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Nakatomi Plaza DIE HARD Collection Blu-ray Review

Yippee Ki Yay Mother Truckers. I recently had the chance to review the Nakatomi Plaza Die Hard Collection Blu-ray set from Fox. Like most of my Blu-ray reviews I recorded a YouTube review for your viewing pleasure. Watch the video above and keep reading for more on this awesome collectors edition.

Collection Description:

Ever wanted to scale Nakatomi Plaza with John McClane, just like in the first Die Hard? On October 13, fans can do just that with the NAKATOMI PLAZA: DIE HARD COLLECTION! Featuring all five of the franchise’s action-packed films in a replica of the legendary Los Angeles tower, this limited edition collection is McClane-approved and like nothing you’ve ever seen before, making it the perfect gift for action and Die Hard fans everywhere.
 
Every limited-edition set comes with all five films on both Blu-ray and Digital HD as well as an explosive hour-long featurette that celebrates this iconic franchise with filmmakers and talent interviews. The Nakatomi Plaza also honors Hans Gruber and the vanquished villains from the series with collectible cards only found in the box set. And if that wasn’t enough, check out the 32-Page, behind-the-scenes book on all the secrets of the movies that even the most die-hard fans may not even know!

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NAKATOMI PLAZA DIE HARD COLLECTION FEATURES:
  • Blu-ray & Digital HD Versions
    • Die Hard
    • Die Hard 2: Die Harder
    • Die Hard: With A Vengeance
    • Live Free or Die Hard (includes Unrated Version)
    • A Good Day to Die Hard (includes Unrated Version)
  • Blu-ray Bonus Disc: “Decoding Die Hard”
  • 5 Exclusive Villain Collectible Cards
  • 32-Page Behind-The-Scenes Booklet on the Franchise

Buy the Nakatomi Plaza Die Hard Collection HERE

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