He’s back and he has a hangover. A really bad one too. This time we fined John McClane in his home territory of New York City. A crazed, riddle-speaking terrorist as strategically placed bombs all over the city and now McClane (under the specific request of Simon, the terrorist) has to solve the riddles before the bombs go off. Making matters worst is that John has been forcefully paired up with a racist African American electrician who despises white people, and that the terrorist Simon has indentified himself as the brother of the late Hans Gruber. But, this simple game of Simon Says goes further than what McClane suspects. This movie was a step above the second one because it was a very awkward buddy-cop movie but in the end it had great character development and the entire cast seemed to work well with each other. The action was outstanding and the entire movie felt like they were running out of time.