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Bruce Willis Says That 'Die Hard' Is Not A Christmas Movie

So, we're just supposed to ignore the whole "Now I have a machine gun, Ho Ho Ho" thing?

During 'The Comedy Central Roast Of Bruce Willis,'  Bruce Willis proclaimed that 'Die Hard' was not a Christmas Movie while closing out the show with a Harmonica Solo.

The screenwriter, according to NME, says that he feels that the film is a Christmas Movie. Steven E. de Souza shared on Twitter the "How could it not be" attitude, given all of the stories going on within the movie, the scenery, and more, and even responded to Jake Tapper, who asked if it was with a #DieHardIsAChristmasMovie.

Steven E. de Souza on Twitter

@jaketapper Yes, because the studio rejected the Purim draft #DieHardIsAChristmasMovie

 

Personally, in my corner, we watch 'Die Hard' around Christmas, and it is a joy every year marking Christmas watching Hans Grueber falling off Nakatomi Plaza.

But let's be honest, this seals the deal:

Alan Rickman: Now I have a machine gun. Ho ho ho.

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