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Adult Written byChris LP April 9, 2008

Good movie, but not intended for kids

This is the 3rd movie in the Die Hard franchise and one of my favorites. As always, John McClane is stuck in bad situation and has to save the day, this time alongside a racist black man from NYC. Violence is extreme with lots of blood. There are 98 uses of f--k and drug use.
Adult Written bySuperChuckles1401 March 13, 2015

Violent third movie in the series.

This a great movie! There's some intense violence (nothing to gory.) The R rating comes a ton of language. If language bothers you than this an easy skip, but if your like me and language doesn't bother you, than your ok.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Adult Written byG3 April 9, 2008
Adult Written byRIoT F. August 6, 2016

Strong language, some violenc, amazing movie

Die Hard: With a Vegeance is a great movie but it has very strong language the word n*gg** is used multiple times and f*ck also is used throughout the movie. Honestly, if you're child is not sheltered they will be fine. People kind of overreact I watched this movie when I was 9
What other families should know
Too much swearing
Adult Written byfonzieg April 3, 2015

Explosive, fun, and thrilling, just as good as the original!

The 3rd installment is just as thrilling and just as great as the 1988 action classic! It's full of full throttle action and a really good villain!
Parent of a 15 year old Written byTsion June 15, 2011

Most Enjoyable Die Hard...and the least questionable.

The Die Hard movies have always been incredibly entertaining, hard-R rated Indiana Jones adventures for adults. DIE HARD 3 is no exception. However, though it is just as entertaining, it is also less questionable than its predecessors. Though it deserves its R rating (mainly for language), it could prove a better alternative to the other two films. Violence is pretty much your standard John McClane stuff: people are shot and held hostage. Some perish when building or helicopters explode. However, unlike the previous Die Hard movies, only a few of these violent acts are very graphic. Though most feature some blood, only a shoot-out on a boat and a brief attack on terrorists in an elevator are explicit. This movie relies more heavily on stunts than violence. The pervasive language is the big reason for the R rating. There are more than 100 "f" words, but most are said quickly out of frustration and are not sexual in context. There are also some derogatory racial terms. A man and a woman briefly start to make out (he opens her shirt to reveal her bra) but they are interrupted by a big bang (literally). Parents should still view this before watching it with their teen to make sure it's appropriate, but you have a better chance with this Die Hard than the others.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Adult Written by4Spice October 22, 2009

classic 15 and ovier

great movie lots of action