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A Good Day to Die Hard (2013)

February. 14,2013
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Iconoclastic, take-no-prisoners cop John McClane, finds himself for the first time on foreign soil after traveling to Moscow to help his wayward son Jack - unaware that Jack is really a highly-trained CIA operative out to stop a nuclear weapons heist. With the Russian underworld in pursuit, and battling a countdown to war, the two McClanes discover that their opposing methods make them unstoppable heroes.


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best movie i've ever seen.


Very interesting film. Was caught on the premise when seeing the trailer but unsure as to what the outcome would be for the showing. As it turns out, it was a very good film.


This movie was so-so. It had it's moments, but wasn't the greatest.


Good films always raise compelling questions, whether the format is fiction or documentary fact.


This is the only one in the series that I would say was just a down right bad movie. The acting was no good at all. The characters did not really interest me at all. The action was really uninspired compared to other movies in the series, and it just felt like this one more than the others were just made to make money. And that is something I just do not like in the modern day industry. When a film is just literally made with the sake of making money and absolutely nothing more.


It's a just a really bad script - not one good "die hard joke" or oneliner.


The first thing that comes into my head when I see bruce wills is wears john mclane I don't see him at all that's the biggest problem with this movie. I'm a big fan of the die hard franchise I thought die hard 4 was brilliant I thought they really understand what die hard is with that movie with this movie its like they didn't care about what die hard is. What makes die hard so great is john mclane for starters great action scenes great tension and a great villian every premise of a die hard movie is terriosts are attacking somewhere and john mclane has to stop them in this movie we don't have that premises the plot in this movie makes no sense yes there some decent action scenes that are fun to look at but they don't fit in to what the movie is going for jai courtney is like a winey little kid through out the movie and his character doesn't seem interesting the villan in this movie is terrible he's does nothing but just be a bad guy for no reason and that's also very bad for a die hard movie my biggest issue with this movie is the writer and director based on there previous work on other projects they did in the past no wonder this movie turned out to be bad did they even watch the previous die hard movies It's like they had no Idea what to do to make this movie good I sat throw this movie thinking to myself dame this movie could have been so much better if they did that or this but they didn't for me this movie gets a 1/10 don't waste your time with this movie watch the good die hard movies instead


A Good Day to Die Hard, the latest in the multi-million dollar series, is a deceptive film. It's opening five or so minutes, which see multiple plot threads being set up with Nolanesque aplomb, seduce you into letting your guard down… which is when the film's putrid awfulness strikes. But what is this awfulness? Well, it's not the meagre script, nor is it Bruce Willis' disinterested performance, nor is it the absence of any remotely interesting or intimidating villains, nor is it the fact that this film turns Willis into a bloody sidekick – because obviously the producers thought that what the public wanted to see from in the next Die Hard film is John McClane being made to look a useless twit by his punk kid – no, it's simply the cinematography. Oh, the cinematography. I swear, if you had given the camera to a drunken geriatric with Parkinson's, you would have gotten a better image. Shaky-cam, zoom- ins and shutter-speed are just some examples of the visual savagery Moore employs in this magnum crapus of his. Even the stupid ending can't overshadow the horribly rough look of this film, though by God it tries. I won't spoil it for you, but suffice to say, it makes the Fighter Jet antics of Die Hard 4 look positively Dogme 95 in comparison. Yet that's to be expected when you get the guy who wrote X-Men Origins: Wolverine to do your screenplay. However, if you can get over the aesthetic and intellectual deficits, this film DOES have a lot of explosions.