Jason Bourne


Action / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 59%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 173947


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Alicia Vikander as Heather Lee
Matt Damon as Jason Bourne
Vincent Cassel as Asset
Julia Stiles as Nicky Parsons
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934.41 MB
23.976 fps
2hr 3 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ray-tomecko 5 / 10

Jason Bourne

An awful disappointment compared to The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, even The Bourne Ultimatum, which I thought was a tired retread with no heart. Legacy was also much better.

Mr. Damon, you waited far too long.

Reviewed by bdwilnalex 1 / 10

extraordinarily disappointing

A friend recommended this to me as a stunning action film. He further added that "the plot is awesome." Well, in truth, I was unable to discern any plot whatsoever. The action segues from vaguely defined scene to vaguely defined scene. We see Jason flitting from here to there, escaping in the nick of time, living by his wits, and being such a tough guy that he knocks out boxing opponents before they've even raised their dukes. Meanwhile, wherever in the world he happens to be, there is a CIA team located minutes away, ready to arrive on scene and shoot him dead. This happens under the watchful eye of a CIA director, played by Tommy Lee Jones, who looks like a briefly resuscitated corpse. When my buddy disrupted the film three-fourths of the way through to chat about something, I just told him to delete the rest of it: I couldn't get into it despite all the stunning explosions and motorcycle chases. P-u!!!

Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 8 / 10

Frenetic spy/action thriller

'Jason Bourne' (or Bourne 5) is kind of unnecessary after the superior 'Bourne Ultimatum', but Bourne/Webb (Damon) does find out a little more about his past and why he became a super-spy. Thankfully, the film holds up well as an action film in its own right, if you're not comparing it to the other films in the franchise. It starts Bourne, now in his mid-40s, living off the grid in Greece and bare-knuckle boxing for fun/penance. Unbeknownst to him, Nicky (Stiles) has hacked the CIA and copied all their black-ops files, including "Treadstone", and finds Bourne to tell him what she's found. From there, the hunt begins!

It's kind of like the 'Mission Impossible' and 'Bond' films now, in that if it isn't broke, don't fix it - it's comfortable getting back in touch with the characters and hand-held camerawork that Greengrass uses as Bourne goes around efficiently dismantling the "bad guys" - which usually turn out to be rouge CIA operatives. The Asset (Cassel) is sent to "take care" of Bourne by Dewey (Jones), the craggy old CIA Director. Heather (Vikander) is the up-and-coming CIA cyber-expert and does well to keep you guessing who's side she's actually on.

The fight scenes are fast and furious, the score is great - always pounding away in the background, so you feel like there's never any respite, which there isn't for Bourne - they tick off about six countries, there's an interesting debate on security vs privacy in the digital age, and best of all, the cars chases are exceptional - shot from all different angles, plenty of destruction everywhere and no CGI to be seen! Solid ending too.

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