LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD review

Live Free Or Die Hard Lives up to it’s Die Hard title although it takes a while to get that Die Hard feeling back while you are watching it. This time around, John McLean is dealing somewhat with getting older and not being appreciated for doing heroic things.
But he sure doesnt have time to mull over that thought because the action comes fast and it does not disapoint. There is one really over the top scene…hint, JET, which is still enjoyable but over the top, the rest is really wicked. Some very painfull stunts i am thinking. You remember in past Die Hards when the bad guy does something really bad to a lot of people in that one scene…well, there is one moment in this movie where the bad guy does something bad…hint…underground tunnel lanes…. Defantely a top notch summer film. Lives up its Die Hard Title.
5 STARS

GENESIS part 2

From part 1

Imagine, imagine a world where the noise has been toned down and the masses have been eraticated by famine and disease and war. Imagine a gigantic shift in climate and 3 billion human lives lost.

And the story continues…

Outside the sheltered remains of a once happy home runs a river of grime and urine. With no system of any form of government or rule, the streets of this desolate city are ruled by one group. The Rage Comers, R.C. as the locals know them, are a faction that gathered together after the great fallout. The RC consists of surviving members of the Hells Angels, The MS-13 and the Triads. When their numbers were eradicated in the destruction, they formed the RC out of fear of losing their combined power over the streets and now in this lawless new world, it was easy for them to con-join. When John Sprak walked out his front door, he always looked down at the cracked sidewalks and never looked up at the blackened skys. …. To be continued…..

Genesis

In the beggining was the word and the word was mine. This is the first thing i shall etch onto the pages of the endless scrolls of web we call the internet. So as i challenge myself to begin this epic canadian story, i must endure cold tim hortons coffee and stale cigarettes. johnny cash to help out in the background and this epic tale never told shall begin, in what I call GENESIS. …. Imagine, imagine a world where the noise has been toned down and the masses have been eraticated by famine and disease and war. Imagine a gigantic shift in climate and 3 billion human lives lost. John Sprak remembers a sunny day once when he sat in his back yard, his son chasing the dog around and his wife in the lush gardens, giving the gift of water to the thirsty plants. How could one man endure the cold and black world that stands at his doorway when he used to bask in the warmth of a shimmering life…… to be continued….