Written February 16, 2013
This movie stays true to the formula, which isn't a terrible thing where the action is concerned. Willis plays the American cowboy-NYPD cop John MaClane again, and this time he's out to get his son out of a Russian prison. As it turns out, his son is on a mission and kicking butt runs in the family. This movie has some truly amazing car chases and explosion action sequences that are worth the price of admission on their own. If you want to see a 20-minute car chase, for example, that starts off with half a dozen 7-series BMWs getting blown up and just keeps on going for what seems like a very, very long time, this movie won't disappoint you. There are also several shoot-outs that include attack helicopters with very large caliber repeater canons. It's all good fun because Willis can pull off these intense action scenes in his sleep. The only disappointment is the story and dialog, but that's not the reason to go see this film.
Written August 27, 2014
Story line was great, the action was outstanding, but Bruce is getting on for this kind of film. The man playing his son, looks like a really good replacement. I will buy the video when it comes out. Still love the show.
Written September 19, 2014
This was the first movie I saw in IMAx LOVED it! Movie was non stop action and the IMax format just enhanced it would recommend it to all.
Written February 18, 2013
Really good action. IMax was fantastic. Easy to see that the Die Hard vehicle will keep rolling on to more. Just when you think there is a limit to how much trouble he can get in the middle of there is another action packed adventure. Definitely recommended to see on the big screen.
Written December 26, 2014
with this super trend of 007 type of movies, die hard became really old and obsolete. it is really hard to believe... movies like 007, Jason Bourne, are closer to something real. The scenes are well done, sound is amazing (imax) but the history is bad...