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There was very little tie in and transition from the previous Bourne films. It was hard to follow
the plot line. There were a few references to Jason Bourne but that's about it. The film was a bit long and the motorcycle scene was too long even if you like action. My husband didn't think it was worth the money either. The ending was irritating, obviously setting the stage for a sequel. Almost coulnd't believe the same director/producer of the previous 2 Bourne films did this one.
After sitting through some 20 minutes of very crass, vulgar language, and little to humor, I found
myself shocked that Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis would agree to be in such a movie.
There was no redeeming qualities from our perspective. They could have taken the concept and mane it humorous but this didn't happen. Make sure you don't take your children/young adults to see this movie.
I liked the move. There were some very funny moments. If this movie were not based on a book
written by John Grogan, I would tell you that there are some other endings that would have been more uplifting. For anyone who has lost a pet, and still have feelings about the loss, I wouldn't recommend the movie.
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