Abgerufen am 5. November Ausklappen. Filmreihe: Stirb langsam (Die Hard). Stirb langsam 5 - Ein guter Tag zum Sterben ein Film von John Moore mit Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney. Inhaltsangabe: Seit mehr als 20 Jahren hat sich der New. Box Office "Stirb langsam" noch immer sehr lebendig. Die Kritiken waren vernichtend - aber anders als bei den Action-Kollegen Schwarzenegger.
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John McClane muss in Moskau seinen missratenen Sohn auf die richtige Spur bringen, der dort im Gefängnis sitzt. Eigentlich wollte er die Polizisten um etwas Nachsicht bitten, doch er stellt schnell fest, dass die Verhaftung selbst einige. Abgerufen am 5. November Ausklappen. Filmreihe: Stirb langsam (Die Hard). summa11.eu - Kaufen Sie Stirb langsam Collection - Die Hard günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. summa11.eu - Kaufen Sie Die Hard Legacy Collection (5 Films) - 5-Disc Box Set (Die Hard / Die Hard 2: Die Harder / Die Hard: With a Vengeance (Die Hard 3). Stirb langsam 5 - Ein guter Tag zum Sterben ein Film von John Moore mit Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney. Inhaltsangabe: Seit mehr als 20 Jahren hat sich der New. Box Office "Stirb langsam" noch immer sehr lebendig. Die Kritiken waren vernichtend - aber anders als bei den Action-Kollegen Schwarzenegger. Synopsis DE. John McClane ist zurück! In STIRB LANGSAM – EIN GUTER TAG ZUM STERBEN schlüpft Bruce Willis wieder in seine Paraderolle als New.
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Die Hard 5 - Ein guter Tag zum SterbenBox Office. Aktuell 1. Wie sich herausstellt, ist sein Sohn jedoch alles andere als der von John McClane erwartete Waschlappen geworden. Ein bisschen beseelt er diesen Film. Melden Sie sich an und diskutieren Sie mit Anmelden Pfeil nach rechts. Alex Young Wyck Godfrey. Komarov tötet Alik und informiert Chagarin, dass dieser für den Verrat Tv Programm Sixx Heute Komarov hereingelegt worden ist. Wie man russische Bösewichte im gemütlichen Urlaubsmodus zur Strecke bringt, zeigt Bruce Willis in "Die Hard 5". Die jüngste Auflage beisst. GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD, A - DIE HARD 5. GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD, A - DIE HARD 5. STIRB LANGSAM - EIN GUTER TAG ZUM STERBEN. Jahrgang:
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February 9, Rating: B Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Feb 16, Die Hard has always been home to over the top action set pieces, but this fifth entry to the franchise is the film where they decided to have them instead of story or characterisation.
And though it's not as phoned-in as I was expecting it to be, it is the first Die Hard film that's not good. The tone is all wrong and the end result is a disappointment.
Gimly M Super Reviewer. Dec 25, When Jack Jai Courtney gets arrested on drug charges in Moscow, of course his father, no matter how much he hates flying, will travel all that way to visit him.
But he couldn't have expected the part about his son actually being a CIA agent breaking out Komarov Sebastian Koch , a political dissident, out of prison.
So of course, John does what every parent should do, and impedes and then assists his son who then returns the favor by rescuing his father. All of which occurs with huge amounts of property damage, of course.
And Jai Courtney is not bad either. However, the movie could have worked best as a silent movie for its first two acts, as there is a lot of wooden dialogue to work through.
But at the same time, you have to remember that this is a family who needs to be literally under fire, especially if it involves Eurotrash, before they can deal with their various issues and this is no different.
Plus, the McClanes are not the only family with issues in this movie. That all leads up to a thrilling, if typically improbable, climax that sadly does not involve John McClane either overthrowing Putin or attending a Pussy Riot concert.
Walter M Super Reviewer. Jul 14, If it jumped the shark with the 4th installment, it full on sharknadoed in the 5th. This is a pale imitation of what made Die Hard good in the the 1st and 3rd installments.
Willis here seems to be having it botoxed shit eating grin being puppeteered by someone off screen or it is just Willis as all CGI.
The father and son relationship shenanigans grate and irritate, overall this isn't a good day, it's pony and it's time for this franchise to curl up and die Jon H Super Reviewer.
Dec 07, Yup, because Valentine's Day is the perfect day to die hard As depressed as some of the bums who watch films like this one get to be around Valentine's Day, this title probably upped the suicide rate somewhere, and not just among die-hard "Die Hard" fans, though that may have just been over the tagline, which would be kind of understandable.
In the first and third "Die Hard" installments, John McClane was taking on German terrorists in a Japanese company's tower, and in the second, he took on Italians I know they were pretending to be Spaniards, but Val Verde is not a real country, so I'm not counting it , so by taking on Russia, McClane is finally back to finishing where we left off against our enemies during WWII, yet might need to bring down the bomb on whoever came up with "Yippie ki-yay, Mother Russia".
I think that tagline and, for that matter, the sheer forcefulness of this title should tell you why this was released, not necessarily as deprogramming during Valentine's Day, but during the first quarter of the year, when they dump all of the ostensibly lazily lame fluff pieces, rather than kick off the summer with a Father's Day release.
Looking at this father-son action duo premise, the May-to-July release moth that this series usually guns for is as fitting as it's ever been, although that the only tradition broken with this installment, because, quite frankly, I don't know what's more momentous, the reminder that John McClane has a son, or the fact that this film runs around the minute mark.
I can think of some people out there who would say that it figures that we finally get a "Die Hard" installment that's under two hours, yet by existing in the first place, it's still way too long.
I for one won't go nearly that far, but yeah, this is still mighty mediocre, and yet, decency certainly dies hard against mediocrity, as it puts up quite the challenge through style, alone.
Sure, all of the shaky cam provides a somewhat amateur feel to dilute visual style that is limited enough by conventionalism and little dynamicity to lighting plays, but this has to be the best-looking out of any of the "Die Hard" films, as cinematographer Jonathan Sela delivers on a certainly bleakly blue color palette that is both handsome and fitting for the thriller's gritty tone, which is most brought to life in the heat of battle.
The action is often too over-the-top for its own good, yet it's still consistently strong, with broader action set pieces being elaborately well-staged, while tighter brawls prove to be well-choreographed and intense, especially when it pays attention to violence in a way that the PG "Live Free or Die Hard" couldn't get away with, and reinforces a sense of consequence.
The film is not quite as stylistically sharp as it perhaps could have been, yet if nothing else is strong here, then it is, in fact, the style, even when it overshadows substance that, I must admit, still has some room to poke its head through.
When it comes to the story, or at least the telling of this story, messiness is plentiful, but there are still some intriguing attributes to this trite narrative, done justice by highlights in direction, whose constant momentum grows cold after a while, yet keeps pacing brisk enough to sustain a moderate degree of entertainment value, complimented either when tension really kicks in - often accompanied by the aforementioned action - or when the cast is given an opportunity to shine.
Okay, co-leading man Jai Courtney, while not as bland as they say, has range limitations that water down his convincingness, but outside of him, most everyone is decent, with Bruce Willis once again nailing the iconic John McClane character with a potent action star charisma that plays a big part in almost saving this film.
Really, as much as everyone complains about this film, and as much as I myself am about to complain about this film, if mediocrity is achieved, then it's by the thinnest of hairs, for although the fact of the matter is that decency is lost, sharp style, a degree of intrigue to substance, and an endearing lead performance by Willis do about as much as anything in bringing the final product to the brink of decency.
Sadly, that brink is not quite passed, and while I am among a handful of non-fans of this film who can see what might attract fans, potential is lost in the overwhelming wake of messy and even formulaic storytelling.
There have been refreshing elements here and there throughout the series, yet no installment has escaped glaring genericisms, with this particular installment being about as generic as any, boasting trite dialogue and characterization to thin out bite to storytelling something fierce with hopeless predictability.
Skip Woods' script certainly has plenty of problems, but among the most recurring is all of the blasted familiarity, which is a clear reflection of laziness, though arguably not the clearest.
Where "Live Free or Die Hard" took itself a little too seriously at times, this film all but consistently takes itself way too seriously, when it really shouldn't, not just because the narrative is questionable, and interpreted with blatantly unsubtle writing and direction, but because meat to this story concept is limited, no matter how much they try to bloat themes, which still don't bloat the final product so much that they compensate for, of all things, an unreasonably "short" runtime.
With all of my joking about how glad I am to see a relatively short runtime applied to an installment out of a series that, at least up to this point, has been comprised of overlong action filler pieces, briefness is one of the final product's biggest problems, awkwardly rushing immediate the immediate development segment through slam-bang story editing, then leaving its body to dash from one set piece to another, which would be easier to forgive if Woods didn't struggle to work in dramatic elements that have no time to develop and only make the coldness of the pacing all of the more glaring.
Even on paper, this narrative is cold and inconsistent, juggling constant visceral momentum and dramatic intensity, and slipping up with either storytelling extreme through anything from too much exhausting freneticism to dramatic laziness, yet director John Moore could have compensated enough to save the final product as decent, were it not for highlights in tension's being matched, if not outweighed by a prominent sense of laziness to challenging written cheesiness and exhausting plot structuring.
Really, if nothing else is off about this film, it is a distinct lack of inspiration, at least on the whole, and while there are moments in which inspiration kicks in and drives the final product to the edge of decency, on the whole, Moore doesn't do anything special enough for you to stand a chance against all of the familiarity, unevenness and coldness that slowly, but surely eat away at the effort, until it collapses into mediocrity.
When the day is done, handsome cinematography and outstanding, if implausible action certainly provide plenty of style, but it's a reasonably intriguing premise's being brought to life by highlights in direction and a colorful cast - from which leading man Bruce Willis once again stands out - that bring the final product startlingly close to decency, ultimately lost in the wake of considerable genericism, a questionable and thin narrative concept, and bombastically overblown, uneven and exhaustingly slam-banged storytelling that, when backed by generally uninspired-feeling direction, drive "A Good Day to Die Hard" into mediocrity, no matter how close it comes to decency.
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John McClane: What is this? A pirate gun? Jack McClane: It's old school, man! Kinda like you, right? View All Quotes. Irina Radivoje Bukvic Alik as Rasha Bukvic Cole Hauser Collins Amaury Nolasco Murphy Sergey Kolesnikov Anton Zolee Ganxsta Prosecutor Pasha D.
Cabbie Megalyn Echikunwoke Pretty Reporter Melissa Tang Edit Storyline Iconoclastic, take-no-prisoners cop John McClane, for the first time, finds himself on foreign soil after traveling to Moscow to help his wayward son Jack - unaware that Jack is really a highly-trained CIA operative out to stop a nuclear weapons heist.
Edit Did You Know? Goofs Vehicles throughout the film have license plates with letters unique to the Russian language, but no such letters are used on license plates.
Quotes John McClane : Safe house, my ass. Alternate Versions After the UK censors informed Fox that the R-rated cut of the film would be carry a 15 rating, the distributors cut out almost all strong language, some scenes of fisticuffs and bloodier violence in order to release the film with a 12A rating for theatrical exhibition only.
The UK 12A Theatrical cut is not released on home video formats. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Q: What are the differences between the theatrical version and the extended cut?
Q: Since when did McClane have a son? Language: English Russian Hindi Punjabi. Runtime: 98 min min Extended Cut. Sound Mix: Dolby Surround 7.
Color: Color. Edit page. November Streaming Picks. Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video. Clear your history.Farb-Format Farbe. Sprachen Englisch, Russisch. Text Ursprünglich sollte Noam Murro Regie führen, jedoch wurde er durch John Moore ersetzt, da er mit der Doom Movie von beschäftigt war. Interviews, Great British Bake Off und Ausschnitte. Der Film startete in vielen Ländern am Dass ein Hauch Kalter Krieg über dem Geschehen liegt Eis Am Stiel Nackt der Russe erweist sich als durchwegs böse; vor einem Flammenmeer rückt einmal eine Lenin-Büste ins Bild - wurde übrigens dramaturgisch nicht näher spezifiziert. Archived from the original on May Tomate Englisch, User Reviews. John and Jack survive by leaping off the building into a large pool of water, as the helicopter crashes and explodes, killing Irina. Keep track of everything Fahrenheit 451 watch; tell your friends. Screen Rant.