A Good Day to Die Hard Soundtrack (

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Title in Italiano:

Die Hard - Nulla è come appare


John McClane learns that his son Jack, whom he hasn't spoken to in years, is in Russia and was arrested for killing someone. When the Russian prosecutor talks to Jack he claims to have information that could help convict a man named Komarov who is going to be tried. McClane arrives and proceeds to the Russian courthouse where Komarov's going to be tried. When he arrives there's an explosion that levels the courthouse. Jack takes Komarov and they escape, McClane shows up and Jack is not happy to see him. The men who bomb the courthouse chase Jack. McClane follows and helps Jack. Jack then picks him up then they go somewhere, where McClane discovers that Jack is a spy and he was suppose to get Komarov because it seems he has evidence against a corrupt Russian official who was behind the bombing. When he agrees to give them the evidence in exchange for his freedom and daughter's, the men find them. So McClane and Jack have to get the evidence and get out of Russia. When they go to meet the man's daughter, McClane senses something is not right.

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A Good Day to Die Hard
Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, op. 125
Ludwig van Beethoven: Writer
Marco Beltrami: Arrangement
New York, New York
Frank Sinatra: Performer
John Kander: Writer
The Girl from Ipanema
Vinicius de Moraes: Writer
Stan Getz: Performer
Doom and Gloom
Mick Jagger: Writer
The Rolling Stones: Performer
Theme from Die Hard
Yuri Says
McClane's Brain
Triple Vodka Rhapsody
Everyone To The Courthouse
Ode To Joy (Cell Phone)
McClane's Brain
Marco Beltrami: Performer

User reviews

Linda Evans

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from high-energy tracks to more subdued pieces, allows for a diverse listening experience that mirrors the diverse range of emotions and action in the film.

Michelle Rodriguez

The soundtrack of A Good Day to Die Hard effectively captures the intense and fast-paced action sequences throughout the film, enhancing the adrenaline-filled moments.

Mark Phillips

The music during the suspenseful scenes builds tension effectively, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats and heightening the overall sense of danger and urgency in the plot.

Kimberly Smith

Overall, the soundtrack of A Good Day to Die Hard contributes significantly to the overall cinematic experience, enhancing the storytelling and immersing the audience in the thrilling world of the movie.

Kenneth Martin

The musical score seamlessly complements the emotional depth of the father-son dynamic between John McClane and Jack, adding a layer of complexity and poignancy to their relationship as they navigate through dangerous situations together.

James Perez

The memorable themes and motifs in the music help to underscore key moments in the plot, leaving a lasting impression on the viewer long after the movie has ended.

Melissa Harris

The expertly crafted compositions in the A Good Day to Die Hard soundtrack showcase the skill and talent of the composer, elevating the film to new heights with its impactful and evocative music.

George Roberts

The combination of electronic beats, orchestral arrangements, and intense percussion in the soundtrack creates a powerful and immersive listening experience that elevates the overall mood and tension of the film, making it a memorable and impactful cinematic journey.

Ashley Roberts

The use of electronic and rock elements in the music perfectly complements the modern setting of the film, adding a contemporary edge to the overall sound of the movie.

Betty Adams

The soundtrack of A Good Day to Die Hard perfectly captures the intense and fast-paced action scenes of the movie, enhancing the adrenaline rush and keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout.

Margaret Adams

The emotional moments in the film are elevated by the subtle and poignant melodies in the soundtrack, creating a sense of depth and connection to the characters' struggles and relationships.

Margaret Robinson

The use of heavy percussion and electronic elements in the music enhances the sense of danger and urgency during the thrilling chase scenes.

Andrew Anderson

The dynamic range of the music captures the highs and lows of the characters' journey, creating a powerful and immersive listening experience.

Robert Taylor

The seamless integration of the soundtrack with the on-screen action enhances the overall cinematic experience, making the audience feel more involved in the story.

Elizabeth Green

The use of generic rock and electronic music in certain scenes felt out of place and did not enhance the emotional depth of the story. It seemed like the soundtrack was more focused on being loud and aggressive rather than adding depth to the characters and their motivations.

Ronald Harris

The intense and adrenaline-pumping sound of the A Good Day to Die Hard soundtrack perfectly complements the fast-paced action sequences of the movie.

Susan Campbell

I found the soundtrack of A Good Day to Die Hard to be disappointing and lackluster. The music did not effectively capture the tension and urgency of the action scenes, making them feel less impactful.

Donna Jackson

The emotional depth of the soundtrack shines through in moments of character development, adding layers to the story and connecting with the audience on a deeper level.