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Jovin Tardif is a freelance writer, storyteller, interviewer, reviewer and conversation starter.

First Look at DIE HART premiering on Quibi

DIE HART Premieres on Quibi July 20th. New Chapters Every Weekday until July 29th starring Kevin Hart (Jumanji: The Next Level), John Travolta (The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story), Nathalie Emmanuel (“Game of Thrones”) #DIEHART #Quibi.

Synopsis – Die Hart with Kevin Hart, John Travolta and Nathalie Emmanuel

In DIE HART, Kevin Hart plays a fictionalized version of himself on a quest to land the action-movie role of a lifetime.

Hart gets his wish when a famous director offers him his dream – to be a leading man action star – but there’s a catch. Kevin must first train at the world’s greatest action star school, run by a lunatic (Travolta).

Pushed to his limits by this action school coach and a tough-minded rival student (Nathalie Emmanuel), Kevin must survive a series of hilarious, over-the-top action sequences and face his fears if he wants to achieve his dream. Stream DIE HART July 20 on #Quibi #DIEHART

What On What’s Good Initial Thoughts of Die Hart

Kevin Hart is this summer’s biggest action star? This should be hilarious. I can’t wait.

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Official Poster – Die Hart

die hart Nathalie Emmanuel John Travolta and Kevin Hart

Quick review

Kevin Hart wants to be a leading man in an action film. He is tired of being the sidekick to Dwayne Johnson. After an offer from a well-established director (Jean Reno), Kevin decides to join a Bootcamp run by Ron Wilcox (John Travolta).

Wilcox is apparently responsible for making big action stars like Jackie Chan, Matt Damon, and Chuck Norris.

Wilcox is a little rough around the edges. Some would even call him mad. Kevin struggles throughout the film as expected. Eventually, Hart is joined by a classmate (Nathalie Emmanuel).

It was an amusing short series. I had a fun time watching it. It’s about 90 minutes long. I’m a bit puzzled why it wasn’t a movie though.

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