The fourth installment of the highly successful Bourne series sees the return of the franchise's screenwriter, Tony Gilroy, this time stepping into the director's seat for an entry which sidelines main character Jason Bourne in order to focus on a fellow estranged assassin (Jeremy Renner). Edward Norton and Rachel Weisz co-star, with Joan Allen and Albert Finney reprising their roles from the previous films. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
My huasband loves the Bourne series I thought they were so so but this one was for me alot better. It might be Jeremy Renner which I'm a fan of he's a great actor but he did so well in the bourne movie. This was the best yet I've read that Matt Daman might be in the next one with Jeremy Renner that I can't wait for!
THIS IS A WINNER!!!! Suspenseful and informative. A learning experience about drone capability and how our government uses them. Renner is spectacular-should be the next BOND!!!
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The new face confused me at the beginning, and the storyline was a little convoluted until about halfway into the film. I like the new Jason Bourne, but the film really wasn't as good as I was expecting.
I see now why Matt Damon refused to be a part of this film, the story is dumb and completely incoherent from the first three movies focusing on Jason Bourne. Some ok action, but nothing comparable to the first films. Just another examply of Hollywood trying to milk every dime out of a franchise, no matter how ridiculous the story might be or whether or not it even meshes with the original. Every time I wonder how they get away with it, I just come on here and look at all of the five star ratings to remind me. What a joke.