Bruce Willis continues his mission to slowly but surely destroy the Die Hard franchise, this time with the help of Jai Courtney.
“[Jack McClane] points a gun at his dad and says "Dad, back off!" and drives away.” —Elliott @09:59
“It feels like they decided to set this movie in Moscow because they couldn't think of a crime-riddled, lawless, yet super-populated city in America to do it in.” —Stuart @11:41
“If you're a deadbeat dad, that's all you have to do: save your child from terrorists.” —Elliott @16:45
“So that's the movie. They saved the world, they managed to patch up their relationship. They managed to kill, I'm just going to say, on the outside, this is a conservative estimate, three hundred and fifty Russians.” —Elliott @38:14
(sung) Flop House Movie Mail Bag/It's a bag of mail that we found under a bridge/These letters are addressed to Santa but we'll answer them anyway/Santa, if you're listening, here's what they want for Christmas (for Christmas)/Santa here's the mail bag
(sung) I'm Santa and I hear you Elliott/Where are those letters you told me about?
(sung) We've got them here in a bag/It's a mail bag, a mail bag of letters for Santa and us/But they're ours now and it's gonna cost ya, fat man, if you want these letters from the mailbag you lost under a bridge/Whaddya say to that, Kringle?
(sung) How DARE you, weird Elliott kid?/Why are you wearing a beanie with a propeller on it?
(sung) 'Cause I'm a kid and that's what kids wear while we're eating Go-Gurt and riding our skateboards with slingshots
I think that this isn't setting up the segment properly.
(sung) For Christmas I want some chicken nuggets shaped like dinosaurs in the Flop House Mail Bag (Flop House Mail Bag! Reading Rainbow!)
“My only real criticism of the movie is that the Head's family members are supposed to have super powers, but I'm pretty sure that Otis' indiscriminate punching of receptionists doesn't qualify.” —Dan reading Carson's prose @56:37