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A Good Day To Die Hard

John McClane goes global. For the first time, the New York City cop finds himself on an international stage as a fish out of water in Moscow. The film introduces McClane's estranged son Jack, an apple that hasn't fallen far from the tree, and who may even be more of a hard-ass than his father. John and Jack must put aside their personal and professional differences, and work together to keep each other alive and stop the Moscow underworld from controlling nuclear weapons.


Rated R
98 minutes

AMAZON US  |   AMAZON CA







Review: 
I sat down expecting a kick-ass action movie and that is exactly what I got!
Tons of WOW moments, so many wicked cool action scenes, lots of things getting blown to bits, groovy rides and graphic deaths.
I LOVE this Die Hard movie!
It fits perfect to this series. It's not as good as the first, but really they never are, still it's amazing in its' own right.
The hubby agrees. He says he loved that it was steady action.
Works for me. I bet it's work for you too!


5/5

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  1. I debated about writing a review for the movie when I bought the movie on DVD in June. Yes, it is action-packed, but I thought it was plotless.

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    1. I can agree there. If the plot was better it might be better than the first one... but it didn't quite get there.

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  2. Sounds like a decent movie to check out! I love the Die Hard movies and will definitely look into watching this one soon :)

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  3. The previous movies were good, but this one looked silly. Might catch it on cable.

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  4. Haven't seen this; interesting trailer

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