The film feels like it was reverse-engineered from its "Yippee Ki-Yay Mother Russia" tagline, a wholly generic international actioner barely distinguished by the presence of Bruce Willis's banner hero.
I go to seen in the movie. I was expect borce wilton but some dumb bald in this garpage. i get up and leave. then i come back because i pay molny for tocket here is the score 2/10
Your good frons,
Despite the medium acting, the way too over the top and unrealistic action sequences, the bad CGI and the lack of great one-liners, the movie's biggest flaw is probably that it doesn't feel like a Die Hard movie. It feels like another normal PG-13 action flick. It's not a bad movie, it's just not on par with the previous Die Hard movies.
Although nowhere near the caliber of the original trilogy, A Good Day to Die Hard is still a decent action flick. A few of the action scenes are actually mildly impressive and feel very much like a return to 80's action cheese. Again, this is no classic (and the weakest Die Hard to boot) but I still had some brainless fun.
A Good Day to Die Hard is the opposite of Die Hard:
-It's Summer Vacation instead of Christmas
-1 and a half hours instead of 2 hours
-Dull villains instead of interesting ones
-Lack of enjoyment and enthusiam instead of being filled with it
-McClane being annoying and screaming "i'm on vacation" instead of being funny and likable
-Even the action isn't that interesting unlike the previous films
Hope the 6th one is better
Twentieth Century Fox,
Big Screen Productions,
Mid Atlantic Films,
Origo Film Group,
Temple Hill Entertainment