This should not have Bourne in the title. This was a horrible sequel to the last Bourne movie. It is a good action flic but should not be considered part of the Bourne series
There was a lack of story and no good real fight scenes in this most recent Bourne movie (previous ones had the actors do the fighting, jumping, etc.) In the first 30 minutes or more, it practically annoyed me with almost no movements. I do not mind watching a male actor with the unusual Hollywood masculinity (which is quite rare among these Hollywood men) running around (training camp) and showing the body ... but please not this new Bourne actor. No offence, he is totally a wrong person for this role. It might be unfair to him, as it is tough to fill Matt Damon's shoes in this role. I consider Matt Damon being one of the rare Hollywood guys; because he is like a man.
The female act
I absolutely love Paul Greengrass' two Bourne films, narley to the point of obsession. I can't imagine a sequel living up to them without Greengrass or Matt Damon's involvement. But Jeremy Renner vs. Ed Norton might be cool (as long as Norton beefs up a bit), and Rachel Weisz definitely lends some credibility. The Bourne franchise is too cool to just abandon so I don't blame Universal for attempting a sequel.
Enjoyed this one
Great addition to the Bourne movies. I love how they tied in Jason Bourne into the movie. THe cliffhanging ending only means... there's more! YAY!
stick to matt damon and loose this guy from movies.
I liked it alot
I enjoyed it
The worst Bourne movie. Too boring, isn't dinamic, almost no action, too much talking.