Written September 18, 2014
I'd bet if you are a Die hard fan you'll like this movie, if gratuitous shootings, car crashes and explosions are not your thing, well, there's got to be some boring vampire movie playing now right? Compared to others in the series, bigger explosions, more bad guys go down, better car chases, fewer overall laugh lines (I mean, most of what he can say has been said now right? You'll predict most of his lines...)
One never looks to the Die Hard series for plot...just old-school action and a few laughs. A Good Day to Die Hard delivers on both counts. And there are enough plot twists to ignore the lack of plot in general but let's face it, Die Hard is about McLane shooting bad guys...as he says in the movie, it's what they do.
Go and enjoy...
Written January 27, 2015
This is really difficult for a Die Hard fan like me to say, but the only thing I liked about the movie was the action. The stunts, the explosions, the fighting. But truthfully, they were the only things I enjoyed. Right before seeing the Die Hard "5," I watched the first one at home to kind of "get me back in the frame of mind" so to speak. I noticed a major difference: the new movie had little to no character development. In the previous movies, there was much more dialogue and that was noticeably missing.
There were funny "son and dad" moments that occurred but frankly, they just had so little substance. Additionally, during a couple of action scenes I had a hard time even hearing John McClane. Did the stunt sequences, explosions and car chases deliver? Absolutely. Unfortunately, I enjoyed watching the trailer more than the movie.
Definitely for the adult who strictly wants action with little to no story development.
Ill give it 2.5 out of 5 stars.
Written February 20, 2013
No surprises here, great to see Jai Courtney coming into his own as an action star, but he did better work on Spartacus season 1 and on Jack Reacher. Bruce Willis fans will be happy.
Written July 06, 2015
Nothing boring about this film. End to end action but a tad short on a real plot this time around. Still, who would dare balk at this generation's John Wayne? Willis fills that bill Pilgrim and then some. See this movie. It's worth the ticket price. You won't be disappointed.
Written December 20, 2014
I had to pee the whole way through it, but i didn't dare get up and leave the theater for fear of missing something. it was NONSTOP ACTION! loved it!
Big fan of Bruce Willis and the previous movies in this series, so maybe i am a little biased. Could have done without some of the predictable (and grossly violent) death scenes, but i kind of expected it.
obviously NOT for kids!