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Old 15-02-2013, 08:38
Inkblot
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From The Daily Telegraph review:

"Willis himself could not appear less enthusiastic in the role, and doesn’t phone in his performance here so much as clip it to a nearby pigeon and hope for the best."
Although Telegraph reviewer Robbie Collin actually likes the film and says "Yet even though the ride finally stalls, A Good Day To Die Hard has been thrustingly outrageous enough in its earlier moments to coast to the finish line on momentum." Three stars from the Telegraph.

The Guardian review is a lot more dismissive ("I don't think it knows where it's going. I'm not even sure it cares.") Two stars.

And for Time Out "The whole thing is a tedious, trashy throwback." Two stars.

Think I'll give it a miss.
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