Thursday, 6 September 2007

Bourne again

Like I said, I really hope to see The Bourne Ultimatum one day. In the meantime, here is an extract of a review from the New Yorker:

Matt Damon, looking more like a bullet than ever—short hair, blunt nose, no stubble—returns as the out-in-the-cold C.I.A. agent Jason Bourne, who carried out illegal assassinations for the agency, which now wants to get rid of him... Eventually, he gets himself in a position to survey the surveyors and hunt the hunters, but all he wants is the return of his identity, which was filched from him during his training. The director, Paul Greengrass (who also made the second film in the series, "The Bourne Supremacy"), composes the movie in tiny fragments, but we see what we need to see, and the result is pretty nearly always thrilling. Some of the chase sequences go on for as long as ten minutes...


-The New Yorker, August 20, 2007

'Filched' is a great word.

1 comment:

One Salient Oversight said...

Thanks to Team America:World Police, I can never take Matt Damon seriously again.

"Matt Damon"