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Many Explosions, Weak Story

By Larrygot
Written August 30, 2015
If you like tons of explosions, gun fights and car chases this Die Hard edition will exceed your expectations. But if you're looking for a villain based action adventure with a strong story line and classic Die Hard sarcasm, avoid it.Bruce Willis is top notch, but the writing and directing are disappointing.
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A Horrible Day after watching Die Hard

By doronzoa
Written April 25, 2015
It really hurts to say "NO." I was so excited when I heard this movie was coming out. With regret, I must say that it is nothing like the first three...even the 4th. It's sad, really. This movie was quickly thrown together to make guaranteed $$$. I really wish they but more effort into the movie. This really sucks.
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Best Die Hard Movie

By benjamin0644
Written July 03, 2015
This was one fun movie. One of the best chase scenes. The vehicle chases and the helicoptor scenes were great. This is a must see movie. The way the two main carracters play off each other just adds to the fun. Get your popcorn and sit back and enjoy.
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WORST MOVIE EVER

By jesuisderekk
Written July 02, 2015
come on bruce. I love the witty one liners but seriously this movie was awful. No strength in the plot. action was cheesy and unrealistic. Most of it wasn't even bad funny. JUST PLAIN BAD. I would give this a negative rating. WASTE OF MONEY AND TIME.
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Giving it a so-so only because I'm a Die Hard fan!

By avon_mom
Written August 28, 2015
As a huge fan of the entire Die Hard franchise, I can't help but feel let down at this current sequel. This movie lacked the "luster" of previous Die Hard movies that captured the magic of wise-cracking John McClane. Not sure why, but the John McClane in this movie seemed a little less dangerous and thrilling & more like an extra character added to help his son, Jack the CIA agent kick some major Russian a$$. The normal John McClane humor was off and the storyline failed to capture interest from the beginning like previous Die Hards have. The bad guys didn't seem that bad and the McClanes didn't seem cohesive until near the end of the movie. On a positive note, the addition of actor Jai Courtney as Jack McClane, John's son, added a new possibility for this franchise to branch off. This guy is easy on the eyes and has all the sparkle and fire of a younger Bruce Willis. At times he was dead-on with his mannerisms of the John McClane character.
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