In the latest (3/11/13) New Yorker, in a brief review of A Good Day to Die Hard — will it never stop? — this:
The action is in Russia, as John McClane (Bruce Willis) decamps to Moscow in search of hs errant son Jack (Jai Courtney), who turns out to be working for the C.I.A. Father and child have never truly bonded, so this is a chance to rediscover their love and trust by engaging in traffic-mashing car chases and widespread homicide.
Crucial piece bold-faced. Nice rhythm, surprising word choices. Admirable.