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Another great sequel, very good movie. I like all the Bourne movies, recommend to anyone.
Nobody can match Matt Damon in this role. He is the perfect agent.
Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon are doing the next instalment of Bourne series!!!

Tony Gilroy is a very good screenwriter, but as a dircetor the last Bourne was not on par. Paul knows how to translate drama and action way better, and you cant have a Bourne movie WITHOUT Matt.

Well you can, but... yeah.
Do any of the links actually include all the text? After Universal logo, when it blacks out and here "clicking" sound, should be the text "Moscow, Russia" rolling out to give Location, but its missing. Same with other spots where you hear same clicking sound... you know the text is rolling out giving location but it's not showing. Also, all of the subtitles for the foreign language is missing.... Are any the links "full video?" This movie has a lot of foreign language, and kind of helps to understand what the heck they are saying.... Last I checked subtitles were included in the theater and on the DVD.

better than expected !!
next step, read the books !

Reign Over Me -- 6.5

The Circus -- 8

Trading Places -- 8.5

The Bourne Ultimatum -- 9

Superbad -- 8.5
I have mixed feelings about this film. It was a good movie, but was definitely my least favorite Bourne flick so far. The action sequences were great and of course there HAD to be a full-throttle car chase scene. You can't have a Bourne movie without at least one good car chase. I had some issues with the editing of a couple of the fights. They were so fast cut that at times it was hard to tell what the hell was going on. Yes, Matt and some guy were beating the crap out of each other, but any details were a blurry kind of jumble. The story itself was passable, but relied a little too heavily on coincidence for my liking. (Yes, I know the movie was based on a book, but so were the first two and by all accounts they made major changes to the storyline in those, so I'm not sure why they didn't here... or maybe they did. I haven't read the books so I couldn't say, but that just makes it worse if they did.) I like Matt Damon. He's one of the better young actors out there working today and I love him as this character. The flaws in this film are in no way Matt's fault. I like Julia Stiles as well, but she really just had a glorified cameo here and was one of the annoying coincidences I was talking about. In fact, the whole cast was actually really good; they just didn't have an outstanding script to work with. The movie is worth checking out if you like the Bourne films, but the world won't end if you don't get it seen in the theatre. If nothing else, it's at least NetFlix worthy.
Jason Bourne, the Anti-Bond (as in James Bond), in The Bourne Ultimatum, the concluding chapter (or so we've been promised) to the series that began five years ago with Doug Liman's (Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Go, Swingers) adaptation of Robert Ludlam's bestselling novel, The Bourne Identity and continued with The Bourne Supremacy two years later, but with Paul Greengrass (United 93, Bloody Sunday) at the helm. The gritty, unglamorous locales, a cynicism-heavy espionage storyline, small-scale action scenes, and an intense turn from Matt Damon as the reluctant title character all contributed to a positive reception from critics and $500 million dollars combined for the first two films in the series.

In The Bourne Identity, an amnesiac left for dead (Matt Damon) discovers that he was a highly trained assassin for Treadstone, a CIA-backed black ops project. Bourne's failed to kill his last target, a deposed African dictator. Driven by his desire to find out his identity, Bourne made his way through Europe until he confronted his handler, Alexander Conklin (Chris Cooper). He also gained a girlfriend, Marie (Franka Potente), and retired from professional killing. Two years later in the real and fictional worlds (e.g., The Bourne Supremacy), government assassins shattered Bourne's idyllic life with Marie. Bourne sought revenge on the former head of the Treadstone project, Ward Abbot (Brian Cox).

The Bourne Ultimatum picks up where The Bourne Supremacy left off, with Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), an ex-CIA assassin, bleeding and on the run in Moscow. There to make amends with the daughter of a man he killed, Bourne escapes narrowly. His escape, however, hasn't gone unnoticed. His former employers in the CIA, Noah Vosen (David Strathairn), the deputy director in charge of anti-terrorism based out of New York, and Ezra Kramer (Scott Glenn), the head of the CIA, decide that Bourne should be eliminated. Kramer sends another CIA official, Pamela Landy (Joan Allen), to help Vosen track Bourne down.

Kramer and Vosen also have to deal with a mole has been leaking classified information to a journalist, Simon Ross (Paddy Considine), working for a British newspaper. Vosen sends another assassin, Paz (Edgar Ramirez), to take down Ross and Bourne, who he suspects of leaking the classified information. Ross eventually leads Bourne to his former handler, Neal Daniels (Colin Stinton), and Madrid where he encounters, Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles), a former assistant with the Treadstone project now reassigned to Spain. Almost immediately, Nicky decides to help Bourne find Daniels in Tangiers, Morocco. Vosen sends another assassin, Desh (Joey Ansah), to eliminate Daniels, Bourne, and Nicky. Throughout, Bourne is driven to discover not who he is (that much he knows already) but how and why he became an assassin.

Five years ago, The Bourne Identity was a refreshing, imaginative take on the spy thriller that had grown increasingly stale and irrelevant. Doug Liman employed a naturalistic style that depended heavily on handheld cameras, rapid-fire cuts, on-location shooting, and small-scale, stunt-heavy action scenes. As a filmmaking style, it has its roots in the French New Wave and the cin
a great film with non stop action at every corner
The Bourne Ultimatum Review

Rating: 9.9/10
Rated: PG-13
Starring: Matt Damon, David Straithairn, Julia Styles, and Joan Allen
Genre: Thriller/Action
My Grade: A

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