During one of my recent rants on the advent of the awards season in cinema I laid out the harsh relationship between movie studios and film fans. Studios just want the money in our pockets, by hook or by crook. And I can deal with that in the main, providing they aren't too blatant about it. By with the release of the fifth instalment in the Die Hard franchise 20th Century Fox have given two fingers to UK movie fans in their desparate clamour to claim our cash.
In the United States the MPAA have given John Moore's A Good Day To Die Hard (2013)
the equivalent of a "15" rating, and given the slide in acceptable movie violence since John McClane's first outing that's probably about right. If John McTiernan released Die Hard (1988)
today it would no doubt get the same rating. But Fox h
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