John McClane and his son take on local forces in Russia.
With A Good Day to Die Hard, John McClane (Bruce Willis) officially becomes James Bond. Joining his son Jack in an explosive spy mission, he once again proves he can be shoved into one explosive action scenario after another for the rest of time. He even takes a page from Jason Bourne, running away to a grey Russian setting and copying shots from The Bourne Supremacy’s final car chase. What he fails to carry from Bourne, Bond, or even his past films is the wit and intelligence to keep things interesting. This Die Hard is loud and explosive from square one. It begins with a car chase that would be the final showdown in any other film. It just goes and goes, escalating in action and pacing. The camera-work is like a grab bag of shaky cam, corny zooms and 'clever'... Read Review