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Old 08-05-2007, 07:23 PM   #16
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I'm going in an hour. Very excited!
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It really was another great flick. They had damn well better film another one though because the ending left me hanging.
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I thought this was the best of the 3 films.

The big tie in to Supremacy completely threw off my idea of when it all took place.
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I agree. This is my favorite of the 3 films. I thought the second was better than the first. I love the director. He is amazing.

Matt Damon was great as Bourne, again!!!
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There's a good article on cnn.com about Matt Damon and Bourne Ultimatum

http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/Movi....ap/index.html

"Damon said he senses he's done with the "Bourne" films, but he might be interested if Greengrass were to return to make another.

Greengrass and Damon hope to collaborate on the Iraq war drama "Imperial Life in the Emerald City," though Damon may be unable because of a scheduling conflict for Soderbergh's upcoming corporate-whistleblower tale "The Informant."



"Ludlum's "Bourne" books were set amid the Cold War, but Damon said the movie adaptations reflect our current world. Though the Iraq war is not explicitly mentioned, Bourne's actions and revelations serve as a commentary on those events, he said.

"I just love that he tries to atone for what he's done at the end of the second movie. It was a really nice thing in a kind of mainstream action movie. To have that be your final beat is something I had never seen before, and I liked what that said particularly at that time," Damon said.

"All of these movies are very much of the time that they were made, and at a time when we had gone into this war. To have this character aware of what he had done and try to take responsibility for his actions I thought was a really good thing."


And how is "Bourne Ultimatum" of its time?

"It's this guy who has done these horrible things, but now we see he thought he was doing them for the right reasons at the time he did them, but he realizes he was sold a bill of goods," Damon said. "So that's very much a movie for today."
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The big tie in to Supremacy completely threw off my idea of when it all took place.
Same here. When I saw it I thought it was the bit where Bourne said "Get some sleep..." was a different time but it was from Supremacy. It took a bit to figure out the timeline, but I like how closely they were weaved together.
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Saw it tonight, and it was fantastic!

I especially loved the fight scene between Bourne and Desh. That kicked some serious ass!
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^ I agree. It really made me want to beat the hell out of someone as I walked out of the theater, though.

Thankfully there were no small children present, so there wasn't anyone around I knew I could take ...

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