A new Die Hard movie is out this week, proving the adage that old habits do indeed die hard (especially when those habits rake in hundreds of millions of dollars).
This time around, our perpetually-in-the-wrong-place-at-the-wrong-time protagonist John McClane journeys to Russia to rescue his son, and all hell predictably breaks loose.
The entire plot of A Good Day to Die Hard seems like an elaborate contrivance dreamed up by a studio executive simply so they could use the catchy tagline “Yippie Ki-Yay, Mother Russia.”
It brings to mind the infamously awful overdubs censors have slapped on previous Die Hard films — and other movies with language not quite suitable for a Sunday afternoon time slot.
Here are some of the motherloving best: