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Archive for February, 2013

A Good Day to Die Hard Movie Review

To begin this A Good Day to Die Hard movie review, the history of the series should be touched on. Back in 1998 Det. John McClane was just another person looking to take a cross country flight, in the hopes of seeing his estranged wife Holly. However, Hans Gruber stepped in and put an end to that.

Today, he is an alcoholic whose wife has left him. His injuries are extensive and in 2007 he reunited with this estranged daughter during a cyber-terrorist plot. So it makes sense that in this 2013 outing, he would try to be father of the year, by taking on evil henchmen in Russia with his son. Fortunately, you will find in this A Good Day to Die Hard movie review that things don’t all go downhill from here.


Django Unchained Movie Review

Django Unchained Movie Review

Director Quentin Tarantino is no stranger to taking on controversial themes. He’s built his career on being able to wield those blunt instruments, and Django Unchained is one of his greatest achievements. In many ways, Django Unchained picks up where Inglourious Basterds left off, given its historical setting and enormously dramatic presentation. Fans of Quentin Tarantino may wonder where he will be going next, and if this is part of a pattern for him and his films.