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Die

A metal stamp that forms the design of a coin. It does not refer to the coin color, but instead to the imprints, such as the portrait, value, or other engraving on the coin. See also: Numismatics.
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It may seem an odd choice, butFrank Sinatrahad first refusal on the project as he had already played the character in The Detective, the first novel in the series, and Die Hard was technically a sequel.
There's a case that you could heavily rewrite Die Hard to be set at another time of year, but that would entirely change the character of the film.
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28 in China; "A Good Day to Die Hard" will bow there sometime in March.
"With Die Hard it's about how audacious the action is," says director John Moore.
The fifth installment of the "Die Hard" movie series has Willis's McClain travel to Russia to help an adult son get out of trouble.
HALFWAY through this outlandish fifth instalment of the Die Hard franchise, a Russian henchman scolds John McClane (Bruce Willis) for recklessness in the face of certain death.
The Die Hard baddies have usually been foreigners, back to the first and best, Alan Rickman.
A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD (12A, 98 mins) 4/10 HALFWAY through this outlandish fifth instalment of the Die Hard franchise, a Russian henchman scolds John McClane (Bruce Willis) for recklessness in the face of certain death.
The geographical route is the same one taken by action rival Arnold Schwarzenegger in Walter Hill's film Red Heat - which was released four weeks before Die Hard back in 1988.
ACTION A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD (1hr 38min) Certificate: 12A Starring: Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Sebastian Koch, Sergei Kolesnikov.
Critics have few good things to say about high-octane "A Good Day to Die Hard" or the melodramatic "Safe Haven," and the comically scathing critiques are more entertaining than the movies themselves.