The tagline’s so obvious, you probably would have been annoyed with 20th Century Fox’s marketing department if they’d overlooked it (or chose to go in a different direction). Uber-cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) returns for a fifth Die Hard movie, this time set in Moscow. And so, as we see on the first official poster, we get the slogan, “Yippee Ki-Yay, Mother Russia.”

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But that’s not all. Fox also released an international trailer for the forthcoming Die Hard sequel, which gives us a little more plot detail on the movie, as well as more dialogue, than was provided by the explosive domestic trailer. I love the “first time” admission for Moscow, as it’s a throwback to the original Die Hard and his trip to California. There’s a hell of a lot more humor in this one, though not all of it fits the tone of the previous Die Hard films. Some of it’s a little too tongue-in-cheek, even for a Die Hard sequel. But this clip better establishes McClane’s son, Jack (Jai Courtney), as a similar smart-ass who might be a lethal as his father. That’s a good sign.

Here’s the international trailer. John Moore directs A Good Day to Die Hard, which pits the McClanes against an international threat. It opens in the States on Feb. 14, 2013, so grab tickets for your Valentine and go!

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