The seemingly everlasting debate over 1980s motion movie “Die Exhausting” and its deserves as a Christmas film ensnared each the New York and Los Angeles police departments Monday.
“On this Christmas Eve, we’d wish to acknowledge our companions at @LAPDHQ who’ve been working with us to guard Christmas since Hans Gruber’s 1988 assault on Nakatomi Plaza,” New York police tweeted. They concluded their publish with a hashtag declaring “YesItsAChristmasMovie.”
It did not take lengthy for police on the West Coast to answer.
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“On this Christmas Eve, we too wish to acknowledge our companions at @NYPDnews for his or her continued partnership-they’ll all the time be greater than welcome to observe in McClane’s footsteps & come to the (higher) coast & have a celebration. Yippie Ki Yay & ho ho ho,” the division tweeted alongside the identical hashtag.
The 1988 film, starring Bruce Willis as NYPD Detective John McClane, has sparked conversations about whether or not the Christmas Eve-set movie qualifies for the vacation style.
Within the movie, McClane visits his spouse at a vacation social gathering at a enterprise the place she works in Los Angeles. The festivities are quickly reduce brief, nevertheless, when a gaggle of terrorists, led by Alan Rickman’s Hans Gruber, takes command of the high-rise constructing. McClane is then compelled to avoid wasting hostages and take revenge on the terrorists.
The movie earned constructive critiques and spawned a number of sequels. A sixth entry within the collection is at present within the works.