No doubt Die Hard still is an incredible action-thriller after all of these years and has great replay value, also reminding me of Bruce Willis’s charisma of being an ordinary man in extraordinary circumstances (something forgotten in the later sequels).
A Good Day to Die Hard is an all around poor excuse of an action movie. Yes, some movies can rely loud explosions and insane action set pieces but those other films were not culled from the Die Hard name. The Fast and Furious franchise can get away with it because frankly, and no disrespect, they’ve never had the most clever or intense storylines and even characters. The Blu-ray at least is top notch even if the movie was not. The audio and video transfers are spectacular and the features are well done and fairly expansive, more so than I’ve seen in many other releases in the past couple of years.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the fifth in the Die Hard series, A Good Day to Die Hard starring Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Cole Hauser. The movie was directed by John Moore (The Omen remake, Max Payne).