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  • The journalist has gathered valuable information, which places a lot of pressure on the US government and the CIA who decide to protect their interests at any cost
  • Returning to the cast is Julia Stiles as Nicky Parsons who raises some interesting side stories, which unfortunately remain, rather unanswered
  • The Bourne Ultimatum combines a great cast with a very aesthetically pleasing experience - stunning - though don't expect it to follow the plot of the book it is derived from

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      Ex-CIA agent Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is being hunted, again, by the people at the CIA, who initially trained him. Like in the two films preceding The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason Bourne is still suffering from amnesia and determined to understand his past and how it came to existence.

      Since he was discovered floating in the Mediterranean Sea several years ago, Bourne has sought to learn who taught him how to kill and under what circumstance. The Bourne Ultimatum takes place not long after where The Bourne Supremacy ended. Still grieving


      from the murder of his girlfriend Marie, Bourne decides to disappear and try to forget about his previous life. However, a story in a UK newspaper that speculates about Bourne’s existence and about the organization within the CIA that created him entangles Bourne and he ends up being hunted again.

      Bourne is lured out of hiding to contact a journalist named Simon Ross (Paddy Considine), who has been following his story. The journalist has gathered valuable information, which places a lot of pressure on the US government and the CIA ...


      • who decide to protect their interests at any cost.

        CIA Agent Pamela Landy (Joan Allen) is brought into the CIA search team to locate Bourne but quickly disagrees with her colleagues. In order to finally learn of his true origins, Bourne bounds across the world - a total of seven countries on three continents.

        What a fresh and fine end to an exciting trilogy! The Bourne Ultimatum thrusts you into Jason Bourne’s life from the opening credits and you rarely want to blink until the lights come up. Not a fan

        of The Bourne Supremacy, I was pleasantly surprised by the ever innovative approach to action and suspense in Bourne’s final instalment.

        Returning to the cast is Julia Stiles as Nicky Parsons who raises some interesting side stories, which unfortunately remain, rather unanswered. Among other notable actors are David Strathairn (from “Good Night And Good Luck”) and the great Albert Finney. The Bourne Ultimatum combines a great cast with a very aesthetically pleasing experience - stunning - though don’t expect it to follow the plot of the book it is derived from.




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