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Submitted by movieshateyoutoo 617d ago | review

A Good Day to Die Hard Review | Movies Hate You Too

Nicholas of Movies Hate You Too writes:

Later this year the original Die Hard will celebrate its 25th anniversary. That film helped redefine the action genre and spawned countless imitators from Passenger 57, Speed, Under Siege, Air Force One, and its influence can still be seen in today’s releases (see Olympus Has Fallen). After a quarter of century of always being in the wrong place at the wrong time can John McClane spoil another terrorist plot while still thrilling audiences? (A Good Day to Die Hard, Cinema) 3/5

alycakes  +   616d ago
I liked this movie a lot but I'm not sure if I liked it as much as the one with his daughter in it. Maybe about the same...I'm just a little torn on that.

I just enjoy all of Bruce Willis action movies like this and they're more fun if they're personal like the Die Hard movies.
claud3  +   616d ago
He has covered the whole family, now for the grand parents
aviator189  +   616d ago | Interesting
Good movie but I want them scale back a bit in terms of scope for future die hard movies like the original.

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