Everything Wrong With Die Hard 2 In 19 Minutes Or Less

  • Published on: 29 December 2016
  • Die Hard 2. Nowhere near as good as the first one, but still somehow weirdly enjoyable, despite its laziness. Sins out the ass, though.

    Next week: A pair of related stylized sequels.

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  • Brendan Mulhall
    Brendan Mulhall   6 days ago

    Been going through your videos (again), your lack of a sin video for “Airplane” is worthy of a sin. ding

  • Katie Randall
    Katie Randall   1 weeks ago

    I liked this film, much more than the next one. But I've never quite got over seeing William Sadler naked.

  • Waxy12
    Waxy12   1 weeks ago

    Al Capones Bootlegging Trial?! That was a good one.

  • Walter Johnson
    Walter Johnson   1 weeks ago

    Civilian commercial transports do not have ejection seats!

  • Vineet Honkan
    Vineet Honkan   1 weeks ago

    you didn't sin the simpsons episode that played in the background...

  • Evan
    Evan   2 weeks ago

    C'mon, the worst thing about this movie is when Bruce Willis talks about how "this punk pulled a Glock 7 on me" and then goes on to describe a Glock 17 (there is no Glock 7) in the most ridiculous way imaginable, that anyone who has ever seen a Glock would know is nonsense. He describes an inexpensive polymer framed gun (with steel slide and barrel of course) made in Austria as a "porcelain gun made in Germany that's invisible to metal detectors". Yeah...they're clearly plastic and steel, and say AUSTRIA on them. They also have the model number stamped on the slide.And Dulles in in Virginia, so DC regulations wouldn't be relevant.

  • alekesam
    alekesam   3 weeks ago

    Sin 74 was always something that bugged me as much as I love this movie. Weird thing to get hung up on given how ott the story and action gets but SWAT walking down a bottleneck with zero cover just irks me to high heaven.

  • Robert Bowden
    Robert Bowden   3 weeks ago

    Who knew Jessica Yaniv was in Da Die Hard movie?

  • Mykhal_Gaming
    Mykhal_Gaming   3 weeks ago

    cop says and he broke DC laws but Dulles airport is not in Washington DC

  • RoRo Taylor
    RoRo Taylor   3 weeks ago

    At 17:11 what if he was wrong about the blanks and he just is a bad aim because the only evidence he found to think that was not being able to hit anything in the previous scene

  • Ian Miller
    Ian Miller   3 weeks ago

    Why didn't sin the fact the movie was literally called Die Hard 2: Die Harder?

  • Joey Jojo Junior Shabadoo

    5:32, this scene always bugged me. As he just stated he did accomplish his objective, which means he didn't fail him this time, so why fail him again? There was no fail.

  • Ballowax 2002
    Ballowax 2002   1 months ago

    not gonna lie, I think the color timing on the blu-ray release is worst than the DVD

  • Chris
    Chris   1 months ago


  • Brit Lynx
    Brit Lynx   1 months ago

    Should've sinned the hell out of the Glock "facts". McClane was wrong on virtually every count. Then again to most Americans, Austria IS Germany.

  • Max Neugebauer
    Max Neugebauer   1 months ago

    5:17 Also How could a restraining order over a punch on a douchebag for what he did wrong in the first place be able to get sent out. I'm sure in real life that wouldn't happen because Holly was right to hit him, and Dick was wrong to go to her house without her or John's permission in the first place.

  • Salty Pugs
    Salty Pugs   1 months ago

    One plus sin because CIDRAP is a disease thing

  • Jam64
    Jam64   1 months ago


  • Steven Lankford
    Steven Lankford   1 months ago

    I've never scene such obvious stunt doubles than on the wing of that plane.

  • Bowen Hayes
    Bowen Hayes   1 months ago

    I'm confused, when he sins the expendables scene where they set the dock on fire he says, "why wouldn't the flames continue to follow the fuel up towards the plane?" then proceeds to add a sin. In this its, "fire and fuel dont work that way." This dude needs to make up his damn mind.

  • Mark Garin
    Mark Garin   1 months ago

    And no one commented on my three substantial mistakes in this movie....your so full of shit.

  • Chelsea Montaño
    Chelsea Montaño   1 months ago

    I once flew to Washington D.C. from LAX and was able to bring my tazer on board. I didn't even realize I had it in my purse until the 80 year old volunteer at the Smithsonian found it when searching my purse. So it isn't out of the realm of possibility that little old lady would have a tazer on the plane.

  • Psychphüq
    Psychphüq   1 months ago

    No-one figured out that "Runway 1-5" & "Runway 1-0" would be angled toward each other (1-5 =150º & 1-0 = 100º)...? Also runways have L, C, or R designations for Left, Centre, & Right if more than 1 in same orientation...

  • Fartein Jonassen
    Fartein Jonassen   1 months ago

    Somehow in this movie nearly all the sins are what makes me love it.

  • Alex Reilly
    Alex Reilly   1 months ago

    Is the plot of this the reason the bad guy is in Shawshank?

  • pnighswander
    pnighswander   1 months ago

    There’s a scene where Mcclane makes a call on a pay phone in Dulles and the sign on the phone reads “Pacific Bell” as opposed to “C&P Telephone” (pre Verizon). Sin!

  • David Mannarino
    David Mannarino   1 months ago

    just have an idea : everything wrong with FAILURE TO LAUNCH, it might be fun!

  • Vincent Ferreira
    Vincent Ferreira   2 months ago

    Oh and let’s also end the “soldiers show up in FUCKING BERETS when they are called in to handle a military situation. That’s just fucking dumb...and their berets look like dog shit lol.

  • Vincent Ferreira
    Vincent Ferreira   2 months ago

    Can we PLEASE end the “SWAT team going into a house with iron sights on their rifles, no body armor and basically baseball caps on their heads” trope? That is NOT how SWAT teams roll out, even back then.

  • ptschafer
    ptschafer   2 months ago

    I can't believe that nobody referenced the drug lord military escapee as "The Most Interesting Man in the World."

  • Bo Collins
    Bo Collins   2 months ago

    ... then that does make it a Christmas movie

  • Farrdawg Joker
    Farrdawg Joker   2 months ago

    The world's biggest drug dealer lands and is taken by special forces and they are only a few minutes from the White House,Pentagon, Senate, and everything guarded by the most advanced antiaircraft missiles and weapons but somehow they believed they could just fly off into American air space with no jets blowing their ass out of the sky! Yea logic!