Movie Diary 2/12/2013

A Good Day to Die Hard (John Moore, 2013). The series indulges in its most 007-ish entry, but forgetting the importance of the villain with the cat on his lap, or any villain. Willis shares duties with Jai Courtney, the interesting hulk from Jack Reacher. The first Die Hard came out 25 years ago. Oy. (full review 2/8)

At What a Feeling!, a look back at Robert Duvall’s neglected indie, Angelo My Love.

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