Skip to comments.‘Die Hard’ Star Declares Film a ‘Christmas Cult Classic’
Posted on 12/27/2021 11:53:25 PM PST by ProfessorGoldiloxx
"The debate over whether Die Hard is a Christmas movie or not rages anew every December. Fans of the Bruce Willis action classic will likely litigate this until the end of time. That debate extends to the cast and crew, as well. Recently, another star of the film weighed in to say yes, Die Hard is as Christmas as It’s a Wonderful Life.
De’voreaux White, who played Argyle, John McClane’s limo driver, recently wrote a piece for Newsweek about his time on the Bruce Willis classic and how he landed the gig. About halfway into the column, White lays the Christmas debate bare.
“Die Hard is one of the original action-packed movies, however, it’s also a Christmas cult classic,” he wrote. “That’s what it is; Argyle said so!”
White joins a growing list of people that worked on Die Hard that say it’s a Christmas movie. That includes the movie’s writer and director. ..."
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The article lays out it’s case. For me, it takes place at Christmas (before, at a party) so it’s a Christmas movie.
Not a Christmas movie.
“Welcome to the party pal”... The closing scene is set to a Christmas song for crying out loud.
Yes, it is.
Not a Christmas movie anyone than the Battle of the Bulge was ...
Midnight Clear I suppose could be....maybe
Most Christmas movies have nothing to do with Christmas. Look at Home Alone. It could have been set over spring break, Memorial Day, or the 4th of July with just a few minor tweaks to the script.
Ho Ho Ho now I have a machine gun !!!! That line makes it a Christmas Movie LOL
Hey man it just ain’t Christmas until Hans Gruber hits the sidewalk.
Not about Christmas
This useless crap is what Newsweek gas to offer?
This useless crap is what Newsweek has to offer?
All this guy posts is useless crap.
Die Hard, along with Rambo I/Rambo II were big high lites on the 24th of December for German TV.
Alan Rickman unavailable for comment . . .
. . . and of course, who cares. Just another pathetic media move to attempt to draw attention to itself and away from Brandon.
Die Hard II is also therefore a Christmas movie
“Its not Christmas until I see Hans Gruber falling from Nakitome Tower”
Bruce Willis was asked to leave an LA Rite Aid earlier this year when he wasn’t wearing a mask. He subsequently apologized calling it an “error in judgment”.
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