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Duro de Matar 4.0 cumple con lo que promete: grandes dosis de acción, un héroe del pasado al que siempre es emocionante mirar y un argumento prácticamente inexistente que sirve sólo como sostén de las secuencias cargadas de adrenalina.
Celebrating John's residual renegadeness, his blue-collar-guy's irritation at what the state invariably gets wrong, the has it all ways, railing against hi-tech threats, soft bodies, fuzzy thinking, and "Asian chicks who like to kick people."
This fourth episode of the Die Hard series, with its plot that seems to have come straight out of Marvel Comics and its preposterous if dynamic action sequences, has only a battered 52-year-old Bruce Willis as John McClane to commend it as a drama.
The most important thing is that director Len Wiseman stays true to the original formula. He could have gone for showy CGI or tried to be too self-referential. Instead, we get an uncomplicated plot, real stunts and a script which makes the most of Willis.
Given Wiseman's lack of style or guile, Die Hard 4.0 is pining for the freshness JJ Abrams pumped into M:I:3. Dopey story, so-so script and mostly ordinary action. It's the ever-enjoyable Willis that makes it worth your while.
You know where you are with Bruce Willis. Unlike Schwarzenegger, he won't be moving into namby-pamby politics any time soon. He differs from Stallone these days in managing not to resemble an aborted experiment at Madame Tussaud's