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The Narrative Architect Behind The Bourne Films, Tony Gilroy, Returns To Expand The Bourne Universe Once More In The Next Chapter Of The Thrilling Action Series. The Bourne Legacy Introduces Us To A New Hero, Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner), Whose Life-Or-Death Stakes Have Been Triggered By The Events Of The First Three Films. For The Bourne Legacy, Renner Joins Fellow Series Newcomers Rachel Weisz And Edward Norton, While Franchise Veterans Albert Finney, Joan Allen, David Strathairn And Scott Glenn Reprise Their Roles.
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This is a movie that stands on its own merit. Can be enjoyed without any knowledge of the previous movies - but ties in neatly with the Identity/Supremacy/Ultimatum movie arc. There are a few familiar background faces from the first 3 movies here as well - but the whole premise of Legacy is that the Treadstone and Blackbriar programs were only the beginning. There are at least two other programs as revealed in this movie - and possibly many more!
If the Bourne movies are to continue as an ongoing series - they really need to focus more upon Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) as Legacy feels so much more fresher for the new face/main character and the mystery of his past. (Not to mention where he's going.)
Definitely worth watching!
One of the programmes involves Renners character who is an operative that they try to "retire" to cover up the repercussions of the Bourne investigations. He proves somewhat difficult to send on his way.
Altogether more pedestrian I think than the Bourne films except for one outrageous motorbike chase at the end.
What makes this one work for me though is the films investment in the Renner and Weisz characters and you really do care what happens to these two.
Maybe a tad overlong for its plot but the time spent with the two characters is well worth it.
A very good film.
Directed and screenplay by the team responsible for the prior Damon trio of films, this is more a parallel movie with skilful cross references to where the last Damon film left off than a follow on sequel. At heart the story is like a simpler version of the Hulk movies, with agents subject to medical enhancements to improve their performance and endurance, and the real thrill is watching Jeremy Renner's performance as the lone survivor prove more than a match for the prior Damon portrayals.
The pace and action is kept up throughout with nods to the prior trilogy in the way certain set pieces are staged and with Edward Norton on top form as his ruthless government agency pursuer, regardless of the human costs incurred. The real pleasure however is watching Rachel Weisz turn what is usually a standard hanger on female co-star role in such movies with no action parts, into a character of growing strength and skill when her world is turned upside down.
Sadly the film's end is almost a re-run of the prior Bourne films and while the possibility of a sequel always exists I am almost left hoping that the Renner version is confined to this great one off version, in preserving its uniqueness.
I cheered out load at the end of the film.It was just as rewarding as the other
Bourne films.It has a brilliant conclusion,I really liked it.
The film departs somewhat from the previous ones but tells a completely self
contained story of a lone mercenary.
We're not sure who he works for or the real purpose of the film until a drone
attempts to take him out in a remote mountain cabin.
It's then that the action begins as he tries to survive and reduce the opposition.
He becomes involved with a female sidekick,literally,and they try to stay alive
long enough to sail off into the sunset at the end of the movie.
It's a good script with some great one liners.
The film certainly keeps you on the edge of your seat.
And that theme song...,simply fantastic,it really does reflect the film.
It didn't take me long to buy the track on iTunes.
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