Happy trails Hans

Note: I apologize in advance if I don’t get to your blog to comment this weekend.  I promise I will be back though.  The weekends are really rough right now at work.

I know that I’ve mentioned that I’m a fan of The Princess Bride here on my blog but I’m also a BIG fan of Die Hard and Live Free or Die Hard.  Die Hard was on TV last night and I was EXTREMELY pissed off that I had to go to work.  The upside to going to work is I’m making money….the downside is I miss out on all the “good” movies that are on during the weekends.


So back to Die Hard and Live free or Die Hard….They are a couple of my favorites because yet again good triumphs over evil.  Though I’m usually not a very big fan of “blood, guts and gore” movies I do enjoy these two movies a lot.  There is plenty more going on besides all the “blood, guts and gore” to keep me amused for 2 hours…There is a little bit of humor to keep things interesting and there is more than enough pyro (have I mentioned that I come from a long line of Pyromaniacs?) to offset the “icky” stuff.  Ok, and there is some “foul” language as well but even I can over look that.


Doesn’t Bruce look good for being 52?!  Any way…..Here are some of my ALL TIME favorite quotes from these movies:

Matt Farrell: You just killed a helicopter with a car!

John McClane: I was out of bullets.

                         Live Free or Die Hard

(Hans)So who are you then? Just another american who watched too many movies as a child. Another guy who thinks he’s John Wayne, Rambo?
(McClane)I was always kinda partial to Roy Rogers actually, really liked those sequined shirts.
(Hans)Do you really think you have a chance against us, Mr. Cowboy.
(McClane)Yippee kay yay mother fucker.

                             Die Hard

-This time John Wayne does not walk off into the sunset with Grace
-That was Gary Cooper, asshole.

                              Die Hard


One Response

  1. Ok, I gotta admit… Bruce Willis IS still sexy. And I had to laugh when I saw “Yippee kay ay, mother fucker!” I had forgotten what a famous line that became.

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