100 Word Review – A Good Day to Die Hard

I’d heard everyone round on the film, but really it couldn’t be that bad could it?
 
Sadly it is, with characters reduced to stiff cut outs moving from one set piece to another. All the wit and characterisation of the first few films has been utterly scrubbed away, and in it’s place we have a half asleep Bruce Willis portraying a now borderline racist jerk-off McClane.
 
There isn’t even a convincing bad-guy, which for a franchise that contains one of the best villains ever is a real shame.
 
This really isn’t a good day for the franchise. Let it die.

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