"They should have left him alone."
In my opinion, a great tagline. This movie is by far the best one of the trilogy, however, the movie does get more confusing as this film progresses. What makes things worse, I watched this trilogy out of order, so I am lost in terms of actual plot.
Despite this, I enjoyed almost every aspect of this movie. I like the fact that every scene is shot on location and not an imitation location like Hollywood North (sorry Toronto... when you see a TTC streetcar in the background of "New York" for example - it sucks). Combined this with good old fashioned choreographed fist fights and martial arts sequences... mixed in with some high octane car chase scenes... you have a great movie.
I am not a big fan of Matt Damon as an actor, but he has really found a niche with Bourne. He's the American James Bond... with a concussion of course. Probably a hybrid between Bond and Indiana Jones... not as smart though and definitely not good with the ladies.
I enjoyed many scenes of this film, especially those shot in Europe. It really gives you the old spy feel, something that was developed for many years since the 60's with Mission Impossible and the Avengers... although less cheesy.
I am looking forward to see what they do next with this storyline... hopefully, the producers do not get to greedy and make 5 or 6 of these films... there's only so many titles that they can use with Bourne. Pretty soon, you are going to get into Death Wish or Friday the 13th territory, and by then, you'll get titles like the "Who's Your Bourne?" or "Bourne VI - The Final Countdown."