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The Bourne Ultimatum 2007

Bourne races to discover the final mysteries of his past while a government agent tries to track him down after a shootout in Moscow.

Starring:
Matt Damon, Julia Stiles
Runtime:
1 hour, 55 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action & Adventure
Director Paul Greengrass
Starring Matt Damon, Julia Stiles
Supporting actors David Strathairn, Scott Glenn, Paddy Considine, Edgar Ramírez, Albert Finney, Joan Allen, Tom Gallop, Corey Johnson, Daniel Brühl, Joey Ansah, Colin Stinton, Dan Fredenburgh, Lucy Liemann, Bryan Reents, Arkie Reece, John Roberson, Russ Huards, Mark Bazeley
Studio NBC Universal
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: DVD
I think it must be me who's missing something here... I completely disagree with the negative reviews on here. I think the Bourne trilogy is one of the strongest I've seen for years and that includes the 'cash cow' that is the Mission Impossible. Matt Damon is very convincing in this role and although I think The Bourne Identity is still my favourite of the three, this really was a great ending. It's non-stop action all the way and a keep-you-guessing plot throughout. I loved the long action sequences and the shaky camera style which really adds to the atmosphere. You also really get a sense of the locations that are used in the film too - loved all the shots in Tangiers! There are plenty of other action movies out there right now, but if you want well thought out, directed and excuted action sequences - and a good thriller then the Bourne Ultimatum is for you.
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Matt Damon was never on my list of favourite actors until The Bourne series. It's a cliché I know but Matt Damon was born to play Jason Bourne. I think that no film he's been in before or since has fitted him quite as well. For me, Matt Damon delivers his best performance yet in The Bourne Ultimatum.

If you are a fan of the first two Bourne movies, you will not be disappointed by The Bourne Ultimatum. For those who have seen the first two installments this installment fits all the information you've gathered in 'Identity' and 'Supremacy' and we finally see the full picture of Jason Bourne's troubled past.

The Bourne Ultimatum has a great plot and with fantastic action and fight sequences Ultimatum ranks as one of the best action movies of 2007.
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The Bourne series has been a refreshing change to the plot-light, action-heavy spy thrillers of recent years. The Bourne Ultimatum completes the trilogy with a thrilling and often dazzling finale as Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is forced to re-emerge following a journalist's attempt to uncover operation Black Friar, a top secret upgrade linked to Project Treadstone; the central piece to Bourne's exploits in The Bourne Identity (Doug Liman, 2002) and The Bourne Supremacy (Paul Greengrass, 2004).

The appeal of Bourne lies within his vulnerability as a hero and the film's sustained emphasis on his role as an underdog versus the ruthless power of the CIA. As if a battle of wits against America's criminal intelligence agencies is not enough, Bourne also has a continual struggle with amnesia as he tries to remember his dark past.

It is a shame that the films opening twenty minutes suffer from awkward, uneven scene changes which undermine an otherwise convincing plot. Although director Paul Greengrass excels in his ability to create tension and drama in key scenes, it is a significant blunder to manufacture a high tempo by hurried and perplexing globe-trotting.

Where the Bond franchise has invariably bored less dedicated fans with its utter predictability and invincible protagonist, the Bourne trilogy offers a welcome difference in its edgier, twist-driven plots and smart, complex hero. That said, The Bourne Ultimatum doesn't sidestep all of Bonds errors; the CIA staff are unbelievably daft and some of the film's finest and most compelling scenes are only just carried by Greengrass' skill in the director's chair.
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I have to say that this is best movie I have seen in quite a while. Loads of action, great story, Matt Damon in great form. I love it. The three Bourne movies, taken together must be the best trilogy around, each one being a cracking movie on it's own.
This particular film is intertwined with the second film, not that you have to see the second on to enjoy it, but it does help to understand it better.
It's as well that the James Bond series has recently been revamped because they were definitely looking tired compared to the Bourne films. I would recommend this film.
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The Bourne triology are all gripping if you like that format. This final part seals the story, subsequent attempts at this theme don't quite cut it for me. Well produced and on Blu ray a really engrossing watch. Excellent
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This has all the same elements as The Bourne Supremacy. Great action sequences, chases, double-crosses, clever spy stuff etc etc. Maybe that's why I ended up feeling a bit let down by it. The fights scenes were pretty good but were hard to follow as the camera flipped all over the place. I realise this adds to the chaos of the scene but a little less would be good. In addition, the plot was re-used as well. I don't think there was anything in this film which wasn't in 'Supremacy'.
I really really liked The Bourne Identity. It was clever and gritty with explosive scenes interspersed with good, well acted dialogue. I felt the snow, cold, tiredness, confusion and even understood the love interest.
With the Bourne Supremacy, I felt sympathy for Jason Bourne and was rooting for him all the way. However, with the Bourne Ultimatum the human element is lost and its a straight-forward, 'good but not great' action film.
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