Peter Rogers’s review published on Letterboxd:
I don't understand why this is considered the worst of the original trilogy. For me, it almost hits the heights of the original.
It's great that John is able to breathe a bit, and get out of the confines of one location, running around the streets of New York. Also, I think that Jeremy Irons is fantastic as Hans Gruber's brother. You could totally see them as an evil mastermind family.
The cat-and-mouse game that is played at the expense of the 'bigger picture' again is fantastic, and I love some of the set pieces in this movie.
Ah, now onto old Bruce Willis...