Written January 30, 2015
Not one of the best Die Hard's ever but it was very action packed. I liked the direction of the movie but Bruce Willis keeps saying the same things throughout the movie. This was the first Die Hard in some time to be R but there was nothing that really made it a hard R movie. A lot of cursing but not a lot of gore. A lot of action, some unbelievable but if Die Hard was to end with this movie, it would be a good ending to a great series
Written October 06, 2015
wow, i thank they could add more to it, for a die hard movie, but it was not bad, it was funny and lot of killing it. if you seen the other one you will like it to. have a happy Valentines day.
Written December 27, 2014
Yippie-kay-yay everyone! This movie has the suspense, it's the got action, gunfights, and explosions that we'e all been waiting for. It's also shorter and drags less than the previous Die Hard films. My heart pounded during every action sequence, especially when John McClane and his son jumped out the big glass window.
Bruce Willis should go down in history as a great American action icon.
Written July 04, 2015
I liked the crazy street action, totally cool. Bruce willis is all American as always. There is bad words in the movie but no nude woman or dudes. The plot has an unexpected twist. Enjoy
Written May 03, 2016
I love Die Hard. I watch it every Christmas no matter where I am or who I am with. "Ho, Ho, Ho". It has so many memorable moments and great character elements weaved into the plot, it stands out in the sea of generic action flicks that have come and gone throughout the ages. Sadly, the franchise hasn't been so lucky.
They don't give me enough space here to say what I really want to say about this movie and the franchise, but I'll just leave it at this: A Good Day to Die Hard is a bunch of big explosions tied together by weak and possibly even more unbelievable dialogue. It doesn't know if it wants to be a Jason Bourne spy movie or a more traditional Die Hard action movie. Sadly, it fails at both. Courtney Jai could preform some great hand-to-hand action scenes and I'm fairly sure Bruce could as well, but the action in this movie is delegated to waving machine guns around in the air and huge, ungodly explosions.
No memorable moments or dialogue, no redeeming qualities.