The Bourne Supremacy


Action / Mystery / Thriller

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Karl Urban as Kirill
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Matt Damon as Jason Bourne
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Julia Stiles as Nicky
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751.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
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English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by theshadow9088 / 10

A sequel that holds up.

In The Bourne Supremacy, Jason Bourne is living a secret life with his girlfriend Marie, still trying to discover who he is. When he is framed for a crime involving the CIA, a hit-man is sent to kill him. This causes Jason Bourne to respond to a previous threat he made...Anybody from his past life that confronted him, he'd get revenge. He sets out to find out what happened and why he's being blamed.

A lot of the principal players return for this sequel, and it's good to see how their characters evolved since the first film. Some new characters are present as well, and they are good additions to the series. Matt Damon is even better as Bourne this time around, seeing as he's comfortable in the role now. I really enjoyed Joan Allen in her role as well.

The movie never gets too boring, and there is a nice blend between the action and the drama. This movie also features one of the best car chases since Bullitt. The only big flaw is the cinematography. The camera whips around so fast in some scenes that you can barely see what's going on. The movie ends with promise of a third installment, and I personally can't wait.


Reviewed by Leofwine_draca10 / 10

One of my all-time favourite thrillers

THE BOURNE SUPREMACY takes up where the first film left off, offering a much more rounded movie which easily surpasses the first. Whereas the first film's strength lay in the many action set-pieces which proved that modern Hollywood films could still offer originality and excitement, the sequel focuses on the emotions of the dwindling cast, investing each character with believable motives and a real humanity. The result is a film which offers both top-notch action and drama at the same time, making it THE film of 2004.

Matt Damon is far better than in the first film, his Bourne a grieving, violent ex-assassin with a heart this time. The supporting cast members, both old and new, are great as well; Joan Allen as the government chief of operations is good value whilst Brian Cox has material to work with this time. Best of all is relative newcomer Karl Urban, who is quite excellent as the Russian assassin on Bourne's trail, as good a killer as Bourne himself. The film really excels in the camera-work and direction, offering surprise after surprise to make you jolt in your seat and the biggest surprise is how adept director Paul Greengrass is at delivering excellent action and thrills.

The opening chase is breathlessly exciting whilst the closing cat-and-mouse game, both on foot and by car, is quite simply the best I've watched. Realism is spot-on and the lack of computer effects – all stunts were performed by Damon, and 'really happened' – make it feel all the more true-to-life. The script offers one or two neat twists and overall the film has a feeling of originality and edginess that so many others lack. A real winner of a movie and one I've watched time and again, enjoying it 100% in each instance.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle7 / 10

good Paul Greengrass action

Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) and Marie (Franka Potente) are living off the radar. He's still haunted by his partly forgotten past. But then the hidden world comes and destroy their small bit of happiness. A CIA plan under Deputy Director Pamela Landy (Joan Allen) gets double crossed and Jason Bourne gets framed for it. Jason must return to clear the mess.

This is the return of a complicated plot. It's tough to follow watching the first time around. What the audience gets is director Paul Greengrass' expert grasp on action, and Jason Bourne's robotic efficiency. What's missing is the warmth of a love story with Marie. It's a rather cold desolation that could have used more fire of anger and vengeance.

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