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Old 16-02-2013, 14:27
CJClarke
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Willis is clearly embarrassed by A Good Day to Die Hard, which begs the question why he ever agreed to it. He must've read the script before committing.
I suppose it's possible that he was strong armed into it by Fox, either he reprises his signature role or they replace him, which obviously he wouldn't want since McClane is his most recognisable role as well as an easy guaranteed pay day.

The blame for this film is squarely down to Fox, they should have treated the series better than giving the film to a director as poor as John Moore, with a better director and a screenwriter who actually understands what makes a Die Hard film a Did Hard film we would have got a much better film, but instead they go the cheap route and we end up with this mess of a film masquerading under the title of Die Hard.
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