...But not in 'A Good Day To Die Hard.' Bruce Willis received so many complaints about his interview for BBC's The One Show that he said sorry, citing jetlag for his shoddy showing.
"I have to apologise," explained the aging action film stalwart to Jon Holmes in an interview for XFM (via The Guardian). "I didn't get very many compliments about it. They said it was a little stale. But I was so jetlagged. I'm very sorry, you kids on The One Show." Willis added: "I'm sure it's not their problem. I was a little bit boring, I think. I had a little sinking spell, that's all." We can all forgive a shoddy performance, but twice? Perhaps Die Hard 4.0 should have been the sign; the sign that read 'stop doing Die Hard films because the trilogy was really good but now you're spoiling it.' That (very real, we put it up) sign was emphatically ignored, as is evidenced by A Good Day To Die Hard, which, by all accounts, is the worst thing to happen ever.
We're not joking; it's the worst thing ever. 14% on Rotten Tomatoes is just pitiful. It's not really Bruce Willis' fault. They probably would have just made the film without him in it. We still love the original trilogy, but that love wanes exponentially with every subsequent film.
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