Iconoclastic, take-no-prisoners cop John McClane, for the first time, finds himself on foreign soil after traveling to Moscow to help his wayward son Jack. With the Russian underworld in pursuit, and battling a countdown to war, the two McClanes discover their opposing methods make them unstoppable heroes.
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As an action film, its good. This being the Harder Extended Edition brings back what was cut from the cinematic release in their attempt to make a Die Hard film child friendly. There's, blood, killing and a bit of swearing, but thats not enough to bring back the charm that the other films had, leaving this a rather empty film. John McClaine is more of a side character than the lead role, leaving the stage open for his son Jack, played by Jai Courtney who is probably the saving grace of this film as he acts his part out quite well. The story is weak, the character depth is weak, the feel of the film is non involving, but as a fan of the series and a lover of action films, I still say the film is worth a watch, but don't expect any of the magic from the original.
There is only 1 John McClane and this movie shows why the original is always the best. Hardcore Die Hard fans will not be disappointed as Bruce Willis is back with a vengeance and destroying Moscow in order to help his son played by Jai Courtney. The action is relentless and rushes along at breakneck speed while car chases, mayhem and destruction follow for the next 90 odd minutes. This is an entertaining movie and worthy of a 5 star rating, don't miss owning it, Yippee Kai Yay Mother Russia!
Have enjoyed all the previous die hard films, did not expect this film to as good . Pleasantly surprised by this film a good action movie lots of twists and turns highly recommend this to watch
It was a fast delivery and a great movie to watch
A Good Day to Die Hard is an average action film with a ton of cash thrown at it. The biggest problem with it is all the way through I was thinking, this isn't Die Hard. Sure it's got Bruce in the same character role but something is missing. Basically what I'm trying to say is if they changed Bruce's character name and the Die Hard title it would be any number of big budget action flicks, but if you did the same with the other 4 Die Hard films you would be saying these are just Die Hard without the name and character names.
A Good Day to Die Hard is a great movie, would recommend it to anyone. I hope they do more.
If liked all the other die hard movies you will loves A Good Day to Die Hard..