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'A Good Day to Die Hard' is no good

Bruce Willis is one of my favorite actors.

I've always loved the "Die Hard" movies, but "A Good Day to Die Hard," directed by John Moore leaves a lot to be desired.

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John McClane (Willis) works for the New York Police Department. He takes a vacation to Russia to see his son Jack (Jai Courtney) who he hasn't talked to in quite a long time. Father and son reunite, but what's a Bruce Willis movie, without action, car chases, and explosions?

As soon as he arrives in Russia, the action begins. He finds his son on the run, chasing after a big time criminal. What he doesn't know is his son works for the CIA.

The con escapes, but not without the McClane father/son team chasing after him and his partners.

This is not the best "Die Hard" film, but, if you like Bruce Willis, and his favorite sentence, "Yippie Ki Yay," you will probably enjoy this film.

From what I understand there's another "Die Hard" movie in the works.

I think it's time Bruce Willis stops doing these movies. They're getting a little tired.

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