Sorry, that was to be expected now, but Frank Capra's fairy tale about the suicidal savings bank clerk (James Stewart), who is put back on track by an angel, is still magical after more than 70 years. Fun fact: the brilliant professional sarcastist Dorothy Parker also worked on the screenplay of the feel-good classic.
The eternal question of whether "Die Hard" is a damn Christmas movie or not, we answer like this: "Ho ho ho, now I have a machine gun." And it's Christmas Eve that John McClane aka Bruce Willis makes a Terrorist squad pulverized and a high-rise building at the same time. At the end Vaughn Monroe sings "Let it Snow". Any questions?
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