Throughout the franchise, fight and stunt coordinators Jonathan Eusebio and Jeff Imada have brilliantly crafted realistic fight scenes without the need of James Bond-like gadgets. Don't have a gun? Amazing how a pen can be just as lethal a weapon with the right maneuvers.
I loved the first Bourne movie because of the use of Steadicam even during the fight scenes. This rendered the fight scenes so clearly despite the rough and tumble nature of them that you could almost see every move they made (especially in the Paris apartment). The the two sequels were absolutely trashed where the cinematography was concerned. The DP might have thought that unstable shots made for "edgier" action but all it did was make the viewer nauseous. There were some scenes which were so badly lit that it was like listening to a fight on the radio because you couldn't see anything on screen! At least with this last movie, the cinematography has improved by an order of magnitude even if it isn't as good as the first one.
Very nice thought process. I can see them going more sci fi w/ the gene chroms changes. Afterall Dr. Shearing did say in the movie he had 2 changes but she did not elaborate so that leaves it up in the air for interpretation. Gilroy could go in so many directions with a sequel. What a cool imagination!
I loved it. But, it left me with so many unanswered questions. Like was there another project that dealt with the wolf population? We they running Behavior modification and performing genetic enginnering on that pack? Why else would those wolves track Jeremy Renner? Doc Martha Shearing's boyfriend/husband who was he, where did he go, why the foreign currency in the desk drawer, why did she have a gun? Dr Shearing tells Aaron Cross there were 9 Outcome Agents then 6. What happened to the other 3? Outcome Agents #1, #4 and #6 are shown bleeding thru their nose and then dead. #3 is SUPPOSEDLY blown up in the cabin. They didn't show him dead or any body parts so is #3 REALLY DEAD? Was he doing cabin duty because he fell in love w #2?
The Outcome agent in the cabin said maybe the wolves didn't think Cross is human. I like to think the wolves tracked him because his behavior was modified to the point that it was more "wild" than human. I could be wrong, but I think what happened with the wolves and the interaction with the other Outcome agent were some of the most tense parts of the movie!
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