The news just hit that Bruce Willis's health has taken a turn for the worse. His previously diagnosed aphasia had progressed to frontotemporal dementia (FTD), a horrible disease with no cure and no treatment. We are going to lose Bruce Willis, probably sooner than later, and I'm so sad about it. Even writing this piece was very difficult because it makes me sad. But in the spirit of celebrating the people we love while they are still with us rather than after they're gone, I wanted to program a movie marathon in his honor. This is for you, Bruno.
10 am - Blind Date (1987, dir. Blake Edwards)
11:45 am - Striking Distance (1993, dir. Rowdy Herrington)
1:30 pm - Armageddon (1998, dir. Michael Bay)
4:30 pm - Moonrise Kingdom (2012, dir. Wes Anderson)
6:30 pm - Die Hard (1988, dir. John McTiernan)
9 pm - Pulp Fiction (1994, dir. Quentin Tarantino)
Midnight - 12 Monkeys (1995, dir. Terry Gilliam)
2:15 am - Unbreakable (2000, dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
4:15 am - Death Becomes Her (1993, dir. Robert Zemeckis)
6 am - The Last Boy Scout (1991, dir. Tony Scott)
8 am - The Whole Nine Yards (2000, dir. Jonathan Lynn)
9:45 am - Hudson Hawk (1991, dir. Michael Lehmann)
Even if you're not going to do this marathon, watch a Bruce Willis movie tonight. You'll be glad you did.