John McClane may still be one of the most loved film characters of all time, but his new adventure - A Good Day to Die Hard - is currently tanking with critics like a Die Hard movie never has before. So,what went wrong? It seemed like a solid sell: the film threw John McClane into a fish out of water story by putting him in Moscow and we were even going to be introduced to a new generation of McClane through the introduction of John's grown son, Jack (Jai Courtney). There should have been enough promise there for fans and critics alike. But, critics did not respond well, and the film currently holds a rotten rating of about 16% on Rotten Tomatoes. To compare and contrast that with Live Free Or Die Hard is bemoaned pretty heavily by Die Hard fans but holds an 81% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes. A Good Day To Die Hard has been attacked for everything from its lousy script to its poor direction to its idea of turning John McClane into a full blown superhero. I personally loved the film for all its horrible glory and cherish any chance I get to see John McClane kicking butt on screen. But, in honor of A Good Day To Die Hard's thrashing, we thought we'd take a moment to contemplate five ways Bruce Willis and 20th Century Fox can save the Die Hard franchise and bring it back to the former glory of films like Die Hard and Die Hard With A Vengeance.