The Dallas Movie Screening Group

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Jason Bourne




Synopsis: In the fifth film in the series Jason Bourne is drug back into the muck and the mire as he is once again trying to piece together the fragmented memory's he can't seem to hold on to. And this time he is on a path of vengeance.

Review Summary: Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon team up once again to make yet another good action film. Although out of the four Matt Damon installments this might be the most lackluster. The action scenes are riveting, and the performances are terrific. The only problem that seemed to take this movie down a notch is the jumbled story. There are moments where it is as if your eyes are glued to the screen, but then a scene comes along that feels it is out of left field. When Bourne is on screen there are no complaints, but the weird political agenda that is thrown in at times totally didn't seem like a Bourne film. Overall Jason Bourne is a good action film with lots of amazing set pieces, but with a duo such as Greengrass and Damon you expect more than just good, you expect great.
(Review by Joel Hinson)














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