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The Bourne Ultimatum
Remember everything. Forgive nothing.
Bourne is brought out of hiding once again by reporter Simon Ross who is trying to unveil Operation Blackbriar, an upgrade to Project Treadstone, in a series of newspaper columns. Information from the reporter stirs a new set of memories, and Bourne must finally uncover his dark past while dodging The Company's best efforts to eradicate him.
Possibly the greatest spy thriller ever. Truly thrilling in every moment, powered by Greengrass' superb kinetic directing and editing. This film ever ceases to entertain and excite. The best of the Bourne franchise.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Best of the series yet. Bourne kicks twice as much as ass than he did in the last two films combined. Sucks that he'll be kicking no ass in the sequel.
I thought that if I watched this again while jumping up and down, doing cartwheels and somersaults it might counterbalance the unbelievably annoying shaky cam.
It gave me an even worse headache than the first time I watched it.
Noah Vosen: "Perhaps we can arrange a meet."
Jason Bourne: "Where are you now?"
Noah Vosen: "I'm sitting in my office."
Jason Bourne: "I doubt that."
Noah Vosen: "Why would you doubt that?"
Jason Bourne: "If you were in your office right now we'd be having this conversation face-to-face."
The third entry to the Bourne franchise is slightly better than the second, but not quite as good as the first. The action is pretty good, but the shaky cam almost ruins it. The brutality makes up for it though. Even in non-action scenes the camera can't seem to stay still which gets on my nerves. Despite this, Ultimatum is a great conclusion to Matt Damon's Bourne series. I especially love the ending. 8.5/10
And so the story of Jason Bourne comes full circle in this explosive action sequel. More fights, more car chases, more shaky cam and more badassery from Matt Damon.
The second best in the series after Identity.
A Last Smile
The perfect ending to probably the greatest action trilogy ever. (Disregard the boring Bourne Legacy and the wholly unnecessary upcoming Jason Bourne reprise.) The abundance of callbacks here to the previous movies, especially to Identity -- shots, blocking, music, dialogue -- brings the narrative full circle as our hero finally uncovers his origins and exposes the shady government officials responsible for hijacking his life. Ultimately, the series reveals itself as an elegiac commentary on the use and abuse of our devoted soldiers. "Look at us. Look at what they make you give."
I watched this for the first time since seeing it in the theater, and it's at least as good as I remember it. I think I still prefer the first two movies slightly just cause I'm not totally sold on the last act of this one, but man, the first 2/3 of this are flawless and have some of the best suspense/action scenes ever, the part where he's trying to move the reporter through the station in particular. My favorite thing about this series might be its primary focus on Franke Potente's character through all three movies, Bourne is such an increasingly tortured, sympathetic character through the trilogy which is a great balance to the insane superpowers. The Daniel Craig…
I C O N I C
finally,,,he found who is he??????................
Rewatching all three movies it is fascinating to me how good Damon is in them even if by the end you don't care about the character all that much. Masterfully edited with the most memorable set piece coming early in Waterloo Station.
11/15 in my 'List of Shame 2014'.
The fun thing about watching the three Bourne-films a few days apart instead of the original years between the releases is that you realize they're practically all the same. During the first few scenes I noticed I've seen this one too (just as I did with the first one, which I completely forgot as well) and I couldn't remember anything from the storyline. Not that it matters though, the storyline is easy to follow and never gets boring. I didn't really like the 'You really don't remember?'-storyline with Nicky, but since it totally gets abandoned after that one scene I think the writers didn't either.
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