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Times of India
Detective John McClane is 'on vacation', but he is destined to find trouble and vice-versa for the zillionth time as he heads to Russia to save his son who is accused of murder.
Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) is back to doing what he does best. He chases the bad guys, indulges in incessant firing and explodes as many cars and heads as possible in order to rescue his estranged son Jack (Jai Courtney) from the Russian custody. Jack, on the other hand, is on his own secret mission, which gets obstructed with his dad's arrival. Can the wise-cracking dad and his wayward son keep their differences aside to kick some ass?
Diehard fans of Bruce Willis may not mind the shoddy CGI or poor story in this fifth installment of the franchise as he makes up for the flaws with his sheer presence, but somewhere, it's still not enough. The dialogues are barely witty; father-son chemistry fails to touch your heart. Story progresses hastily, thus conveniently leaving ample plot holes.
The film is a carnival of mindless action, which may appeal to the action junkies, provided you don't expect 'practicality'. The action scenes are not convincing enough to keep you engaged. They fail to create the tension required. Having said that, the film does not have dull moments either, the method in the madness is what is missing.
Certain scenes do amuse, especially the one where Willis tries to converse with a Russian cab driver in Russian. Also the long car crash sequence which goes on for a good 10 minutes!