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Top gear helped with promoting the film. This is also posted on the top gear website. Other than that I find no involvement between the production of Die Hard 5 and the staff of Top Gear.


It's a continuity error (or movie-plot-magic). It's even listed on moviemistakes (along with 23 other errors). It's plausible that the producers cut the bit where Jack passes the knife to John, the scene may have originally been longer. However, There's roughly 6 seconds between seeing Jack trying to free himself and a freed John lunging for one of the ...


I just saw the film. According to a website the two places are 430 miles apart. Even if they averaged 60mph (unlikely) it would have taken over 7 hours. When they get there and are loading up with weapons.

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