Bruce Willis as New York City Detective John McClane, who is caught up in a terrorist plot when he accompanies a hacker (played by Justin Long) to Los Angeles in order to stop a group of terrorists who are planning to shut down the United States’ computer infrastructure. Bonnie Bedelia, Reginald VelJohnson, William Atherton, and Hart Bochner co-star.

The original Die Hard was released on July 15, 1988, and was an enormous critical and commercial success. The film grossed $140 million domestically and $180 million worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing film of that year. livefreeordiehard diehard4 yippeekiyay motherfucker

A Good Day to Die Hard

The fifth installment in the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard was released in 2013. The movie once again stars Bruce Willis as John McClane, a New York City police detective who finds himself in the middle of a terrorist plot. While the movie was not as well-received as some of the earlier entries in the series, it still grossed over $300 million at the box office.

Die Hard: Year One

Die Hard: Year One is a 2011 action thriller film directed by John Moore and starring Bruce Willis. It is the fifth installment in the Die Hard franchise, and a prequel to the original Die Hard (1988). The film was released on June 27, 2007 in North America.

Die Hard: Vendetta

Die Hard: Vendetta is the fourth installment in the Die Hard franchise, and was released in 2002. Bruce Willis returns as John McClane, and the movie also stars John Leguizamo and Timothy Olyphant. In this movie, McClane’s daughter is kidnapped by a terrorist group, and he has to team up with a former NYPD detective to rescue her.

Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza

Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza is the first movie in the Die Hard franchise, released in 1988. Bruce Willis stars as John McClane, a New York City police detective who tries to stop terrorist Hans Gruber (played by Alan Rickman) from robbing Nakatomi Plaza, a Los Angeles high-rise. Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $140 million worldwide.

Die Hard: The Final Chapter

In Die Hard: The Final Chapter, John McClane (Bruce Willis) faces off against terrorist leader Thomas Gabriel (Timothy Olyphant). McClane is asked to help thwart Gabriel’s plan to hack into government computers and shut down the United States’ power grid.

This is the fourth and final installment in the Die Hard series, which began with the original film in 1988. Die Hard: The Final Chapter was released in 2013.

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