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Excessive Steam Syndrome: Excessive steam is produced in the boiler room under the roof, obviously added for suspense.
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Indestructible Edible: John finds a Twinkie that he says is years old and asks what they're made of.McClane himself is made more sympathetic. He's not misogynistic the way Leland is in the book, and McClane mostly kills only in self-defense, while Leland executes captured terrorists simply because he thinks they are about to try and lecture him on the righteousness of their cause. Karl's brother being killed is a deliberate choice by Leland in the book, while in the film it's more accidental due to him trying to overpower McClane. More importantly, McClane's actions save everyone on the roof, so it's clear McClane's involvement is a good thing and unambiguously heroic. In the book, it's never entirely clear if Leland's actions didn't end up making things worse. In the climax, Hans keeps the last Mook standing from shooting John right away by saying "Nein! Dies ist mein," which translates to "No! This one is mine." I figured since I've waxed Tony and Marco and his friend here, I figured you and Karl and Franco might be lonely so I wanted to give you a call."
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Did I Mention It's Christmas?: The holiday has some plot relevance: It's why John is visiting his estranged wife in the first place, and the Nakatomi employees are partying in a mostly empty building.
John McClane: Mayday, mayday! Anyone copy in channel 9? Terrorists have seized the Nakatomi building and are holding at least 30 people hostage! I repeat, unknown number of terrorists, six or more armed with automatic weapons, at Nakatomi Plaza, Century City. Somebody answer me, goddamn it! Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Hans Gruber pretends to be an escaped partygoer when he first meets John McClane.