Monday, August 6, 2012

Review: The Bourne Ultimatum

Director: Paul Greengrass

Starring: Matt Damon

Year: 2007

Genre: Action/Adventure

Rated: PG-13

Length: 116 min.

IMDB Summary: Jason Bourne dodges a ruthless CIA official and his agents from a new assassination program while searching for the origins of his life as a trained killer.

With stellar acting, directing and stunt work, The Bourne Ultimatum proves to be a suspenseful, action-packed finish to the critically-acclaimed Bourne trilogy. This film explores the morality of Bourne's action is greater depth, thus strengthening him as a character. It also gives Joan Allen's character a more integral role, showcasing Allen's talent as an actress. Abounding with surprises, this movie begins and ends with a bang. It's clear that Greengrass saved the best for last. I highly recommend The Bourne Ultimatum.

For Parents:
There is some language, including religious terms, used by the CIA agents. A man dies from a gunshot wound to the head. Bourne suffocates an enemy hit man in the corner of a bathroom. But the violence in The Bourne Ultimatum is less graphic than the violence in the previous two.

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