Bruce Willis Finally Weighed In On If Die Hard Is A Christmas Movie Or Not
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It's one of those questions that has pestered society since the beginning of time: Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?
The debate has raged on for years with many believing the film, which was released in cinemas in July but set on Christmas Eve, fits the bill of a "Christmas movie".
Then there are others who just believe it's an action film, with Christmas being an unimportant factor in the plot. There's also a third camp of people who are like, "Why do we have to ruin everything with these dumb debates? I'm tired and hungry!"
If you've struggled to decide where you stand on the all important debate, the star of the Die Hard franchise, John McClane himself, Bruce Willis weighed in with his "definitive" beliefs.
The Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis was taped on the weekend -- set to air later this month -- and at the event Willis was mocked relentlessly by the likes of Looper co-star Jospeh Gordon-Levitt, Dennis Rodman for some ungodly reason, Martha Stewart because why not and a special ruthless appearance from his ex-wife Demi Moore.
Near the end of the evening Willis decided to declare, once and for all, that "Die Hard is not a Christmas movie".
Except instead of ending the debate for good, it simply reignited it six months before it should officially begin.
Now, it's important to note that occasionally the author's final word can be completely dismissed as the rantings of a madman, for instance the creator of the GIF continues to try and convince people it's pronounced "JIF" despite the G in "GIF" standing for Graphic, not Jraphic...
Look, at the end of the day Die Hard is an iconic film and you can either choose to believe it's a Christmas film or you can go about your day being wrong. It's up to you!!
Merry Christmas (in July).
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