• Publication date: November 24, 2011

He May Have Forgot, but He Never Forgave The Bourne Ultimatum: A Trilogy of Non-Stop Action

In part three of the hugely successful Bourne franchise our hero rapidly jumps from one country to another, taking viewers along with him. CIA operatives are on his trail as he bounces from London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Tangier, and Turin. After numerous failed attempts to catch Bourne will the CIA finally succeed? The agency's new advanced technology will certainly give them an upper hand.

In part three of the hugely successful Bourne franchise our hero rapidly jumps from one country to another, taking viewers along with him. CIA operatives are on his trail as he bounces from London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Tangier, and Turin. After numerous failed attempts to catch Bourne will the CIA finally succeed? The agency's new advanced technology will certainly give them an upper hand.

As a refresher, the series' protagonist is a living example of the secretive organization's illegal international operations. In The Bourne Supremacy the CIA's clandestine program to eliminate Jason was dubbed Treadstone; now it is known as Blackbriar.

This time around Mr. Bourne has had enough and wants to specifically identify his adversaries. Fortunately Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles), an agent herself, feels that the organization's actions are immoral and gives the wanted man some survival tips.

Like the films that preceded Bourne Ultimatum there is no shortage of unbelievable action that actor Matt Damon has essentially made his trademark.

The Bourne Ultimatum was awarded 3 Oscars and nominated for a Teen Choice and 2 MTV Movie Awards. Composer John Powell, who scored the previous two Bourne films, returns once again. Electronic artist Moby is also featured on the soundtrack.

Year: 2007

Duration: 115 minutes

Genre: Action, Mystery, Thriller

Starring:

Matt Damon

Julia Stiles

David Strathairn

Scott Glenn

Albert Finney

Joan Allen

Director: Paul Greengrass

Rating: Rated PG-13 for violence and intense action sequences.