New hotness: DIE HARD is a Hannukah movie. Links here, but I’ll sum up: that movie features a man fighting a numerically superior invasion force, using nothing but what he can gather and use. Well, that and his own grim determination, his abundant (and highly sarcastic) mother-wit, and the nigh-tangible favor of the LORD. It also ends with a remarkable lack of forgiveness and charity, which really doesn’t fit a Christmas movie. You’re supposed in those to have the bad guys figure out they’re being bad on their own, and not figure it out halfway down the building you’ve just dropped him out of.
…Okay, I’m convinced. I wonder how you say THE LINE in Hebrew?
…Look, DIE HARD incorporates a bunch of Christmas stuff in the movie, OK? It just does. ‘NOW I HAVE A MACHINE GUN HO HO HO’ exists. They’re playing Christmas music all the time. McClain learns the true meaning of Christmas: saving your wife from a murderous European criminal gang. It counts.
Deal with it.
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(Via Hot Air Headlines) Mitt Romney:
“Governor might have been a better job for [Barack Obama] to have started with,” Romney joked.
“I say that because I actually think you learn from experience. I think it helps to have been in business before you actually start to run something in government. And then after you’ve done something in government, it helps to start perhaps a little lower level before you become president,” he added.
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Coming out in 2012. There’s to be another Gruber showing up.
Well, it might not suck.
PS: Look, Red Did Not Suck and I liked Live Free or Die Hard even if it did water down the tag line for the sake of a PG-13 rating. Besides, I never liked the way that they wrote out Holly. So maybe it’ll be OK.
Just watched Inception for the first time, actually.
And so good-bye to Die Hard. Yeah, I know, took me long enough.
Well, Die Hard is kind of a Christmas movie.
Either way, we say good-bye to The A-Team anyway.