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Saturday, May 31, 2008

The Bourne Ultimatum Review

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While Bourne movies more or less outlines the cinematic stress for creative camera work; switching over from the usual blood-and-guts visual stage to the kinetic violence that tantalizes the viewer instead of desensitizing them. The final chapter in the Bourne series continues this trend, amplifies it just enough, and proves to be one of the more successful trilogies made in the recent early century. Of course, you can't expect plots deeper as far as an action movie goes, but who's to complain? It's one of the most entertaining trilogies out there (and hopefully ends here), though Green does have this thing about quite easily reshaping the story so that Bourne can always move to the next location to kill more baddies. 8.8/10.

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