Tuesday, August 07, 2007
It's Matt Damon's third part of the Bourne film titled "Bourne Ulitmatum", a story of Jason Bourne dodging new, superior assassins as he searches for his unknown past while a government agent tries to track him down.
It's so consistent with the first two parts and ties the whole trilogy seamlessly. Though there may be a lot of impossibilities with this fiction movie, it can effectively get the audiences' approval. Matt fits the role consistently as he did in the past.
Intended for adult audiences because of its violent scenes, it would even be advisable for them to be more critical about the film. It did succeed in portraying violence in a Hollywood style, action-packed way, but still, violence is violence, especially when it comes to getting away from the law. The film dwells on sensitive issues as brainwashing, retaliation, and violence. No amount of reasoning can justify a violent act. Sooner or later, the film has to opt for a way to end the cycle of violence. In a way, "Bourne Ultimatum" showed that.
Rating: 3.5 / 5