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Having faced megalomaniac terrorists on four occasions already, cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) thinks he's free of his trigger-happy past, but life soon blows up again when he travels to Russia to help son Jack (Jai Courtney), who has been arrested on an assassination charge.
He shouldn't have bothered, because no sooner has he arrived in Moscow than Jack escapes jail in a flurry of explosions and with political prisoner Yuri Komarov (Sebastian Koch) in tow. Soon, the whole of the Moscow underworld seems to be in pursuit of the trio, and they find themselves embroiled in a far-reaching plot that could spark a global nuclear war.
Willis may be creaking in this revival of iconic hero John McClane, but his portrayal is still as quick-witted and enjoyable as when he blew up Christmas Day 24 years ago in Die Hard. Each subsequent sequel tends to go bigger than the last - and there's plenty of that here - meaning fans of the genre can sit back and enjoy action at its simplest and most explosive.