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501 Ratings

Jason Bourne

Directed by Paul Greengrass
United States, 2016


Several years after his disappearance at the conclusion of The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason Bourne unexpectedly resurfaces at a time when the world is faced with unprecedented instability.

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Jason Bourne Directed by Paul Greengrass

Awards & Festivals

Screen Actors Guild Awards

2017 | Nominee: Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble

London Critics Circle Film Awards

2017 | Nominee: Technical Achievement of the Year

Empire Awards

2017 | Winner: Best Thriller

Why does Jason Bourne seem to add nothing to the series, bring no new questions to the story? Leaving aside that the film offers little novelty in terms of form or character, and bracketing, too, that this movie was made largely thanks to studio pressures rather than any internal narrative logic, why doesn’t Jason Bourne work? Why does the question of Bourne’s father feel not just uninspired, but like a kind of betrayal of what made the series special and singular?
August 21, 2016
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Plot-wise, there isn’t much here. One could also mention some clichéd detail (a dying ally hands Bourne an all-important key with her last breath) and moments when our hero comes perilously close to a superhero. Yet the two hours pass quickly, mostly because the action scenes are sensationally good.
August 02, 2016
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What made the timeliness of the original cycle so vital is exactly what makes Greengrass’ and Damon’s return to the franchise in Jason Bourne so utterly useless… When the requisite Bourne car chase finally happens, it feels like something of a bygone era. Lacking any of the inventive ideas or images of the franchise’s previous car sequences, Jason Bourne simply goes through the motions of wanton vehicular carnage.
July 29, 2016
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