I don't know if you want to stick with doing the beyond courteous and helpful expansion of various character and movie pages but if you want ot help with actors page creations, feel free to look here as I have various photos waiting to be added.
I'm either way for the Bourne Identity film series being included here but so far the admins are claiming you previously added it without permission and are telling you to cease fire & claiming you already added it and were told not to.
I'll just weigh in and say that we should just hold a conversation on Bourne being included. Battleshipman is already half-and-half on spy films as it goes. The post-95 James Bond are included here because they were inspired much like any post-1988 action film by the Die Hard formula.
Shows like 24 and so on are on here because they share much in common with a man going around defusing bombs and trying to stop a gang of criminals with nukes. Taken also was explicitly stated by the creators as being influenced by McClane, Bourne, Bauer & others so that's why it's on here. Some of the war films are on here because they either have Bruce Willis or are homages to cheesy 80s/90s films.
Bourne Conspiracy was added from the get-go since it's game mechanisms share much in common with the Die Hard films and Die Hard Trilogy.
If we hold a panel on Bourne on whichever page, we can decide this further. Prior to the pages being deleted, I did find links with actor Matt Damon explicitly claiming that the Bourne films were inspired by James Bond in general and much like Die Hard and The Fugitive, it shares much in common with having a hero jump from building to building to avoid a sticky situation so I think it can count after another discussion.
Battleshipman didn't post this on your wall but he did give a reason here. Overall, it would be best if we held a voting party on this matter on one of our three walls on adding this movies.
There's many films the other admins do disagree on and I have chosen to not go that route and add it if several other people do believe it constitutes as a DHS film regardless of the overall take on the films themselves.
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Saw you added Total Recall ; that was fun searching for that and apparently the directors/writers of Die Hard 4.0 approached the remake the same way.
With the 1990 original, I always got the same vibe I did with any other Die Hard films set at an airport and apparently the filmmakers were deliberately doing send-ups of how absurd they were while making their own absurd action film.
Well, let's discuss that once the holidays are over (or whenever possible) since Outland was added because it's often cited as "High Noon-in-Outer-Space" as it's an outer space marshal trying to prevent disorder caused by outer space outlaws.
Also, I take the blame as I added the much-talked about High Noon on to here and we keep talking about what to do with pre-dated films. Can we simply just put them in the category of Pre-Dated films?
BTW, he added Ghosts of Mars because that's often cited by John Carpenter continuing his Assault on Precinct 13 formula just on a planet. It, DOOM and Deep Rising do bare more resemblance with something like Aliens, Predator or even Total Recall but they have the trapped group of people fighting off swarms of infected men so it's more than just a Resident Evil/zombie movie film.