Bourne Supremacy, The (2004)

They should have left him alone.

Original Title : Bourne Supremacy, The
Director : Paul Greengrass
Writer : Robert Ludlum
Tony Gilroy
Genre : Adventure
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Patrick Crowley , Matt Jackson , Doug Liman , Frank Marshall , Henning Molfenter , Henry Morrison , Colin J. O'Hara , Paul Sandberg , Andrew R. Tennenbaum
Music : John Powell
Photography : Oliver Wood
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for violence and intense action, and for brief language.
IMDB ID : 0372183
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¬Matt Damon Jason Bourne
¬Franka Potente Marie
¬Brian Cox Ward Abbott
¬Julia Stiles Nicky
¬Karl Urban Kirill
¬Gabriel Mann Danny Zorn
¬Joan Allen Pamela Landy
¬Marton Csokas Jarda
¬Tom Gallop Tom Cronin
¬John Bedford Lloyd Teddy
¬Ethan Sandler Kurt
¬Michelle Monaghan Kim
¬Karel Roden Gretkov
¬Tomas Arana Martin Marshall
¬Oksana Akinshina Irena Neski
¬Jevgenij Sitochin Mr. Neski (as Jevgeni Sitochin
¬Marina Weis-Burgaslieva Mrs. Neski
¬Tim Griffin John Nevins
¬Sean Smith Vic
¬Maxim Kovalevski Ivan
¬Patrick Crowley Jack Weller
¬Jon Collin Jarhead
¬Sam Brown Jarhead
¬Shane Sinutko Jarhead
¬Barnaby Smith CIA Techie (as Barnaby P. Smith Jr.
¬Dominique Chiout Waitress
¬Wanja Mues Night Clerk
¬Aleksei Shmarinov Moscow Taxi Driver (as Aleksey Shmarinov
¬Stefan Wolff-Sch√∂nburg Suspicious Cop (as Stephan Wolf-Schonburg
¬Olov Ludwig Market Security Guard
¬Keshav Nadkarni Mr. Mohan
¬Violetta Grafin Tarnowska Bronner Neski Neighbor
¬Aleksei Medvedev Young Cop
¬Aleksander Doobina 2nd Cop
¬Alexander Boyev 2nd Taxi Driver
¬Claudio Maniscalco Immigration Officer
¬Manfred Witt Doorman
¬Alexsei Trotsenko Vodka Police Passenger
¬Victoria Unikel Mercedes Driver
¬Oksana Semenova Mercedes Passenger
¬Vitalei Abdulov Volga Taxi Owner
¬Dirk Schoedon Berlin Taxi Driver
¬Ivan Shvedoff Moscow Policeman
¬Denis Burgazliev Moscow Policeman
¬Nick Wilder Delta C.O.


When a Chinese vice-premier is killed in a most suspicious manner, investigators consider the possibility that legendary assassin Jason Bourne may still be alive. However, the U.S. government knows the truth: there is no Jason Bourne. The name was used as a cover for American secret agent David Webb, who has since gone into retirement. Someone has taken the Bourne identity and used it to commit the assassination. Satisfied with not being involved in the case, Webb is pulled back into the game of spy versus spy when the woman he loves is suddenly torn from his life. Now, Webb reassumes the name Jason Bourne and uses his deadly talents to save the girl, take down a mysterious assassin and avoid detection in the high-stakes world of international espionage.


Born to be Bourne, but no supreme direction Greetings again from the darkness. I am a huge fan of the first Bourne movie and am now throughly convinced that Matt Damon was truly born to be Bourne. He has always appeared uncomfortable with being an actor (and definitely with being a movie star), so playing Jason Bourne is the perfect match. Bourne is uncomfortable, though, exceptional in most situations whether kicking the crap out of airport security or driving a cool little jeep through the streets of India. Bourne #2 delivers this exciting character into a world where both sides are against him - even his own side. What this one lacks is a great script and professional direction. Director Paul Greengrass seems clueless on shooting action scenes and we rarely know if we are looking at a kneecap, hubcap or ballcap. He seems intent on being stylish rather than capturing the essence of the action. This story was "based" on Ludlum's character and the story lacks any real spice. We know where it is headed the first time we see the meeting room with Joan Allen (at her usual ice queen level) and Brian Cox (delivering the best line in the movie - "puddle"). Franka Potente returns as Bourne's babe, though her screen time and lines are far too limited. On the other hand, Julia Stiles gets just enough with her 6 minutes. Karl Urban is an uber-cool bad guy, but of course, this is Matt Damon's film all the way. Some great scenery shots of the world's great cities, but alas, the direction and screenplay prevent this from being all it can be.
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