Sequel of 2007 flick 39 The Bourne Ultimatum 39 and the fifth part of Bourne series 39 Jason Bourne 39 directed by Paul Greengrass has recently release

Jason Bourne Movie Review

Jason Bourne Movie Review English Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Jason Bourne"
Runtime: 2 Hours 03 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 05-08-2016
Genre: Action, Thriller
2.5 / 5.0

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  • Director:
  • Movie-Actor:
  • Costume Designer:
  • Mark Bridges
  • Art Director:
  • Choi Ho Man
  • Paul Inglis
  • Mark Scruton
  • Paul Laugier
  • Joe Howard
  • Cornelia Ott
  • Sound Designer:
  • Oliver Tarney
  • First Assistant Director:
  • Chris Carreras
  • Richard Graysmark
  • Second Assistant Director:
  • Mark S Constance
  • Nick Shuttleworth
  • Co-Producer:
  • Chris Carreras
  • Director of Photography:
  • Barry Ackroyd
  • Stunt Director:
  • Randy Beckman
  • Second Unit Director:
  • Simon Crane
  • Visual Effects Producer:
  • Daniel Barrow
  • Casting Director:
  • Francine Maisler
  • Daniel Hubbard
  • Still Photographer:
  • Jasin Boland
  • Melinda Sue Gordon
  • Production Company:
  • Universal Pictures
  • Production Manager:
  • Nick Fulton
  • Juan Cano Nono
  • Distributor:
  • United International Pictures
  • Assistant Editor:
  • Adoma Ananeh Firempong
  • Visual Effects Supervisor:
  • Sean Stranks
  • Josie Henwood
  • Unit Production Manager:
  • Sam Breckman
  • Joan Schneider
  • Michael J Malone
  • Todd Lewis
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • Christopher Rouse
  • Paul Greengrass
  • Matt Damon
  • Grip:
  • Jeff Bettis
  • Alex Fraser
  • Gaffer:
  • Dan Fontaine
  • Production Designer:
  • Paul Kirby
  • Set Decorator:
  • Ronald R Reiss
  • Peter Walpole
  • Casting Associate:
  • Gemma Sykes
  • Casting Assistant:
  • Ebony Hardin
  • Jordana Sapiurka
  • Costume Assistant:
  • Natalie Baillie
  • Leticia Palomares
  • Makeup Artist:
  • Karen Cohen
  • Claire Matthews
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist:
  • Chris Lyons
  • Hair Stylist:
  • Sian Miller
  • Debra Weite
  • Post Production Supervisor:
  • Michael Solinger
  • Special Effects Technician:
  • Martin Marty McLaughlin
  • Stunt Coordinator:
  • Roger Yuan
  • Gary Powell
  • Stunt Performer:
  • Gary Arthurs
  • Daniel Arrias
  • Sam Durrani
  • Kefi Abrikh
  • Stunt Double:
  • Guiomar Alonso
  • Visual Effects Coordinator:
  • Rachel Cadden
  • Compositor:
  • Dean Koonjul
  • _Supporting Actors:
  • Jennie Sherwood
  • Kornelia Horvath
  • Kyle Kesterson
  • LaFonda Whitehead
  • Lenisa Ann Careaga
  • Lisamarie Cowan
  • Lovell Richards
  • Mac Pietowski
  • Marla Aaron Wapner
  • Michael Haydon
  • Neal McNeil
  • Neil Alexander Smith
  • Neve Gachev
  • Kaya Yuzuki
  • Kaveh Khatiri
  • Jeffrey Eldert
  • Jamie Hodge
  • Jay Vincent Diaz
  • Jarrett Ricker
  • James Dormuth
  • Joan Riegert
  • Jody Deats
  • Joe Kennard
  • John Heartstone
  • Jahmilla Jackson
  • Jon Prophet
  • Kaleigh Saunders
  • Nicholas George
  • Nicolas Savidis Macris
  • Vincent Cassel
  • Tommy Lee Jones
  • Tom Bonello
  • Ron Jones
  • Samantha Rose Swart
  • Sarah Armstrong
  • Timothy Skyler Dunigan
  • Tim Baros
  • Stephen Kunken
  • Scott Shepherd
  • Stephanie McIntyre
  • Sheila Vossough
  • Vivian Yoon Lee
  • Yusuf Hofri
  • Nicole Chauvet
  • Nikolaos Brahimllari
  • Norberto Trujillo B
  • Paul Edney
  • Paul Lopez
  • Paul Terry
  • Phil Stillerman
  • Philip Greene
  • Richard Nunez
  • Riz Ahmed
  • Roger Cross
  • Roland Matthews
  • Shane Santos
  • Aaron Strong
  • Ato Essandoh
  • Attila G Kerekes
  • BJ Parker
  • Barbara Edwards
  • Barrie Brown
  • Belen Rosenberg
  • Bill Camp
  • Bobby Akers
  • Andy Mihalache
  • Andrew Dunkelberger
  • Abigail Rich
  • Adonis Simmons
  • Akie Kotabe
  • Alex Martin
  • Alexander Cooper
  • Alexander Garganera
  • Amy De Bhrun
  • Andie Ximenes
  • Bron James
  • Celina Nessa
  • Charles Jean Boucher
  • Ellie Fox
  • Emeson Nwolie
  • Graham Curry
  • Graig Brees Couton
  • Greg Benoit
  • Guna Gultniece
  • Heiko Effenberger
  • Hugo Alonzo
  • Elicia Stokes Navarro
  • Earl Vincent Sherwood II
  • Dino Fazzani
  • Christine de Lota
  • Constance Consola
  • Damon Proctor
  • Daniel Eghan
  • David Ae Levy
  • David Perez
  • Dean Preston
  • Dexter Emery
  • Camera Operator:
  • Josh Medak
  • Onofrio Nino Pansini
  • Sound Mixer:
  • Tim Fraser
  • Jordi Cirbian
  • Boom Operator:
  • Chad Djubek
  • Key Grip:
  • Darren Holland
  • David Appleby
  • Kurt Kornemann
  • Production Supervisor:
  • Robin Mulcahy Fisichella
  • Jo Wallett
  • Costume Supervisor:
  • Martin Mandeville
  • Stunt Driver:
  • Keith Adams
  • Richard Burden
  • Scott Burik
  • Associate Production Manager:
  • Talib Kerns

Sequel of 2007 flick 'The Bourne Ultimatum' and the fifth part of Bourne series, ' Jason Bourne' directed by Paul Greengrass has recently released Worldwide. Here is its review.

Plot: The story starts with a little briefing so that we can connect. CIA is hunting Jason again. The reason behind is hacking of CIA system, and the hacker is Nicky Parson. She even downloads Treadstone which is related to Bourne. CIA comes to know about this hacking and the director Dewey orders to find both Parson and Bourne.

Parson contacts Jason and tells him that it was his father who created Treadstone. Meanwhile, Dewey sends 'The Asset,' the special operative on the hunt of Jason but they find Nicky. Nicky before dying leads Jason to the file she got, and that proves that what she said was all true. Dewey wants to kill Jason, but Jason wants to find the truth. All this forms the plot.

Analysis: Directed and Produced by Paul Greengrass, 'Jason Bourne' is the fifth installment of the series. But in terms of content, this one falls weak and flat. The viewers may end feeling pity after investing few bucks and around 123 minutes. The storyline doesn’t move an inch forward, and we wonder that the writer took so many years to write this story. All the departments have done justice to their work be it editing, screenplay, cinematography, direction, and acting but the script has failed, and that's reason ' Jason Bourne is nothing more than a bore. It is for sure that the flick will earn well and break box office records but critically, it’s a bad film.

Star Performances: The cast has followed the team in this part too and has tried their best to put forward an action thriller in front of the audience. But a good acting performance is not enough to make a great film. Matt Damon is the lead, and we appreciate him in his fight sequences but he is not offered a very meaty role in this flick, and he fails to leave an impact. The same story continues with the rest of the team as they all have put their best foot forward but their characters limit them.

What's there ????

1. Fight scenes in the film are terrific.

2. You can enter the movie hall to experience some good acting performances.

3. Technical department has helped to uplift 'Jason Bourne.'

What's not there ????

1. If you have watched ' Bourne ' earlier, then you will feel this weaker as compared to it.

2. The script of the flick fails to offer something extraordinary to the viewers.

3. If you are a Matt Damon fan, then you'll end up feeling bad as he deserved an impactful role as a lead.

Verdict: A lot is expected by the audience when an installment of a successful series is released but 'Jason Bourne' may disappoint you. Watch it only if you are a fan of 'Bourne' series.