It’s a pretty typical sounding Die Hard plot, complete with a devious foreign villain with a thick accent, and we're happy no one tried to stray from the successful formula too much. We’re still not completely sold on the team-up aspect of the plot, or the blue filter that is present in some of the Moscow scenes, but again, it’s Die Hard. And as long as Bruce Willis is still willing to do them, we’re going to bet that people are still willing to see them.
A Good Day to Die Hard will hit theaters on February 14.
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