Raul Marques’s review published on Letterboxd:
Greengrass makes a solid case for his relentlessly maligned style here, even the action scenes being one of the few remarkable thing about the antecessor, the shaky cam is actually a better fit for this partcular type of movie and character. It's certainly less visually rewarding and more motion-sickness inducing, but they function surprisingly well withing the context of the story and give the audience a real feeling of some of the problems Bourne has to face due to his shady past. Interesting to notice how the film has the guts to go way further down the moral-ambiguity-line and question, at all times, our sympathy towards the supposed hero of the narrative. An absolute step-up from the first one.