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Live Free or Die Hard (26-May-2007)

Director: Len Wiseman

Writers: Mark Bomback; David Marconi

Keywords: Action/Thriller, Hacking, Parkour, Explosions, Washington DC

After an intrusion at FBI Cyber Crime HQ, an off-duty NYPD detective, John McClane, is tasked to bring in a hacker for questioning. He finds professional killers are trying to kill this particular hacker. Worse, their adversaries (whoever they are) have killed a half-dozen other top hackers and begin seizing control of critical parts of America's infrastructure. Law enforcement is crippled by the lack of communication, and somebody's got to find out who's behind the "fire sale" attack and stop it.

Third sequel to Die Hard (1988).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cliff Curtis
Actor
27-Jul-1968   Whale Rider
Chris Ellis
Actor
14-Apr-1956   Character actor
Zeljko Ivanek
Actor
15-Aug-1957   Gov. James Devlin on Oz
Justin Long
Actor
2-Jun-1978   Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Jake McDorman
Actor
8-Jul-1986   Evan on Greek
Matt O'Leary
Actor
6-Jul-1987   Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire
Timothy Olyphant
Actor
20-May-1968   Sheriff Bullock on Deadwood
Maggie Q
Actor
22-May-1979   Mission: Impossible III
Tim Russ
Actor
22-Jun-1956   Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager
Jonathan Sadowski
Actor
23-Nov-1979   She's the Man
Kevin Smith
Film Director
2-Aug-1970   Mallrats
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Actor
28-Nov-1984   Final Destination 3

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