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    Bruce is back and you can beat the crowds to see him in the greatly anticipated A Good Day to Die Hard before anyone else with two free cinema tickets.

    In the fifth instalment since the legendary Die Hard franchise hit the big screen 25 years ago, it’s a foreign affair as the action hits the streets of Moscow.

    Irreverent, take no prisoners cop, John McClane (Bruce Willis) finds himself on unfamiliar soil when he jets off to the Russian capital to help his seemingly wayward son, Jack (Jai Courtney).

    Unknown to him, Jack’s on a mission as a highly trained CIA operative to stop a nuclear weapons heist. Despite their father/son differences, the pair become unstoppable as they join forces to take down the Russian underworld.

    Sky Movies customers can see one of the most popular characters in movie history back in action first and for free, exclusively with Sky Rewards, before its official 14 February UK cinema release.

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    A Good Day to Die Hard

    About the movie

    Bruce Willis (Looper, The Expendables) never fails to get in on the Die Hard action and in his fifth movie with the franchise,  A Good Day to Die Hard (Cert 15), directed by John Moore (Behind Enemy LInes), he’s thrown in at the deep end once again.

     

    John McClane (Bruce Willis), a street hardened, iconoclastic police detective enters unknown territories as he travels to Moscow in an attempt to help his estranged son Jack (Jai Courtney, Jack Reacher).

     

    Once reunited in Russia, John discovers that Jack is not as arbitrary as he once believed. Working undercover as a top CIA operative, Jack’s mission is to prevent a nuclear weapons heist set against the country’s deadly corruption and a political vendetta.

     

    The McClanes see no option but to collaborate to take on the criminal elements and although an unlikely team, father and son soon realise that together they’re an unrelenting force.

     

    With an all action cast also starring Patrick Stewart (X-Men, Star Trek) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Final Destination 3, Die Hard 4.0), A Good Day to Die Hard is guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seats.

     

    A Good Day to Die Hard (Cert 15) will be showing in cinemas nationwide from 14 February.