The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
When a CIA operation to purchase classified Russian documents is blown by a rival agent, who then shows up in the sleepy seaside village where Bourne and Marie have been living. The pair run for their lives and Bourne, who promised retaliation should anyone from his former life attempt contact, is forced to once again take up his life as a trained assassin to survive.
The Worst Film Ever
The acting is good, and the firecracker script has some excellent ideas.
what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.
THE BOURNE SUPREMACY does exactly what was expected it to do: it delivers action and thrills in a magnificent way. Matt Damon's sharp portrayal of Jason Bourne proves to be a great plus for the film. The action sequences are much more than just brilliant/excellent: especially the masterfully crafted car chase with shaky-camera style which makes it one of the best of its kind. The mystery element also adds an enjoyable flavor to the proceedings. I don't know what else to say; this movie is just excellent and one of the best action thrillers of the century.
Jason Bourne's girlfriend gets killed. He swears to take revenge. Will he succeed or will he die trying? That's the story of this mindboggling energetic hardcore sequel. Acting is great, but much darker than in the first Bourne movie. Jason Bourne looks like a drug addict, with his dark eyes and pale white face. Matt Damon really did everything to make this performance feel like the last in the series. It wasnt. 3 more sequels would follow. But in this second performance Matt Damon excells in catatonic acting. You gotta see it to believe it. What I mean by catatonic acting is his depressed suicidal assasin look, which is very convincing. "The Bourne Supremacy" truly is hardcore stuff. The darkest and most energetic sequel in the entire series.Director Paul Greengrass restrained the use of the shaky cam in this sequel. Unfortunately he went overboard with that same shaky cam in the third Bourne movie. But in this movie the shaky cam really enhanced the feverishness of the action.Looking at the action, which is the main reason everyone wants to watch these movies, I really admire the exhilarating car chase. They dont come much better than this. This is truly feverish, exhilarating hardcore stuff. Editing, soundtrack and photography effortlessly blend into one contineous rampage of cars colliding into eachother. Action just does NOT stop. What a thrill. Mind you, there were no special effects during the car chase. No cgi, nothing. The real deal.The fight sequences were fascinating as well. Matt Damon uses an asian martial arts technique when he is fighting with nothing but just a rolled up magazine. Sounds soft? Not so, Matt Damon and his opposite actor tried it out on eachother before the take and were left with real life bruses. Following the bruises Damon even managed to accidentally knock out his opponent. This true to life portrayal of brutal chases and fight scenes really makes this sequel stand out.To summarize: YOU GOTTA SEE THIS. Acting is great, Action is great, Suspense is great, Soundtrack is great, Photography is great, Editing is great, Story is great. Really. I just cant enough of it!
The Bourne Supremacy is my favorite Bourne saga, but it's still not a movie I liked as much as I wanted, as I'm not a fan of the saga, but the film is better than the first, Paul Greengrass does a good direction, He is very competent in the directing scenes, and he manages to make the actors have good performances, especially Matt Damon who is always good as Jason Bourne, the script is also better, has fewer problems, and the rhythm of the movie is better, I thought The first one very tiring at times, the movie also has more action than the first one, and it's good, it has interesting dialogues, but it was not the movie that I expected, I thought some of Bourne would be on the list of my favorite action films , Unfortunately have passed away, but just like the first, many people will like. Note 7.3
Greetings from Lithuania."The Bourne Supremacy" (2004) was and still is a superb "Bourne" movie. Directed by the great Paul Greengrass is gave a roots to "hand held" action set pieces as well as this style overall. The first movie didn't had this that much. Story was involving and fast moving. Action scenes, especially a great chase sequence at the in Moskow still puts all "Fast & Furious" movies in to shame - amazing stunts, cinematography and editing puts right there in the actions and it always look plausible. Acting was very solid as well as overall movie craftsmanship.Overall, "The Bourne Supremacy" is a superb Bourne installment and movie overall. Superbly crafted, involving and plausible it still rocks.