The “Die Hard” franchise, now on its fifth installment, is powered not by wild stunts (though this movie has those), not by a whole mess of shooting machine guns (ditto) and not by that yippee-ki-yay catchphrase that even the guy who has to say it seems a bit bored with (three-for-three).
No, the generally insipid “A Good Day to Die Hard” is powered by Bruce Willis’ smirk.
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