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The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

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Director:

Paul Greengrass

Starring:

Franka Potente, Brian Cox, Julia Stiles, Karl Urban, Gabriel Mann, Joan Allen, Marton Csokas, Tom Gallop, John Bedford Lloyd, Ethan Sandler, Michelle Monaghan, Karel Roden, Tomas Arana, Oksana Akinshina, Matt Damon

Genres:

Action-Adventure, Thriller, Mystery-Suspense, Drama, Espionage, US Premier

Origin:

USA

Certificate:

M

Languages:

Italian, German, Russian, English

Aspect ratios:

2.35 : 1

Sound formats:

SDDS, Dolby Digital, DTS

Running Time:

108 min

The Bourne Supremacy

synopsis


A CIA agent is killed during an operation, and $3 million of the agency's money is stolen. A partial fingerprint of Jason Bourne is found at the scene. There is only one small problem; there is no Jason Bourne, because the name is only a cover for their agent, David Webb (Matt Damon). Someone has framed Bourne for this incident. David/Bourne has been living underground with his girlfriend, Marie Kreutz (Franka Potente), for the last two years trying to stay off the CIA's radar screen. Bourne told the CIA to leave him alone, or he would retaliate against them. After Bourne is almost killed in India, he comes out of hiding to close the file on the CIA.

member reviews

 
Run, Jason, Run
Sharon Langford
01 March 2010
member rating

I don't know anyone who doesn't love a good suspense/action movie. The Bourne movies are great examples of this genre. I can watch them again, and again. Matt Damon is excellent in the role, and the twists and turns, which are so well scripted, are certainly executed to perfection by him. I would have liked to have seen more of Franca Potente - I loved her in Run, Lola, Run. And revisiting Goa in this movie was a pleasure for me. Excellent entertainment. It is already on the bottom of my hitlist again for a repeat viewing down the track.


Movies Series: The Bourne Trilogy

This film is a part of "The Bourne Trilogy" series, which also includes:
 
 

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