In ‘A Good Day to Die Hard (2013)’ it is fair to say that John McClane dies harder than ever before. Maybe even more than all the previous Die Hard movies put together, although its difficult to say with any great certainty as I only vaguely recall the others and a little while after watching ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ I’m fast forgetting what this movie was about, too.
Suffice to say I remember bullets being fired, bombs going off and Bruce Willis wrecking half of Moscow while meeting out bloody genocide indiscriminately on the Russian people.
Of course the Ruskies were not going to take this lying down but despite their best efforts, Bruce remained largely unscathed. I remember a few years back watching a movie called ‘Hard To Kill’ in which Steven Seagal was, well, hard to kill, but in A Good Day to Die Hard, Bruce Willis was even harder to kill than Segal was in that film. That’s about it.
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