Taken as a trilogy this movie would have been a solid ending. The movie has better action and great location work. A genius cameo by Richard Chamberlain (original Jason Bourne) as one of the agents terminated by Bourne is the best moment in the film. Again overuse of the shaky-cam and editing and I'm still not impressed by the overall story, but the action is thrown so fast it is hard not to be entertained here.
This was a solid trilogy that kept getting better with every entry. The third one solidifying its spot in the spy film hall of fame but it should have ended with this one since they did such a good job closing everything up. I am eager to see where they take this character and I hope it doesn't suck like the last installment did.
Last of the Bourne saga keeping up with the frenetic action levels but conceding some of the substance in plot with regards to previous efforts. It is the less cerebral of the three, there is no attempt to entertain suspense or intrigue and just the final minutes are reserved to eloquently explain the Bourne myth. Damon has barely changed through the saga and feels at home in the skin of Bourne, an accomplished role.
Trilogy concludes with another globe spanning adventure that created as many questions as it answered with its convulated plotting. Script not up to par with previous entry or matching the octane of the first entry but still better than the average action drivel. Damon could play this part in his sleep by now but film does feature some good support from Stiles, Strathairn and Ramirez. Top notch stunt work.