We have a flourishing independent film scene. Micro-budget projects being built from the ground up, mostly through crowdfunding. And we have the huge superhero movies, but the in-betweens, the films that people really care about, have vanished.
I was scouring the Internet some time ago and found out they'd made a sequel to Road House. I'm not sure why. The original came out in 1989, starred Patrick Swayze playing a bouncer in a hick bar and has been routinely included on "enjoyably bad" film lists ever since.
Without getting bogged down in the logistics of each film, the entire point in Die Hard is that they are adult movies with profanity and violence abound. Controversially 5 has received this 12A rating, but why?
You know the drill - you've watched an enjoyable film and it's coming to a satisfying yet bombastic ending. You think, yes, lovely, that was a perfect way to spend a Friday night. But that's NOT the end.