Feast your eyes on the greatest gingerbread house of all time: a beautiful representation of the Nakatomi tower from the classic ’80s action flick (and also, beloved Christmas film), Die Hard.
Besides the fact that this festive fortress deserves to be enshrined in the world’s most prestigious art gallery, it also serves as yet another reminder of the irrefutable truth that “Die Hard” is about as much a part of Christmas as Santa Claus and alcoholic egg nog.
Sure, there’s no pervasive holiday wholesomeness to the film, but if you seriously can’t enjoy watching John McClane pick off terrorists (RIP Alan Rickman) while you sip hot chocolate in front of a fire in the fireplace in your customized Christmas PJs, then you’re just lying to yourself.
At the end of it all, it’s really all about one man trying to save his wife so they can spend Christmas together, and there’s nothing that screams Christmas movie than that.
Oh, and also, Die Hard ornaments.