By Ryan Parsons | Image property of 20th Century Fox
Bruce Willis is John McClane
To be honest, I am a little unsure about a Die
Hard 4. Even though there is a good portion of people out there who
thought Die Hard 3 was the best, I strongly disagree. The best
Die Hard is the original when Bruce Willis has to face off versus
Alan Rickman. If you remember the classic line, 'Clay, Bill Clay,' then
you are most likely with me. However, Die Hard 4 continues to gain
steam, and cast, as it prepares to give us another round with Detective
John McClane. Though it is hard to say whether this latest installment will
even compare to the original or at least be as good as Vengeance,
the latest script review to pop up online helps.
Die Hard 4 Script
The good people over at LatinoReview
have a whopper of a report with their review of the movie script for film
Die Hard 4. Now, the site was a little less than enthusiastic on
the script, but the review is enough to give you an idea of how the story
goes with minimal spoilers. There is actually a new script for Die Hard
4 being worked on by Doug Richardson [Hostage] as we speak, but it
has been stated that the updated script will still stick closely to the
previous script titled WorldWar3.Com.
Though a new script for Die Hard 4 is coming, don't expect this
script review to become outdated when it does. Check out a few snippets
So what's John McClane up to these days?
He no longer is a cop for the NYPD, he's divorced, he's much older, in and out of Alcoholic's Anonymous and he is now a cop who is out of place working for the Department of Homeland Security.
My only gripe is that for a die-hard script there is no yippee kay yee mofo
(I know, it sounds corny) and there are no personal stakes for McClane in
here like in the 1st two movies. This setup aint personal for McClane, it
feels like he is just along for the ride. What’s at stake here is the good
ole US of A.
You can check the entire script review for Die Hard 4 by heading over to