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Everyone Really Hates 'A Good Day to Die Hard'

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Only an idiot would expect a fifth Die Hard movie directed by the guy who did Max Payne and Flight of the Phoenix to be any good, but it's still impressive the degree to which it's been able to limbo under even the lowest of low expectations.

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“Yippee Ki-Yay Mother Russia.” Yes, that’s the real Die Hard tagline.

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Considering the title of Die Hard 5 is A Good Day to Die Hard, and it already kind of sounds like something we would've come up with as a joke, I guess it's fitting that the tagline is definitely something we would've come up with as a joke.

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Trailer for ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ is surprisingly not satire

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Hot off his supporting turn in the critically-acclaimed Looper, which opened last weekend, 20th Century Fox has released a teaser trailer for the comically-named A Good Day to Die Hard, with Max Payne director<a href="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0601382/" target="_blank"> John Moore</a> relieving Len Wiseman because who even cares anymore.

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Die Hard 5 officially titled ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’

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Tom Rothman, CEO of Fox's film division, was a guest on Jim Rome's radio show this morning, where he revealed that the title of the upcoming fifth Die Hard movie will be "A Good Day to Die Hard.

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Die Hard 5 loses director, BUT DON'T WORRY, THEY'RE STILL MAKING IT. YAY.

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Noam Murro had been attached to direct Die Hard 5 since June, taking over for Live Free or Die Hard's Len Wiseman, who's now directing a <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/07/first-look-colin-farrell-in-total-recall-remake" target="_blank">Total Recall remake</a> starring Colin Farrell.

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MAX PAYNE IS PG-13, JOHN MOORE IS F.O.S.

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About a month ago, Max Payne received an R-rating from the MPAA (which makes sense, considering it’s based on a shoot-em-up video game about whores and Satanists.

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MAX PAYNE WILL BE HELLA SLOW MO

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<a href="../post.phtml?pk=2134" target="_blank">Max Payne </a>director John Moore (Behind Enemy Lines) showed off some new Max Payne footage at Comic-Con, and explained that the slow-motion scenes in the movie will be shot at 1000 frames per second using a hard drive called Phantom.


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