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Reviewed by Monkeyreviewerman from the Hollywood Jungle on 26 March 2006
247 of 465 people found the following review helpful:
A single rung on the ladder down is the best description of this movie. I honestly only bought this movie to fill in my current Bourne collection and that it's cheaper. Honestly not a bad follow-up to the series (the 3rd and final chapter will be the Bourne Ultimatum), but you have to watch it more than once to truly start appreciating it. I'd say that this is the unfortunate "filler" of the series. Not the surprising beginning or the suspense-filled end, but merely a stopgap between the two big ones.
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Reviewed by Tarryn from Durban,South Africa on 13 April 2011
17 of 35 people found the following review helpful:
Two years ago, Jason Bourne thought he had walked away from his past. But now, his past is about to return. Bourne and Marie have maintained their anonymous, underground existence at the cost of permanence. Fueled by splintered nightmares and haunted by the past he cannot remember, Bourne moves Marie from city to city, trying to remain one step ahead of the threat implicit in every unexplained stranger's glance, every "wrong number" phone call -- that at any second, without any warning, he might get pulled back into the world he hopes he left behind. When an operative appears in the sleepy village that has been their latest home, Bourne and Marie collapse their lives and head out. His past at the door, their only chance now is to run. But once a line is crossed and the stakes in a new global game of cat-and-mouse are raised, the Jason Bourne created by Treadstone -- the covert, now dismantled operation that spawned cold-blooded, professional assassins -- returns. Two years ago, Bourne walked away from the deadly world that created him with a promise of retaliation should anyone attempt contact. Now that that world has indeed come calling, Bourne intends to keep his word. They should have left him alone