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Actors Have Feelings, Too | Mike Ryan | Posted 04.24.2013 | Entertainment

Justin Long is in New York this week for the Tribeca Film Festival to promote his new romantic comedy, "A Case Of You," which Long co-wrote with his b...

Why Is John McClane Invincible Now?

Mike Ryan | Posted 04.15.2013 | Entertainment
Mike Ryan

Now, in A Good Day to Die Hard, there's a scene about 45 minutes into the movie in which McClane (along with his son, played by Jai Courtney, whom I did enjoy in this role) finds himself, once again, in a high-rise building. A helicopter is firing bullets into the room that the McClanes are in, so McClane and his son run at top speed toward the windows, break through, and jump into infinity. The two then crash though scaffolding at a high rate of speed (scaffolding that it's hard to believe they were aware existed), eventually falling into a chute of some kind and then landing safely on the ground without harm. McClane didn't think twice about this decision; there was no anguish at the thought of dying. He didn't even bother looking for a fire hose to swing from.

WATCH: First Look At 'Die Hard 5'

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 10.04.2012 | Entertainment

No hack yippee-ki-yay jokes here. Just pure, unadulterated action, Bruce Willis' undeniable charm and some expertly placed Beethoven. It's time for th...