When A Good Day to Die Hard hit theaters, there were a lot of questions that needed answering. What happened to the John McClane of the previous Die Hard movies? Did anyone making this movie even look at a map of Russia? Has John McClane (and now his son) become impervious to everything from smashed windows and bullets to all forms of dangerous radiation? Why were any of the characters even in Russia in the first place?
Sure, these are all fine questions to ponder if you plan to watch A Good Day to Die Hard. However, if you’re thinking this clearly, the most important question is why you aren’t as inebriated as McClane was at the beginning of Die Hard with a Vengeance (or throughout this entire film). The fifth Die Hard movie is best enjoyed with some poison in your system.
And now, to cover our butts… This game is only for people over the age of 21. Please drink responsibly, and don’t vacation in Moscow during a terrorist attack.
Suggested drink: Vodka (though sip instead of drinking)
TAKE A DRINK WHEN…
- Someone is killed
- A vehicle crashes into something
- A person crashes through something
- Someone should have died but didn’t
TAKE A DRINK WHEN YOU SEE…
- An explosion
- Cyrillic writing
- A CGI background
- A Russian landmark (real or CGI)
TAKE A DRINK WHEN SOMEONE SAYS…
- a swear word
- somethign in Russian
CHUG YOUR DRINK WHEN…
- McClane finally says, “Yippee ki-yay, motherfucker!”