The figures are in and A Good Day To Die Hard has done exactly what it was expected to do, and take the number one spot at the UK box office.
Having been released on a Thursday it raked in £4.55m over a four-day period. A point worth making though is that if we were to only count the traditional weekend numbers of Friday to Sunday then we would have seen Wreck-It Ralph still in the number one spot, having made £3.43m.
Die Hard 5 currently sits at an awful 16% critics response on Rotten Tomatoes, whilst is has a rather more appealing 82% positive response from the viewers. Whereas, Wreck-It Ralph has a much more even 85% from critics and 89% from the viewers. You can read my reviews of A Good Day To Die Hard here and Wreck-It Ralph here, if you so desire.