A Good Day To Die Hard | Geekenstein Review

"Normally I write my reviews in two parts. I like to give people unfamiliar with the film a summary of the plot and then an overview of my opinion on whether it’s worth the time and hard earned money to make the trek to the theater. A Good Day to Die Hard is so difficult to write like that, mainly because the plot is very convoluted and pretty much non-existent. The film is just car crashes and bullets book ended with odd conversations between bad guys and domestic bickering between the main characters. Basically Bruce Willis returns as America’s favorite retired NYPD detective, John McClane, who once again finds himself to be the wrong guy in the wrong place at the wrong time. The setting this go around is Russia. He thinks his son is in trouble and about to be sent to prison for life for shooting a guy. So John hops on the first plane to Russia. Unbeknownst to him, his son, Jack played by Jai Courtney, is actually an undercover CIA operative trying to rescue a political prisoner by the name of Yuri Komarov. Komarov was wrongly imprisoned for being a whistle blower to a highly ranked and corrupt Russian official. The politician wants Komarov to turn over a secret file that could end his career. Things get crazy, scum bags get shot, and about a thousand cars get destroyed in a ridiculous getaway car chase. This movie has more property damage than the four previous franchise installments combined." - Craig Kandiko of

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