A Good Day To Die Hard
Iconoclastic, take-no-prisoners cop John McClane, finds himself for the first time on foreign soil after traveling to Moscow to help his wayward son Jack - unaware that Jack is really a highly-trained CIA operative out to stop a nuclear weapons heist. With the Russian underworld in pursuit, and battling a countdown to war, the two McClanes discover that their opposing methods make them unstoppable heroes.
- Category:Action, Crime, Thriller
- Stars:Jai Courtney, Bruce Willis, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sebastian Koch, Rasha BukviÄ‡, Cole Hauser, Yuliya Snigir,
- Director:John Moore,
- Writer:Skip Woods, Roderick Thorp (certain original characters by)
Iconoclastic, take-no-prisoners cop John McClane, travels to Russia to help out his seemingly wayward son, Jack, who was arrested for killing someone. John then discovers that Jack really a highly-trained CIA operative out to stop a nuclear weapons heist. It causes the father and son to team up against underworld forces. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Good Day To Die Hard torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: This is a very funny movie. It is one of the few movies that both my wife and I love to watch. Those with young children will appreciate. Especially those who tend to be high control. To those who may not be Christians the motivations of the characters and the evangelical culture may seem strange. To those who have grown up in this culture, you may feel, like i did, that you are watching a movie about your life. Many parents have been through very similar scenes as the church nursery and sanctuary scenes. I enjoyed the characters so much I wish they would make a sequel.
(fr) wrote: Nothing that happens is of any particular surprise and any tension goes with it. The movie isn't terrible, it just happens and when it's over any thought it provoked is brief.
(us) wrote: The scenes of family conflict are sketchily dramatized. We never get to the place where the two parts of Sam's personality meet -- the devoted son and sharp-dealing criminal.
(kr) wrote: Good movie, unexpected ending, and I did not expect to see Peter Facinelli in it. :)
(ag) wrote: Certainly a strange film, although the slow build up and visuals are really outstanding at times. Not sure about Director Henry Miller's other works but quite enjoyed the anamorphic theme...Unsure about the ending but will have to re-watch sometime. Willem Dafoe's hair & Scott Speedman's acting seemed major annoyances.
(nl) wrote: Amazing footage, to be sure, but Cameron and Paxton are the worst (especially Paxton's pedantic voice-overs). The final half hour focuses on the rescue of Cameron's pair of camera robots, and then shifts into a September 11 moment of comparison. Just show us the boat, man.
(nl) wrote: Obviously since its TV, the effects are cheaply done. The scares and intension from King and Barker come in quite slowly--Well The Barker story was more silly than funny. Other than that another enjoyable little flick from the talented Mick Garris.
(es) wrote: The BEST Bette movie EVER
(ru) wrote: Rourke and Dafoe makes a thrilling roles!
(jp) wrote: quite interesting regarding train hopping and life as a poor person in America at the time.
(kr) wrote: Gothic hard rock publicity stunt that is for real & about as credible & coherent as the weekend vampiricists who all take themselves too seriously.
(ru) wrote: not one of my favorite war movies but worth watching
(gb) wrote: I'm a huge fan of David Gordon Green. Apart from Your Highness and The Sitter, his films will always be like magic to me. DGG has his own style and I absolutely adore what he's done with his filmography. And I do consider him my fifth favorite director of all-time. There's something truly beautiful and astounding with mostly each piece of film that he's done. Having never seen Undertow, I was pretty stoked to check it so I picked it up from Amazon. All in all, I did enjoy Undertow. Not as much as the likes of George Washington or Prince Avalanche or even Snow Angels but Undertow is a solid Southern Gothic that has some truly great moments, including a perfectly edited opening sequence that really captivated me.The acting was authentic (Especially that by Josh Lucas who knocked his role out of the park) and Tim Orr's cinematography made the film's viewing a lot more pleasurable. Tim always manages to make the best of every moment and for that, he is always one of my more preferred DOP's. Also, it was super cool to see Pat Healy in a small role as Grant The Mechanic. Fuck yeah. And of the violence in the film, there was about 15-20 seconds of lazy, sloppy choreography that sticks out like a sore thumb. The additional scenes of said struggle were very realistic however, it shifted the film into a different gear when they got certain elements of the brutality right.I also really enjoyed the script for the most part. Even though it drags in certain places, it was pretty credible. Some of the scenes in this film felt like filler and because of the points where the film dragged, it felt overlong. If DGG trimmed this movie to an 80-85 minute run-time instead of a 108 minute one, then Undertow would have been a truly masterful film. But if you're into a film that isn't afraid to take chances and has a wholly unique style, then check this out. Undertow is a great little flick that should appeal to audiences who are looking for a slow-burn, artsy thriller that plays by it's own rules.
(fr) wrote: Wasn't as good as I thought it was gonna be.I mainly watched this movie cauz it had Redd Foxx but he was hardly in it