Updated: 2013-03-15 14:38
By Liu Wei (China Daily)
A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth film of the franchise, has hit mainland screens on March 14.
Bruce Willis' John McClane goes to Russia this time, where he tries to help get his estranged son out of prison but ends up in a political plot related to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986.
As always, action is the highlight of the film, featuring the world's biggest helicopter - from which Willis jumps - and an intense car chase on Moscow's busiest street.
Although not the best Die Hard picture, the film maintains the franchise's signature visual and audio impact, humor and snappy dialogue.
"A Good Day to Die Hard," with Willis returning as the tenacious, wisecracking hero John McClane, pulled in $25 million at US and Canadian theaters over the three days, according to studio estimates. More...