Good Day to Die Hard (review)

Good Day to Die Hard (review)
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Die HardBruce Willis is back for the 5th time traveling to Russia, where ends up with him in a mighty battle over nuclear weapons with his son. It goes like this: a few lines of throwaway dialogue, then a flashy fight. Repeat for 97 minutes. The first chase sequence is spectacularly over the top. And it gets bigger from there. The father/son thing provides almost as much conflict as the humdrum villains and Jai Courtney’s performance (as the son) is as flat as Willis’. Otherwise, there’s lots of firepower with no time for it to drag. Don’t expect anything other than big action and you’ll be mindlessly entertained.

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