A Good Day to Die Hard A Good Day to Die Hard

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A Good Day to Die Hard

>Mature 17+ | 65 % Say It's Worth Your Time

New York City cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) arrives in Moscow to track down his estranged son, Jack (Jai Courtney). McClane thinks his son is a criminal, so it comes as a shock when he learns that Jack is actually working undercover to protect Komarov (Sebastian Koch), a Russian government whistleblower. With their own lives on the line, McClane and Jack must overcome their differences in order to get Komarov to safety and thwart a potentially disastrous crime in the Chernobyl region.


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Genre: Action , Crime drama , Thriller

Director: John Moore

Cast: Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney

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  • kidstvmovies.about.com

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Forget dialogue, character development, or logic, A Good Day to Die Hard is a bad day at the movies for anyone but the biggest Die Hard fans... See Full Review

  • (Female)

    ages 16+ | Worth Your Time

    It's worth your time, if you love action movies.

  • MovieGuide.org

    No Maturity Rating |

    The DIE HARD series takes a step back in its new sequel, A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD. There’s still a pro-family, patriotic message in the new movie, and plenty of exciting action. However, the personal stakes in the plot are muted. This seems to dilute the kind of powerful drama that made the first DIE HARD movie one of the all-time great action classics... See Full Review

  • (Male) Arizona Republic

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    "...rather lackluster.... Unfortunately, the bad guys are too nondescript. Not everyone can measure up to Alan Rickman in the original 'Die Hard.' Few can, in fact... See Full Review

  • (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    "...a feeble attempt to rehash action-hero glories.... obnoxious, over the top and often dull.... the humor here isn't cheeky fun. The jokes are repetitive and mostly unfunny."... See Full Review

  • Dove Foundation

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    If you're looking for a father-son reconciliation movie, this is it; unless you shy away from blazing guns, killing sprees, impossible stunts, unbelievable car chases with pileups, etc... See Full Review

  • (Male) Chicago Sun-Times Critic

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    The script is filled with heavy-handed dialogue about parents and their children, framed by well choreographed but generic action sequences... See Full Review

  • (Male) Movie Nation

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Loud and tedious, “Die Hard 5” is a shaky-cam/Sensuround blast of bullets and bombs, digital explosions and death defying feats of defying death.
    Not a decent villain or catchphrase in it, it’s an attempt to CIA-up the New York cop takes-on-the-world’s-terrorists franchise. And it doesn’t work... See Full Review

  • (Female) Entertainment Weekly

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    McClane still knows how to...how does he put it? ''Go out and kill a lot of scumbags.'' And how to crack wise... See Full Review

  • (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 16+ | Worth Your Time

    Willis is every bit as good and better than he was in the first “Die Hard” film a quarter century ago...
    Parents should know that this film has constant peril and violence. Many characters are injured and killed, and there is a lot of shooting, punching, chases and explosions, some graphic and disturbing images, and strong language... See Full Review


Okfor ages12+