As we've spoken about before, Die Hard meets the definition of a Christmas movie for a number of factors.
Firstly, it's set in Christmas. It features a family attempting to reunite with one another over the Christmas period, and it ends on a high note with some well-known Christmas number playing over the credits. You can read our logical reasoning for defining it as a Christmas movie, but it seems our neighbours across the sea believe otherwise.
According to a YouGov poll, 52% of Brits believe that Die Hard is not a Christmas movie, whilst 18% either didn't know or remain undecided on the issue. According to the poll's data, only 25-34 year olds considered Die Hard to be a Christmas movie, whilst all other age brackets disagreed.
Just for further posterity, a total of 5,457 were questioned on the topic - and they all got it wrong. Well, it's not like British people to make terrible decisions in a polling situation, right?