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Watch: New Clip From 'A Good Day To Die Hard' Plus Key & Peele Get Really Excited For The Sequel

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist February 12, 2013 at 4:03PM

If you haven't made your plans for Valentine's Day for your special someone, may we remind you that it's less than 48 hours away, and if you want to get into somebody's good books, you might want track down a reservation. But if you do manage to convince the special person in your life to go with you to the theater to see "A Good Day To Die Hard," no one will be able to match the excitement of Key & Peele for the fifth entry in the franchise.
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A Good Day To Die Hard Bruce Willis

If you haven't made your plans for Valentine's Day for your special someone, may we remind you that it's less than 48 hours away, and if you want to get into somebody's good books, you might want track down a reservation. But if you do manage to convince the special person in your life to go with you to the theater to see "A Good Day To Die Hard," no one will be able to match the excitement of Key & Peele for the fifth entry in the franchise.

The comedy pair -- Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele -- have dropped a pretty amazing little sketch where they play two hotel bellhops who are fucking stoked to see the movie, and it's pretty hilarious. There are too many one-off great lines here, but it's a must watch. But before that here's an actual clip from "A Good Day To Die Hard" in which John McClane and his son manage to outrun a stream of bullets being fired rapidly at an obscene speed into a building. Seriously, if you can't kill this guy with a fucking helicopter with military grade weapons, just give up. (Also: Bruce Willis kinda runs funny.)

"A Good Day To Die Hard," which doesn't feature Urkel's Dad like the first one, opens on Thursday.

This article is related to: A Good Day To Die Hard, Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney


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