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Promo Flyer to advertise the Bruce Willis movie A Good Day To Die Hard


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84




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Promo Flyer to advertise the movie A Good Day To Die Hard


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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This reviewer didn’t have a good day.

It might just be a good job that John McTiernan’s heading to prison. If the director of Die Hard and Die Hard With A Vengeance slapped his eyes on the fifth instalment of the series, he might otherwise be tempted to go and pay a few people involved a visit. With good reason too. And we’d give him a lift. Because A Good Day To Die Hard is, and there’s no nice way to say this, pretty terrible. It’s a bad Die Hard movie, and a bad action movie. More here


Did any critics like it?

Willis sleepwalks his way through the role, without any trace of the movie star spark that sent his career into overdrive after the original “Die Hard.” Relative newcomer Courtney (a regular on the first season of “Spartacus”) seems to be a capable actor, but his interactions with Willis are flat and his character remains bland and uninteresting throughout. Willis had more fun with Justin Long in “Live Free or Die Hard,” a far more spirited sequel directly referenced here by the fleeting return of Mary Elizabeth Winstead as McClane’s disapproving daughter. More here











































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