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Latest ‘Die Hard’ movie loud, obnoxious and dull

Bruce Willis, right, returns as John McClane in "A Good Time to Die Hard," and Jai Courtney plays his son Jack.
Bruce Willis, right, returns as John McClane in "A Good Time to Die Hard," and Jai Courtney plays his son Jack.
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Yeah, Happy Valentine’s Day, Mother Russia. But is it “A Good Day to Die Hard,” a good time to be had by all as Bruce Willis takes his fifth shot at “shootin’ all the scumbags”? Naaah. Loud and tedious, “Die Hard” 5 is a shaky-cam/Sensurround blast of bullets and bombs, digital explosions and death-defying feats of defying death. Not a decent villain or catchphrase in it, it’s an attempt to CIA-up the New York-cop-takes-on-the-world’s-terrorists franchise. ...


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