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die

verb be no more, breathe one's last, cease living, cease to exist, decease, demise, depart, end one's life, lose one's life, meet one's death, mori, mortem obire, part with life, pass away, pass on, perish, relinquish life, rest in peace, succumb to death, suffer death, vita decedere
Associated concepts: die at any time without issue surviving, die by his own hand or act, die in performance of duty, die intestate, die leaving issue, die seised and possessed, die simultaneously, die without children or issue, die without heirs, die without issue, die without lawful issue, testamennary dispositions
See also: decease, expire, pattern, perish, stamp, succumb, terminate
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A Good Day to Die Hard saw McClane fight to save his estranged son Jack from Russian terrorists.
Yes, there are more violent deaths in Die Hard than in your average Christmas story - unless you're counting the Slaughter of the Innocents - but it could not be a more explicitly Christmas film if Willis were replaced by Santa Claus and it were set in a stable.
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A Good Day To Die Hard is blunt and boring, with no humour or finesse.
A Good Day To Die Hard cynically exploits our nostalgia for one of modern cinema's most tenacious action heroes.
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It's been 25 years since Willis's wise-cracking cop debuted in the original Die Hard.
Good Day to Die Hard,' the fifth entry in the annals of hard-to-kill New York cop John McClane (Bruce Willis), is not that explosively bad movie.
Though at his age, it's not so much Die Hard With A Vengeance as Pass Away Quietly With A Heart Condition.
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Summary: Bruce Willis defends Die Hard films in Berlin.
In this fifth instalment of the Die Hard film series from Max Payne director John Moore, former New York City police detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) travels to Moscow to help his son Jack (Jai Courtney) out when he is abruptly arrested by the Russian authorities.