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1.)I recently decided to watch all five movies in the Jason Bourne franchise in the order they were released. This week I sat down to enjoy “Jason Bourne,” the last in the series. This film reunites its star, Matt Damon, and Paul Greengrass, the director of two previous Jason Bourne films. “Jason Bourne” includes among its fine starring cast Alicia Vikander, Tommy Lee Jones, Julia Stiles, Vincent Cassel, and Scott Shepherd.
2.)Jason Bourne resurfaces ten years after he was last seen jumping from the top of a building into the East River in New York City. He’s still searching for answers to who he is and how he was recruited into the CIA’s “Treadstone” black ops program. Now, with new information given him by former Agency operative Nicky Parsons, Bourne may finally get some answers. He soon finds himself pitted against an array of new enemies within the CIA, including the head of the Cyber Ops Division, an “Asset” with a grudge assigned to find him and kill him, and even the CIA Director himself
3.)Now that I’ve watched all five Jason Bourne films in sequence, it’s become clear to me just how formulaic this franchise has become over fifteen years. Each movie contains the following elements (not necessarily in any particular order): a confused, bemused protagonist on the run from unknown and unseen enemies; someone of senior rank within the CIA obsessively trying to kill him, usually by sending ruthless, robotic “assets” after him; and someone else – always a beautiful woman – within the Agency, or with close ties to it, that tries to help him in some way. There’s also the inevitable (and very well executed) car chase through a major city, and many guns and other hi-tech gadgetry on display throughout each
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