Rawson Marshall Thurber
A security expert must infiltrate a burning skyscraper, 225 stories above ground, when his family are trapped inside by criminals.
Die Hard on a skyscraper. This was a fun, stupid movie that didn’t always make sense but was entertaining to watch.
Dwayne Johnson was great. I loved that his character was missing a leg. He was smart, a dedicated father and husband, and just an all-around good guy who was friends with the wrong people and in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The movie was over the top and ridiculous and just enjoyable to watch. There was nothing deep here. It was completely unbelievable, but that didn’t matter. It was easy to turn my brain off and just watch.
I liked that the wife, Neve Campbell, wasn’t helpless and that she had her own part to play in things. It would have been easy to make a damsel in distress or too much of a badass and they didn’t. I appreciated that a lot.