Wow.... 100% so far. This makes me want to see this even more. I've enjoyed my share of mindless guilty pleasure flicks this summer, but I want to see a movie with a solid story, great writing, and some kick ass action. Looks like this will be it.
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Are these movies really that big? You never hear people talking about the Bourne flicks, yet here's part 3, getting great reviews, and it's destroying everything else in the IMDB August film anticipation poll.
I liked both of the first two movies plenty, but it seems like somehow this is a sleeper franchise in every way.
If I wasn't into home theater, I'd have a whole lotta money.
Looks good. However, be aware that the first reviews on rottentomatoes are always the best. It's not unusual to have a very high initial score until the mainstream reviews come in. Be that as it may, I expect Ultimatum to be in the mid to high 80s on the "fresh meter" by this time next week.
Bourne 3 looks siiiick! Damon just gets progressively more badass as the series continues. I forgot how puny he was in Identity until I watched it again this week. Looks like he had to put on a lot of muscle for Supremacy.
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In other hands, unrelenting nervous camera movement and machine-gun cutting prove wearying more often than not, but Greengrass skillfully employs both not only in the service of excitement, but for the accentuation of telling detail and discreet parceling out of information.
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I loved the first Bourne film, but left Supremency with a splitting headache. I will be avoiding Greengrass films in the future like the plauge. Pity as I would have otherwise loved to have seen this.
The Bourne movies (so far) are two of my favs. I may be looking at the negative, but although RT is 100%, we only have NINE reviews. That's not many. As another poster said, it will probably go down, but I hope to see it remain in the high 80s to low 90s
I guess its a personal taste but wow it sounds like some of you couldnt get in a car without throwing up. People say the same thing about the camera in transformers and while I do agree it shakes it doesnt make me not like the movie or much less dizzey. To each his own.
This is kinda silly of me. But I've seen the trailer several times and it just dawned on me last night as I saw a trailer on TV that this is the first Bourne movie not based in Europe. Finally he comes to the U.S.
Does anybody know if this is for sure the end of the series?
I've read the latest book (Legacy) penned by Eric Van Lustbader with permission from Ludlum's Estate and I am really wondering if they will continue the saga or end it at Ultimatum.
It isn't for certain that it's the "end" of the series but it may be the end for Matt Damon since he's indicated he thinks three films are enough. On the other hand, never say never.....they brought back "Rocky" as an old man, right...? (heh-heh!)
never say never.....they brought back "Rocky" as an old man, right...? (heh-heh!)
"They" didn't bring back "Rocky"--Stallone did. He had to fight to get any financial support for the final Rocky movie, but he really wanted to do it to make up for the lousy "Rocky V." I think he succeeded.
But you may have hinted at a better example: "Never Say Never Again." Connery as Bond after he swore he'd never do that again.
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