Bruce Willis is back in the action packed film, A Good Day to Die Hard. Is there any other way one of the Die Hard films would be, other than action packed? There is more than enough scenes of car chases, bullets flying, glass breaking and of course I cannot fail to mention people jumping from buildings. I have not yet tired of watching Bruce do what he does best, even if he is referred to as “grandpa” in one scene. He still has it and fans will not likely be disappointed with that.
I did find that this script penned by Skip Woods (and Roderick Thorp’s characters) is fine, but am not impressed with the final scenes that seem a bit bland after all the father and son have endured while the elder McClane is on vacation in Russia and his son Jack (Jai Courtney) is at work fighting for national security.
There are two other fine romance movies opening for Valentine’s Day in Austin theaters, so if that is way too much for some film fans, watching Bruce Die Hard one more time is another option for spending time with friends and family today.