Let me start off by saying I loved the original Bourne trilogy. Absolutely LOVED it.
I also love Matt Damon. Whether he's playing a good guy (Good Will Hunting), a bad guy (Interstellar), or a crazy-ass Angel of Death (Dogma), Damon can make me believe. In fact, I had hoped he'd be chosen to play James T. Kirk when Paramount rebooted the Star Trek movie franchise.
But the latest Bourne/Damon makes the worst faux pas a film can make. It was boring as hell. As in, I nearly fell asleep while watching it in the theater.
Oh, there's lots of flash and bang and fights and car chases.
And I've seen it all before in the previous three films.
I didn't even bother to put my normal SPOILERS warning in this review because THERE'S NOTHING TO SPOIL!
If you've seen the first three movies, all this is a montage of the crappy bits. Not even Tommy Lee Jones, as the primary villain, can redeem the retread writing or the stiff acting. And, dammit, this is the man who could redeem the hot mess that was Men in Black II.
So if you're a completest, and you really need to see this, wait until it hits Netflix for Amazon Prime Video. Seriously, don't waste your money.
Overall, I have to give Jason Bourne a 3 out of 10 stars.
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