'A Good Day to Die Hard'

Sequels are notoriously subpar to the original, and this one's no exception. Read More

Almost two decades after John McClane single-handedly defeated a group of terrorists in Nakatomi Plaza, he returns to the big screen to save America from villain Thomas Gabriel. Of course, Gabriel is out to destroy all computer systems governing the United States. The result is an entertaining and at times preposterous blockbuster that is high on adrenaline-driving, testosterone-pumping action sequences and short on plot, character and continuity with previous installments in the Die Hard series. Read More