A Good Day to Die Hard

John McClane (Bruce Willis) finds out that his estranged, bad boy son Jack (Jai Courtney) is in trouble.  In fact, he is locked up in a Russian prison. Even though they haven’t spoken or seen each other in a while, John takes off to Russia to save his son and try to get him on the right track. He gets to Jack just in time to see him escaping from the court with a prisoner in tow. In true McClane style, John spoils the precision getaway which causes a major chase scene, shoot out, cars rolling over, a tank driving off a bridge, and a whole lot more.  Along the way he learns that Jack is actually working undercover to protect and get information from Komarov (Sebastian Koch) a prisoner who has a very important file that everyone wants. Father and Son team up to save Komarov, retrieve the file, and get out of Russia safe and sound, or not. Things change when Jack takes John on a father son vacation to Chernobyl.  You’ll get it once you see the film.

This 5th installment of the Die Hard series doesn't disappoint. There is more than enough unbelievable stunts, a plot twister or two, and just enough humor to make the film enjoyable. Ladies this is a film that you and your fella can enjoy together. He will love the crashes, shoot outs, and jumping through glass windows out of 20 story high buildings. You will enjoy how good Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney look, and the humor that flows through the film

I love Bruce Willis and I like John McClane.  Jai Courtney developed a true character as the estranged son of John. Together both Bruce and Jai, and John and Jack, make a good team.  I can’t wait for #6

I say SPEND THE MONEY and see “A Good Day to Die Hard” at the theaters.



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  • My husband will be glad that you say spend the money!

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