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Submitted by CGMagazine 562d ago | review

CGM Reviews: A Good Day To Die Hard

Winter 2013 is starting to feel quite a bit like summer 1988 at the movies. Amidst all the Oscar glitz and glory, former Planet Hollywood action figures Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Bruce Willis have been releasing brand spanking new blockbusters as if a decade of disinterest hadn’t just passed them buy. Sadly, Arnie’s The Last Stand and Sly’s Bullet To The Head both bombed despite being decent action throwbacks, while Bruce Willis’ latest entry in the Die Hard franchise is about to become an inevitable hit despite being not only the worst release of the three, but the worst entry in a once proud franchise. The reason is sadly simple: brand loyalty. (A Good Day to Die Hard, Cinema) 1.5/5

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