I think A Good Day to Die Hard (2013) is one of movie has good trailer but worse movie. Anyone who bought a ticket to see A Good Day to Die Hard knew damn well what they were getting: nothing but shootouts, explosions, death-defying stunts, and Bruce Willis' snarky one-liners. And, to be fair, that's exactly what the sequel's narratively challenged director, John Moore, delivered—except that, in a bombastic slog that hopefully signaled the end of a once-awesome franchise, Willis can't muster the excitement needed to sell its artificial charms.At least Moore and company were able to mask their star's lackadaisicalness in the brief but hard-hitting trailer. Not to mention, lure drooling male adolescents into the multiplex by showing a quick glimpse of gorgeous co-star Yulia Snigir hopping off a motorcycle, unzipping her coat, and walking around in a bra—an image that, sorry, isn't even in the actual movie. Sex sells, indeed.