Today is a reason for a little celebration! Really! First, we have an addition to our Die Hard rip off section, and we all agree it was long overdue. Well, the wait is over!
When I’ve started Rubber Axe, I’d decided to write positive reviews only. I don’t want to put people’s efforts down just because I don’t like something. So I would rather not review some stuff than to write bad stuff about it.
One day I told myself – why not binge-watch Dolph Lundgren’s movies? Well, wishful thinking, as I don’t have time to binge watch anything anymore, but the idea has stuck with me. Yeah, why not to watch (or re-watch) Dolph’s movies? Surely, there are quite a lot of them, but as I haven’t seen all of them, it’s surely sounded like a nice challenge.
Man, they don’t do them like this anymore…
Great 1990s, the peak of home video entertainment has brought some truly unforgettable moments in movie history. And to continue with our series of Die Hard ripoffs, I’ve picked up the endurance test in a form of Anna Nicole Smith’s non-acting in PM Entertainment’s movie Skyscraper. And yes, 22 years later there will be another one. Skyscraper, not Anna Nicole Smith, of course.
With this movie review I‘d like to introduce a sub-section of a review section, which I‘ve gloriously dubbed (if only in my mind) „Love offspring of John McClane“, in other words, we‘re gonna deal with – you‘ve guessed it – Die Hard rip offs and clones. Not exactly a novelty, but fuck that, I am not alone liking Die Hard, am I? And if one checks sources for a minute, he/she can find literally a pile of movies trying hard to emulate the winning formula of famous Bruce Willis movie series.