No. I'm a huge Bruce Fan. I was just making the Tom Cruise "money grab" analogy. But while we're on the subject:
Die Hard 1, 2, 3-Pulp Fiction-Sixth Sense-Fifth Element-Last Boy Scout-Unbreakable-Whole Nine Yards-Hart's War-The Jackal-Twelve Monkeys-Last Man Standing-Tears of the Sun-Hostage
Hudson Hawk-Die Hard 4-Cop Out-16 Blocks-Sin City-Whole Ten Yards-Bandits-Armageddon-Bonfire of the Vanities-Striking Distance-Mercury Rising-The Siege
Higher good to crap=Winner!
I'm sure I'll get some shit for trendy movies like Sin City or Armageddon. So be it.
For what it's worth I consider all of those watchable.
I'll concede Hudson Hawk- it's universally reviled but I like it.
Die Hard 4 is a crappy action movie. But it's a crappy action movie with John McClane in it.
I think I was just in the right frame of mind for Cop Out when I saw it, but it was hilarious.
Just disagree with 16 Blocks and Sin City.
I don't remember if I saw The Whole Ten Yards, but I do know it's considered pretty awful. I would watch it if it happened to be on TNT sometime when I was bored.
I don't remember Bandits, Bonfire of the Vanities or Striking Distance.
The parts of Armageddon with Bruce Willis in it are good.
Mercury Rising is pretty lame, but I sat through it again last year.
And The Siege is something I would watch if it was on.
Granted, I wouldn't ever get the DVD or go out of my way to watch most of them, but if I caught them on TV I might watch them.