Movie Review: ‘The Bourne Legacy’ ‏

Just before “The Bourne Legacy” gets its game on, the franchise’s new face, played by Jeremy Renner, comes out of the Alaskan wilderness to

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  2. Fife Cars says:

    Tony Gilroy’s “Bourne Legacy” lacks the style and momentum of the previous ones which had a lot more action, better script, better characters and a better director. I really missed Jason Bourne throughout the movie who was very unique and had this amnesia which gave a mysterious touch to the previous movies. The movie made no sense right from the beginning. Everything happens too quickly and it had lots of similarities to the older films which made it a predictable plot. There wasn’t much challenge for Aaron Cross unlike Jason Bourne. We can’t get involved with the new characters emotionally even though Rachel Weisz gave a good performance. On the whole, the movie did not make much sense and the filmmakers were trying to make a re-boot mixed with sci-fi which I think was quite disappointing. And if they want to make another movie, they better get back Matt Damon who is surely missed by both fans and neutrals alike.

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