This fifth entry suffers from a train wreck of a story, boring bad guys, inconsistent editing and shockingly wobbly acting, but it has one redeeming feature and that is the manic action. A Good Day To Die Hard is a serviceable action movie that defies logic and turns it's two heroes into hulk like monsters who can survive explosions, giant jumps and tough punch-ups all in a days work. The action is wild, anything and everything explodes and it looks amazing as the cameras are set up in a way that captures every single fragment and blast. Bruce Willis and Jai Courtney are a decent father/son relationship, at times the scripting between the two is cliched and poorly acted, but no surprise during the action sequences they are genuinely good fun to watch. I loved the opening highway chase, hundreds of cars are trashed and the stunts are mind blowing even if movie mistakes are noticeable. The helicopter assault on the ballroom is very well shot and the Chernobyl sequence is delightfully campy and over the top. It's the weakest in the franchise in every department but in terms of excitement this delivers.