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  • It is disgusting, but not amazing those federal government recruits would devote the taxpayer time, effort and dollars to cover their behinds, but as an employee of the federal government I can promise the viewer that it is not that far off base

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      The “Jason Bourne” series of spy movies has been an enormous attraction for Matt Damon who coolly travels through these films like a Tiger Shark waiting for his next prey. He is apparently always one step ahead of the espionage officials who look for him and one move quicker than the latest “asset” assigned to counterbalance him. It is disgusting, but not amazing those federal government recruits would devote the taxpayer

      time, effort and dollars to cover their behinds, but as an employee of the federal government I can promise the viewer that it is not that far off base.

      While I doubt a rogue agent would alarm them much, I do know that media contact of their exercise and methods would draw much rage from the public and heat from their superiors. Damon was made for the role because he creeps ...


      • assurance and fitness and brings a cruelty to his mission as Jason Bourne.

        Perhaps a bit too much hand-held made some of the act scenes a tad bit more puzzling for the viewer. This, whilst trying to strengthen realism, in fact prevents the viewer from suspending his or her distrust which is a precondition for a movie with a super-spy in it. In other words, if we, the spectators, with the

        “third person omniscient” point of view can barely follow the action, it becomes astonishing that Bourne, even with his super spy skills and instincts, could perhaps predict the actions of his friends and enemies.

        The crowed train station scene recalled the brilliant mall set-piece in “Minority Report” with Damon in the role of the “pre-cog” who could see the future or at least accurately predict the next move of his vengeance.




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