A lot of the critics who have seen the new Bruce Willis movie A Good Day to Die Hard have claimed that it should definitely be the last Die Hard movie, with some even claiming it is the worst movie they have ever seen. However, these huge criticisms of the film have not stopped the fans from going out to see it.
A Good Day to Die Hard has topped the US Box Office for the President's Day weekend, taking a fairly impressive three-day gross of $25m. This has taken its five-day domestic opening to a, more than acceptable, $38.3m and the film is not finished there.
Overseas, A Good Day to Die Hard is proving equally as popular. topping the International Box Office this weekend with $61.1m, taking its foreign gross to $80.1m, giving it a worldwide gross of $113.3m since its release last Thursday. While people will argue that the movie is terrible and the franchise should give it up, money speaks louder than words and the financial success of the film could see another Die Hard movie coming our way in the future.
Meanwhile, the rest of the top five for the US Box Office at the weekend was as follows. Identity Thief came in second with $23.4m, Safe Haven was third with $21.4m, Escape from Planet Earth in fourth with $16.1m and Warm Bodies rounded off the top five with $9m.