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  • Genre: Action | Thriller
  • Release Date: 29 July 2016 (USA)
  • Runtime: 123 min
  • Filming Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  • Budget: $120,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $161,307,760 (USA) (23 September 2016)
  • Director: Paul Greengrass
  • Stars: Matt Damon, Tommy Lee Jones, Alicia Vikander | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: David Buckley John Powell
  • Soundtrack: Extreme Ways (Jason Bourne)
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Atmos | Datasat | 12-Track Digital Sound | Dolby Digital | Auro 11.1 (only in China)
  • Plot Keyword: CIA | Black Ops | CIA Agent | Chase | Chaos

Jason Bourne (2016) Writing Credits By:

  • Paul Greengrass (written by) &
  • Christopher Rouse (written by)
  • Robert Ludlum (characters)

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  • The Las Vegas car chase sequence took five weeks to shoot and at the end, the sequence wrecked 170 cars. Jason Bourne 2016 234 of 237 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Matt Damon has stated numerous times that he would only return to the Bourne franchise to reprise his role as Jason Bourne if Paul Greengrass would return for directorial duties on the project. Jason Bourne 2016 Damon & Greengrass announced their return to the franchise in November 2014 for a new installment. Jason Bourne 2016 338 of 346 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Since part of the story takes place in Athens, Greece, the producers asked the Greek Government for permission to shoot the film in the actual location. Jason Bourne 2016 Due to high taxes and bureaucracy this never happened. Jason Bourne 2016 Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, doubles as Athens in the movie. Jason Bourne 2016 171 of 176 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • City officials and the producers reached an agreement to only shoot the Las Vegas car chase sequence from midnight to sunrise. Jason Bourne 2016 82 of 83 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • This movie shows us that David Webb was previously Captain in US Army 1st Special Forces Delta (1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta , “1st SFOD-Delta”), otherwise known as Delta Force. Jason Bourne 2016 37 of 37 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Matt Damon admitted that physically training for the role of Bourne was much harder in his forties, and he had to keep to a very strict diet to maintain his physique during filming. Jason Bourne 2016 80 of 83 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The requirements for Treadstone Operatives are listed in the classified report as follows: All Treadstone Operatives will be trained to be the leading capable assassins.1. Jason Bourne 2016 Assets will leave no trace of their existence. Jason Bourne 2016 2. Jason Bourne 2016 Treadstone agents are INVISIBLE. Jason Bourne 2016 3. Jason Bourne 2016 Each potential recruit must be surveyed and held under the Treadstone Secure Systems Act S-4 for a MINIMUM of two years. Jason Bourne 2016 4. Jason Bourne 2016 Almost superhuman proficiency in using firearms or other weapons, sharpshooting, using explosives, operating vehicles, and martial art techniques. Jason Bourne 2016 74 of 77 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • First Bourne film Tony Gilroy wasn’t involved in. Jason Bourne 2016 He wrote none of the script. Jason Bourne 2016 114 of 121 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Matt Damon & Julia Stiles are the only actors from the original trilogy to reprise their roles as Jason Bourne & Nicky Parsons. Jason Bourne 2016 Whilst David Strathhairn, Joan Allen, & Edward Norton’s characters are still living when we last see them, they are never spoken of or referenced. Jason Bourne 2016 48 of 50 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Jeremy Renner’s character, Aaron Cross, will not be in this new Bourne film, but he will have his sequel in 2018. Jason Bourne 2016 228 of 256 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

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Goofs: Factual errors: When Jason arrives in London in an Audi A4 the steering wheel is on the left hand side. Jason Bourne 2016 In the UK the cars have steering wheel on the right hand side.

Jason Bourne (2016) Plot: The CIA’s most dangerous former operative is drawn out of hiding to uncover more explosive truths about his past. Jason Bourne 2016 Full summary » »

Jason Bourne (2016) Story: Jason Bourne is again being hunted by the CIA. Jason Bourne 2016 It begins when Nicky Parson a former CIA operative who helped Bourne who then went under and now works with a man who’s a whistle blower and is out to expose the CIA’s black ops. Jason Bourne 2016 So Nicky hacks into the CIA and downloads everything on all their Black Ops including Treadstone which Bourne was a part of. Jason Bourne 2016 And Heather Lee, a CIA agent discovers the hack and brings it to the attention of CIA Director Dewey, the man behind the Black Ops. Jason Bourne 2016 He then orders Parsons be found and hopefully Bourne too. Jason Bourne 2016 Written

Jason Bourne (2016) Synopsis: The film starts with a brief recap of David Webb (Matt Damon) when he first joined Treadstone, going into his training to become an assassin and into his new life as the Jason Bourne. Jason Bourne 2016 After exposing Blackbriar (in ‘the Bourne Ultimatum’), Bourne has been hiding out in Greece for the past eight years. Jason Bourne 2016 He engages in hand-to-hand combat with other men. Jason Bourne 2016 One man he takes on gets knocked out in one punch.

In Iceland, Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) goes to a secure location with other hackers and whistleblowers. Jason Bourne 2016 She gets into the CIA’s mainframe servers and uploads a virus onto it. Jason Bourne 2016 Simultaneously in Langley at CIA headquarters, Heather Lee (Alicia Vikander), the head of the Cyber Ops Division, sees what’s going on and reports it to her superiors. Jason Bourne 2016 As Heather tries to fix the problem, Nicky discovers classified files on the CIA’s programs, starting with Treadstone. Jason Bourne 2016 It contains previously unknown information regarding Bourne, as well as his father, Richard Webb (Gregg Henry). Jason Bourne 2016 It turns out that the CIA has been trying to keep surveillance on Bourne. Jason Bourne 2016 Nicky gets what she needs and burns the evidence.

Meanwhile, Heather speaks to CIA director Robert Dewey (Tommy Lee Jones) about the situation. Jason Bourne 2016 They discover that this involves Bourne. Jason Bourne 2016 Dewey fears that Bourne could jeopardize their latest program, Ironhand. Jason Bourne 2016 He contacts a former Blackbriar operative known only as The Asset (Vincent Cassel). Jason Bourne 2016 He holds a personal grudge against Bourne, considering him a traitor for leaving the program and outing their actions to the world. Jason Bourne 2016 Dewey orders The Asset to go after Bourne. Jason Bourne 2016 He agrees, then goes back to killing his previous target.

Nicky finds Bourne in Greece as people are rioting in the streets. Jason Bourne 2016 She informs him of what she’s found out and how she can help him. Jason Bourne 2016 The Asset finds both of them and sets up his rifle to kill them. Jason Bourne 2016 Bourne takes a motorcycle and rides away with Nicky down the streets. Jason Bourne 2016 They don’t get far as The Asset’s bullet strikes Nicky, causing them to swerve and hit a wall, leaving Nicky in the street. Jason Bourne 2016 Bourne crawls away to try and cover her. Jason Bourne 2016 He barely makes a move, and The Asset hits Nicky with a fatal bullet, but not before she tosses Bourne a key. Jason Bourne 2016 Nicky dies, and Bourne is left with regret.

The next scene shows a convention being held for a program called Deep Dream, with its founder Aaron Kalloor (Riz Ahmed) being one of the main guests to speak. Jason Bourne 2016 Deep Dream is meant to be a social media program intended to give consumers the utmost privacy in their activities and businesses, but Kalloor has been secretly working with Dewey and the CIA. Jason Bourne 2016 Dewey wants to use Deep Dream for surveillance purposes through Ironhand, which Kalloor is not comfortable with.

Bourne takes the key to a train station where he finds a safe box containing more classified information. Jason Bourne 2016 He is led to meet with her former associate Christian Dassault (Vinzenz Kiefer) in Berlin. Jason Bourne 2016 With Christian’s help, Bourne views files that reveal that his father had been involved with the CIA and Treadstone. Jason Bourne 2016 This triggers memories in Bourne’s head on the last day that he saw Richard. Jason Bourne 2016 He claimed that he had to leave his son to take care of something. Jason Bourne 2016 Before he finds out anything else, Bourne is forced to flee once again.

Heather talks her superiors into letting her speak to Bourne so that she can personally bring him in. Jason Bourne 2016 Dewey hopes to use whatever Bourne has just learned into having him return to the program.

Bourne goes to London and meets with a former CIA agent/Treadstone associate named Malcolm Smith (Bill Camp). Jason Bourne 2016 Heather and some of her operatives are nearby in Paddingston Square, while The Asset is moving in on Bourne. Jason Bourne 2016 From Smith, Bourne learns that he was under surveillance for recruitment after Richard decided to abandon Treadstone and expose the CIA’s dealings. Jason Bourne 2016 Richard was killed, with his death set up to look like a terrorist attack and being the incentive for Bourne to join in the first place. Jason Bourne 2016 Soon, The Asset starts to go after Bourne. Jason Bourne 2016 The Asset shoots and kills Smith, and Bourne flees. Jason Bourne 2016 Bourne recognizes The Asset as his father’s true killer.

Bourne disappears into the crowd, but Heather finds him. Jason Bourne 2016 She wants to help him get rid of Dewey, even though her reason is so she can take his job. Jason Bourne 2016 Heather helps Bourne get past immigration to their next stop.

A convention is held in Las Vegas for Deep Dream, with Dewey and Kalloor being the main guests. Jason Bourne 2016 The Asset is getting ready to kill Kalloor, as Dewey had planned since Kalloor intends to expose Ironhand. Jason Bourne 2016 Bourne finds The Asset and intervenes. Jason Bourne 2016 Kalloor gets shot, but non-fatally. Jason Bourne 2016 Bourne moves on to find Dewey and confront him for all the lies that he’s been fed. Jason Bourne 2016 Dewey says Bourne won’t find peace until he admits to himself who he really is. Jason Bourne 2016 Dewey is about to shoot Bourne, but Heather arrives and shoots Dewey dead.

Bourne pursues The Asset as the villain hijacks a police van. Jason Bourne 2016 The police follow the van while Bourne takes his own path to track down The Asset. Jason Bourne 2016 A chase ensues down the Vegas strip, with The Asset plowing through a number of cars on the street. Jason Bourne 2016 Bourne drives fast and high enough to slam into the van. Jason Bourne 2016 The Asset runs for it, but Bourne corners him in a tunnel. Jason Bourne 2016 They engage in a brutal fight, ending with Bourne breaking The Asset’s neck.

Kalloor recovers from his wound and continues to do his work, and he is more than likely going to blow the lid off Ironhand’s work.

In Washington, Heather meets with the Deputy Director to discuss what Dewey had done, as well as the opportunity to start anew, with her being promoted to his former position. Jason Bourne 2016 She still intends to bring Bourne in herself. Jason Bourne 2016 Heather meets with Bourne and tries to talk him into going with her, but he instead tells her he will think about it. Jason Bourne 2016 When Heather goes back to her car, she finds a recorder that shows Bourne filmed her whole conversation with the Deputy Director, leaving her pissed.

In the final shot, Bourne walks away down through the park as the song “Extreme Ways” plays over the end credits.

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  • Chris Carreras known as co-producer
  • Matt Damon known as producer
  • Gregory Goodman known as producer
  • Paul Greengrass known as producer
  • Doug Liman known as executive producer
  • Amy Lord known as executive producer
  • Frank Marshall known as producer
  • Helen Medrano known as associate producer
  • Henry Morrison known as executive producer
  • Colin J. Jason Bourne 2016 O’Hara known as executive producer
  • Christopher Rouse known as executive producer
  • Ben Smith known as producer
  • Jennifer Todd known as executive producer
  • Jeffrey M. Jason Bourne 2016 Weiner known as producer
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  • Matt Damon known as Jason Bourne
  • Tommy Lee Jones known as CIA Director Robert Dewey
  • Alicia Vikander known as Heather Lee
  • Vincent Cassel known as Asset
  • Julia Stiles known as Nicky Parsons
  • Riz Ahmed known as Aaron Kalloor
  • Ato Essandoh known as Craig Jeffers
  • Scott Shepherd known as Director NI Edwin Russell
  • Bill Camp known as Malcolm Smith
  • Vinzenz Kiefer known as Christian Dassault
  • Stephen Kunken known as Baumen
  • Ben Stylianou known as Greek Van Driver
  • Kaya Yuzuki known as Hacker
  • Matthew O’Neill known as Lead Hub Tech (as Matthew O’Neil)
  • Lizzie Phillips known as Cyber Hub Tech
  • Paris Stangl known as Athens Alpha Agent
  • Matt Blair known as Hub Tech
  • Amy De Bhrún known as Hub Tech
  • Akie Kotabe known as Hub Tech
  • Robin Crouch known as Hub Tech
  • Joe Kennard known as Athens Bravo Agent
  • Miguel Alves-Khan known as Athens Bravo Agent
  • Gregg Henry known as Richard Webb
  • Robert Stanton known as Government Lawyer
  • Duran Fulton Brown known as London Alpha Agent
  • Charles Jarman known as London Bravo Agent
  • Jay Vincent Diaz known as Immigration Officer
  • Richard Nunez known as CIA Security Detail
  • Sonny Robertson known as CIA Security Detail
  • James Dormuth known as CIA Security Detail
  • Dexter Emery known as CIA Security Detail
  • Jorge Luis Alvarez known as Las Vegas Event Organizer
  • Ava Katharina Maria Hoeller known as Las Vegas Hotel Receptionist
  • Shane Williams known as Kalloor’s Aria Security
  • Frank Roskowski known as Loading Dock Security
  • Johnny Cicco known as Bradley Samuels
  • Martin Daniel Latham known as Dewey’s CIA Agent
  • Trevor White known as Senior Agent Collier
  • Sasha Larkin known as Las Vegas Police
  • Barrie Brown known as Las Vegas Police
  • Stuart Jeffrey Cram known as Las Vegas Vendor
  • Brian Duda known as Las Vegas Security Guard
  • Jesse M. Jason Bourne 2016 Cooper known as CIA Hub Agent
  • Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro known as Greek Demostrator
  • Andrew Dunkelberger known as Squatter / Cyberhub Hacker
  • Jauhara Jivanji known as CIA Agent
  • Bobby Akers known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Hugo Alonzo known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Griffin Andrews known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Angel known as ExoCon Photographer / Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Jozef Aoki known as Japanese Hacker (uncredited)
  • Sarah Armstrong known as Tattoo (uncredited)
  • Robert-Anthony Artlett known as Office Worker (uncredited)
  • Lasco Atkins known as Conference Attendee (uncredited)
  • Alphonso Austin known as Las Vegas Squatter (uncredited)
  • Martin Ballantyne known as Commuter (uncredited)
  • Dolly Ballea known as Pedestrian / Café Customer (uncredited)
  • Tim Baros known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Greg Benoit known as Hotel Chef (uncredited)
  • Tom Bonello known as High Roller / Driver (uncredited)
  • Charles-Jean Boucher known as Cyber Technician (uncredited)
  • Allen Bracken known as Black Tie Guest (uncredited)
  • Vin’Cenzo Burgess known as Entourage (uncredited)
  • Anthony Burkhalter known as Traveler (uncredited)
  • Hunter Cannistraci known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Lenisa Ann Careaga known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Nicole Chauvet known as High Roller / Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Shin-Fei Chen known as Cyber Technician (uncredited)
  • Jeannine Comeau known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Constance Consola known as ExoCon Vendor / Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Angel Contreras known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Alexander Cooper known as City Worker (uncredited)
  • Graig Couton known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Lisamarie Cowan known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Roger Julian Cross known as ExoCon Conventioneer / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Graham Curry known as City Worker (uncredited)
  • Darlene Dalmaceda known as Casino Patron / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Christine de Lota known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Jody Deats known as Bus Passenger (uncredited)
  • Steven I. Jason Bourne 2016 Dillard known as Media Photographer (uncredited)
  • Nick Donald known as Security gaurd (uncredited)
  • Timothy Skyler Dunigan known as Cab Driver (uncredited)
  • Paul Edney known as Las Vegas Cab Driver (uncredited)
  • Barbara Edwards known as Business Woman (uncredited)
  • Heiko Effenberger known as Tourist (uncredited)
  • Aaron Egawa known as Casino Guest & Black Tie (uncredited)
  • Daniel Eghan known as Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited)
  • Clara Emanuel known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Ricardo Ewert known as Tourist (uncredited)
  • Dino Fazzani known as Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited)
  • Nathan Ferguson known as Dream Staff (uncredited)
  • Joseph D Fisher known as Deep Dream Staff (uncredited)
  • Ellie Fox known as Officer Jones (uncredited)
  • Neve Gachev known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Alexander Garganera known as Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
  • Michael Garvey known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Nicholas George known as U.S. Jason Bourne 2016 Airman Chavez (uncredited)
  • Gladis Giada known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Alex Gillison known as Driver (uncredited)
  • Philip Greene known as Jogger (uncredited)
  • Adam Gregory known as Flight Attendant (uncredited)
  • Shane Griffin known as Buinessman (uncredited)
  • Guna Gultniece known as Businesswoman (uncredited)
  • Kevin Hager known as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Phillip Allen Hall III known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Brad Hamerly known as Deep Dream Staff (uncredited)
  • Yumiko Hanasaka known as Business Woman (uncredited)
  • Jeanette Hatlestad known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Michael Haydon known as City Worker (uncredited)
  • John Heartstone known as Cyberhub Tech (uncredited)
  • David Hershwitzky known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Jamie Hodge known as Jogger (uncredited)
  • Cassandra Hodges known as Office Worker (uncredited)
  • Yusuf Hofri known as Boy (uncredited)
  • Ken Holliday known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Oliver Hollingdale known as Athens Spectator (uncredited)
  • Kornelia Horvath known as City Worker (uncredited)
  • Romulus Hotea known as Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited)
  • Earl Vincent Sherwood II known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Jahmilla Jackson known as Slot Machine Player (uncredited)
  • Bron James known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Kyle James known as CFO’s Personal Assistant (uncredited)
  • Natasha Jenssen known as Greek Protester (uncredited)
  • Jemarko Jones known as Conventioneer / Dishwasher (uncredited)
  • Mark Justice known as SWAT Leader (uncredited)
  • KaiCarra known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Lampros Kalfuntzos known as Greek Protester (uncredited)
  • Attila G. Jason Bourne 2016 Kerekes known as City Worker (uncredited)
  • Kyle Kesterson known as Drone Operator (uncredited)
  • Marat Khairoullin known as Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited)
  • Kaveh Khatiri known as Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
  • Slim Khezri known as Exocon Attendee (uncredited)
  • Elle van Knoll known as Press Member (uncredited)
  • Steven Krasner known as Casino Slots Changer (uncredited)
  • Ben Laumann known as German Hacker (uncredited)
  • Vivian Yoon Lee known as Executive Assistant (Deep Dream) (uncredited)
  • Kamil Lemieszewski known as Greek Protestant (uncredited)
  • Matthew Leonhart known as Conference attendee (uncredited)
  • David Ae Levy known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Raul Limon known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Frank Lui Geo known as ExoCon Philanthropist (uncredited)
  • Rob Marchitti known as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Maria Marra known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Garry Marriott known as Paramedic (uncredited)
  • Alex Martin known as Athens Bravo Agent (uncredited)
  • Jason Matthewson known as Entourage (uncredited)
  • Stephanie McIntyre known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Amelie McKendry known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Neal McNeil known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Addyson Medley known as Hacker (uncredited)
  • Andy Mihalache known as Businessman City Worker (uncredited)
  • Anthony Molinari known as Cop 2 (uncredited)
  • Robb Moon known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Paul A Munday known as Passerby (uncredited)
  • Ashley Nicole Murray known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Celina Nessa known as Tourist (uncredited)
  • Emily Ng known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Brodi Nicholas known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Jason Novak known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Emeson Nwolie known as Businessman (uncredited)
  • Lisa Nygard-Pugh known as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Angelo Olivier known as Media and Rioter (uncredited)
  • Sarah Ospina known as Exocon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Frances Rose Padunan known as Airport Passenger (uncredited)
  • B.J. Jason Bourne 2016 Parker known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Mac Pietowski known as Office Interior (uncredited)
  • Dean Preston known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Damon Proctor known as Convention Attendee (uncredited)
  • Jon Prophet known as CIA Worker (uncredited)
  • Abigail Rich known as Las Vegas Showgirl (uncredited)
  • Lovell Richards known as City Worker (uncredited)
  • Jarrett Ricker known as Goon (uncredited)
  • Joan Riegert known as Black Tie Guest (uncredited)
  • Brian Robak known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Belen Rosenberg known as ExoCon Attendee (uncredited)
  • Andre Rutherford known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Shane Santos known as ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Lani Sarem known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Kaleigh Saunders known as Conference Attendee (uncredited)
  • Nicolas Savidis-Macris known as Fight Spectator (uncredited)
  • Mark Sawtelle known as Bus Passenger / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Adonis Simmons known as Tech Convention Participant (uncredited)
  • Tina Simmons known as Businesswoman (uncredited)
  • Neil Alexander Smith known as Bare Knuckle Fight Punter (uncredited)
  • Eric Sparks known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Richard Stanley known as Casino / Athens Protester (uncredited)
  • Phil Stillerman known as Convention Photojournalist and Exhibitor (uncredited)
  • Elicia Stokes Navarro known as Conventioneer (uncredited)
  • Alyx Stone known as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Aaron Strong known as ExoCon Goon (uncredited)
  • Georgie-May Tearle known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Paul Terry known as Bare Knuckle Fight Punter (uncredited)
  • Tony Toste known as CIA Agent (uncredited)
  • Michael A. Jason Bourne 2016 Tushaus known as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Cedric Tylleman known as Athenian (uncredited)
  • Vassiliki Tzanakou known as Athenian Passerby (uncredited)
  • Luke Van Bergen known as Deep Dream Staff (uncredited)
  • Tony Vivio known as Casino Patron (uncredited)
  • Sheila Vossough known as Cocktail Waitress (uncredited)
  • Jack Waggon known as Precision Driver (uncredited)
  • Nick Walters known as CIA Worker (uncredited)
  • Marla Aaron Wapner known as DC Diner (uncredited)
  • Don Whatley known as Secret Service (uncredited)
  • LaFonda Whitehead known as Tech Convention Participant (uncredited)
  • Chris Wolfe known as Deep Dream Staff (uncredited)
  • Andie Ximenes known as Clean Cut Man (uncredited)
  • Alexander Yassin known as Malaysian Tourist (uncredited)



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  1. A_Different_Drummer from North America says:

    Actually reviews are not supposed to be based on wishful thinking.

    Nonetheless for those members who gave this a high rating more out offrustration than anything else, I do feel your pain.

    The original Bourne trilogy was not merely good, it was superb. As atop reviewer here with some 1200 reviews under my belt I said more thanonce that the original was the best spy trilogy I had ever seen and Iam unashamed of the fact that I have seen each film in that series fouror five times since original release. They are an adrenaline rush, theperfect mix of story, form, and effect.

    Even 2012’s Bourne Legacy — a feature where it was ever so clear thatDamon had been offered a fortune just to walk-on and smile at thecamera, but refused anyway — was a solid movie, great script, held theattention, and Renner did a great job.

    However, now that I have seen Jason Bourne 2016, I cannot help but wishthat Damon had agreed to participate in Legacy, rather than be luredback 4 years later for a part he clearly no longer likes, in aproduction he would rather not be in.

    I tend toward “purist” reviews, that is to say, I don’t really care WHYa film was made as much as I do about how entertaining is it to watch…?

    (That said, I have to “assume” that Damon broke his vow and came backsimply for the cash. And Greengrass agreed to take hold of the cameraone more time only if he could get a writing credit too. Ugh!)

    So, speaking of entertainment, there is almost none in this movie. Thescript is a mess. Written by the director for the clear purpose ofshowcasing his action and camera-work skills, there is no attempt tobuild connection from the top.

    The script is so bad that even viewers in love with the originaltrilogy — like this one — have to keep reminding themselves whoBourne is supposed to be, and what is supposed to motivate him.

    (Not to mention major plot holes here and there. Am I the only one whonoticed that the most WANTED MAN IN America attempted to enter customsunder his own name with no advance certainty that the computer would be”fixed” in time? Remember, from the second film in the series, this isa man who “never guesses and never makes mistakes.” Other thanaccepting to do this film, that is.)

    A good film makes the viewer feel good. The scientists call itendorphin production. This 120 minute endless chase, from the top ofthe movie to the ending, merely produces a caffeine buzz and sets yournerves on edge. Yes, Greengrass can use this production in his ownpersonal highlight reel to showcase his moving camera skills. But hiswriting skills? Not so much.

    Tommy Lee Jones delivers possibly the most superficial performance ofhis excellent career and the money he was offered cannot begin to makeup for the indignity of the closeups.

    Newcomer Alicia Vikander acquits herself well. Then again, she is anewbie with a whole string of good movies ahead of her, career-wise,whereas the actors in this film seemed more interested in taking themoney … and running.

    Finally, dear reader, before you start to monkey-hammer the NOT USEFULkey — which has somehow morphed into an I Don’t AGREE key — I willadd that the variance between the score here and the score on RottenTomatos is the widest I have ever seen for a major release. Over at RT,this mess barely made 60%. Here at IMDb, the “fans” just can’t seem toget enough…?

  2. angelccampoamor from United States says:

    The last Borne entry is just OK. Summer entertainment movie, no more,no less. On the bad side: The script is pointless and tricky, AliciaVikander sounds really like a bad actress and the fist fights arepoorly staged. But the worst problem here is the direction: one getsreally tired of that shaky camera. I watched the movie from the 5th rowof the Multiplex (escaping form the pop’corn munchies) and 5 minutesinto the movie I was feeling dizzy alright. I cannot imagine what couldbe the effect of watching it from the first or second row.

    Just two more objections: Can anyone tell me what car is Bourne drivingin the final chase? I definitely want that brand, as it seems kind ofunbreakable after all it goes through!! (even if it has a majordrawback: air-bags don’t seem to work at all). And the last one:Really??? Can a SWAT truck do that??? C’mon, guys!! You really stressedout my suspension of disbelief muscles with that!!!

  3. ctowyi from Singapore says:

    Jason Bourne wants so hard to believe in its own supremacy, forces anultimatum of thrills and spills, but ultimately lacks identity.

    The original trilogy still stands out as one of the most intelligentpost-Cold War spy action thrillers and it mostly succeeded in being thelast word in the genre. Its huge success and relevance also gave theBond franchise a big wake-up call. Amnesia-assassin Bourne is the realthang!

    So 9 years later, Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon decided it isopportune time to inject a dose of Bourne-adrenaline and his extremeways into us. The only problem is that instead of innovation andreinvention, it serves up last night’s fried rice paradise. Oneshouldn’t mess with paradise! Greengrass regurgitates out plot pointsfrom the three predecessors. From Operation Threadstone to OperationBlackbriar, we get yet another black-ops organisation called Ironhandthat wants to stay hidden and will whack anyone to Kingdom Come toprevent its knowledge from getting out. It once again exploits Bourne’samnesia as he glimpses yet another piece of his jigsaw mind-puzzle. Weget the same old CIA foggies uttering “Where’s Bourne?” and everyonewearing pained expressions as Bourne evades everyone in Athens, Berlin,London and Las Vegas. We get yet again a woman who thinks she know bestbut Alicia Vikander has none of the gravitas of Joan Allen because sheis too young to be convincing.

    The screenplay does offer up an promising post-Snowden scenario but itstill feels a little too familiar. These issues aside the movie isstill a pulsating ride. The pace is relentless and Damon’s taciturnBourne still represents a driving force of reckoning. The spycraft andaction set-pieces ooze uber-coolness and you will want to see it againjust to catch how they did it. However I have one major complaint – Iabsolutely abhor the schizophrenic editing and jumpy hand-held shots.The camera never stays still for more than two seconds for you tomarvel at the fight choreography and the vehicle mayhem-chases. In mybook, hand-held shots coupled with split-second cuts are the cheapesttype of cheat codes in action thrillers. With these type of cinematictrickery anybody can be a martial arts exponent and a world-class spy.No class.

    This is a good dish of leftovers. It may harken you back to the days ofthe original trilogy but it never truly pushes the character to a newfrontier re-examining his psychological state. In the end, a dish ofleftovers will still serve its purpose, especially when you arefamished.

  4. elboy from United Kingdom says:

    How do you make Bourne boring? The original film is probably one of myfavourite films. This one however, I just found myself rolling my eyesevery few minutes especially during the first 30 minutes. After about1.5 hours I had given up and was just waiting for it to finish.

    When are these film makers going to stop it with the totallyunbelievable computer hacking rubbish? In one scene they execute aprogram by typing “run predictive algorithm”. In another scene, theyspot someone on a surveillance camera and the female character actuallysays “enhance”. Come on! How cliché. What is this, the 1980’s??

    It isn’t total and utter crap. It is as well made as the other Bournefilms, except for that annoying, erratic fight scene camera work thatseems to be in every action film at the moment, So you can’t actuallysee what is going on. It has some OK action scenes but they do nothingto make it interesting. Nothing really happens. The plot is weak andthe film is just plain boring. And I’m a fan of the trilogy! (Not theodd number 4 film which incidentally is better than this)

    Matt Damon is as good as he can be I suppose. Tommy Lee Jones, who Ilike as an actor, doesn’t really bring anything to the film because hischaracter is boring as well. I just can’t help but feel they cashed inand made another one without really caring if it was any good or not asthey knew everyone (me included) would go and watch it because all theothers are so good!

  5. hubertinnovation says:

    The Bourne franchise started with “The Bourne Identity” back in 2002,continued with “The Bourne Supremacy” in 2004 followed by “The BourneUltimatum” in 2007. I do not consider “The Bourne Legacy”(2012) part ofthis franchise because Matt Damon didn’t take part in it and because ithas much lower quality in script and filming. “The Bourne Identity”wasone of the best action movies I had seen at the time and it really madean impression on me. The sequels were almost as good as the original,although they didn’t have the same vibe. I will not go into detailsabout this year’s film since I don’t want to spoil your fun. If youenjoyed the previous “Bourne” movies you will find “Jason Bourne” atleast entertaining.

    About the 2016 movie “Jason Bourne”, it is an American movie directedby Paul Greengrass(director of “The Bourne Supremacy” and “The BourneUltimatum”)based on a script by Greengrass and Cristopher Rouse, it hada budget of $120.000.000 which definitely paid off in the moviequality. The movie has a solid cast(Matt Damon, Tommy Lee Jones, AliciaVikander), good plot, not so good script, no cliché lines, greataction/visual effects, it has common sense and it does not defy logiclike most action movies do. “Jason Bourne” definitely lives up to theexpectations. In this movie we have Jason Bourne knowing who heactually is, cured of amnesia, and battling an even larger enemy thanbefore. There are car chases, well choreographed fightscenes,shootouts,explosions and everything else you would want from anaction movie. Even though we are used to seeing Jason Bourne beingchased by a government agency we still love it. Unfortunately, thismovie has a weak script and plot holes, it is far from the quality ofthe “Bourne” trilogy. “Jason Bourne” still is one of the best moviesreleased this year and I would confidently give it a 8.0/10.

    I have watched over 1200 movies and this one is for sure a good one. Iadvise you to go watch “Jason Bourne”, you sure will enjoy it!

    This review may be altered by the fact that I am a “Bourne” fan.

  6. themadmovieman from United Kingdom says:

    The original Bourne trilogy of Identity, Supremacy and Ultimatum werebrilliant displays in effective storytelling and great action. JasonBourne, however, isn’t quite as proficient in both of those areas. Onthe one hand, it’s action-packed to the brim, and provides for a hugelyentertaining watch, but on the other, it’s a disappointment as far asbringing yet another intriguing and truly thrilling mystery to life isconcerned.

    Let’s start on the bright side, however, with the action. PaulGreengrass does yet another sterling job at directing some hugelyexciting action sequences (including a thrilling chase in Athens thatharks back to Ultimatum’s Tangier chase), and in tandem with yetanother excellent performance by Matt Damon as Jason Bourne himself,the action is definitely the best part of this film.

    Where the story lacks, Jason Bourne more often than not gives you someinsane action to revel at. Sure, it’s not the work of storytellinggeniuses, but if you’re the sort of person who can turn their brain offfor two hours and watch wall-to-wall action and explosions, then thisfilm will have you in dreamland. It’s not a Michael Bay movie, andGreengrass’ style lends a lot to making more vibrant action sequences,but there’s no doubt that fans of big action will love this film.

    On the whole, I did enjoy this film, and I was able to recognise itsflaws and just watch it as a big blockbuster. However, I can’t escapefeeling disappointed at the film’s total failure to tell as intriguinga story as the first three films in the series.

    The enthralling mysteries and gradual revelations about Jason Bourne’spast were what really separated this series from any other spythriller. In this movie, however, everything felt a lot more generic,with a much bigger emphasis on action than clever storytelling andpatient, gradual character and plot development. Unfortunately, it’sthat that makes Jason Bourne look pale in comparison to the originaltrilogy, and those who are expecting yet another engrossing andintelligent thriller will certainly be disappointed.

    That said, there are bright moments in the story too. It’s not ahorrifically dull film, and there are a few details that relate rightthe way back to The Bourne Identity. What’s more is that Matt Damon,Alicia Vikander and Tommy Lee Jones all put in very strong performancesto add a degree of gravitas to what is in truth a very clichéd andrepetitive story, which was good to see.

    Overall, I am disappointed by Jason Bourne, in that it doesn’t manageto tell such an enthralling and intelligent mystery as the series’original trilogy, but its top-quality action and strong directing andperformances still allowed me to have a lot of fun for two hours.

  7. Goran S from Sweden says:

    This movie made me want to leave after one hour, and kill myself after2 hours. I am a huge Bourne fan I was very exited for Matt Damonsreturn to the Bourne franchise. Also there was fresh face of AliciaVikander and not so fresh face of Tommy Lee Jones and Vincent Cassel asthe bad guy so what can go wrong? Well it turns out if you have ahorrible script, plot that only a person who wears helmet indoors canconsider exiting you are left with the biggest disappointment in thecinema this year.

    Spoiler alert everybody! Jason Bourne walks for 2 hours, sometimes heremembers things sometimes he doesn’t – the end.

    So to conclude : Do not see this movie! I had to watch the trilogy thenext morning just to get over the disappointment of the new JasonBourne.

  8. dimeconcac says:

    Any true fan of Jason Bourne knows Matt Damon said that the next Bourneafter Ultimatum should be named The Bourne Redundancy. He was right!The story line is stupid and lazy. The directing is also lazy. Thespecial effects are good. Bourne is no longer a meticulous planner, hisactions are ridiculously reckless and would make you wonder WTH !!!!!The technology used by the CIA is fantasy technology imagined by thekind of people who don’t know anything about technology or evenscience, you would probably laugh at the programming language used bythe CIA in the first few minutes of the movie, and it only gets moreridiculous from there. This movie also serves as a advertising tool forsome very wealthy and infamous businesses, and those scenes showing thebusiness names are so painfully long and awkward. The story line alsohas to serve those special interests.Go see it and you’ll know exactlywhat I’m talking about. In general, don’t waste your time, otherpeople’s time, and money to see this piece of junk.

  9. FC from Ottawa, ON says:

    Lacklustre story line lacking intelligence, dialogue, and characterdevelopment.

    I am a big fan of the franchise and my expectations may have been toohigh for this sequel. Was hoping for same kind of substance and keptwaiting for something impressively unexpected, like previous. Legacywas a better film. Even fight scenes and car chases from all previoushad a different “feel” than typical action films, but formula madethese redundant and confusing, not fun like others. The predictableplot had me thinking, hoping for intelligent twist that did not happen.It’s a good rental I suppose.

  10. iliyanyankov says:

    I’ve seen the other reviews of Jason Bourne and I am starting toquestion my own judgement, maybe I am too biased to write a review forthis title. But I can’t help it as I absolutely hated the movie. And Ihated it after I had low expectations for the latest title, since Iheard Tony Gilroy wasn’t involved in the script.

    The story is atrocious, I realize that it is supposed to set the basicsfor another 15 Bourne movies, but the story is so bad that they decidedto overcompensate for it with prolonged action scenes, which are justterrible. It reeks of desperation to watch nothing happens for so longperiods, just throwing dust in the eyes of the viewers with effects andlow quality action. I realize that this goes beyond Ludlum books, butGreengrass is pretty much willing to do anything to fill the movie,other than to continue with the traditions of the original Bourneseries known for Ludlum’s excellent story-telling and spy- craftrealism.

    The fight scenes, they’re just terrible. Too fast camera shifting, evenmore than previous Bourne series, leaves you thinking that those actorsare good for nothing amateurs who can’t act a fight scene, so you needto make sure the viewer never really sees it.

    I loved the first 3 movies, even liked the Bourne legacy, and I adorethe books. But this movie is so bad, that it shouldn’t be even putanywhere near them. The acting is good, the story is bad and thedirecting is just painful.

    And btw, when you’re doing realism spy thrillers, don’t make hackinglook like a freaking Pokemon hunt. It’s just pathetic and unbelievable.Go watch Mr. Robot and think again how hard would be to present the”hacking” with at least proper interfaces instead of embarrassingyourself.

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