Written January 29, 2015
While the plot of "The Bourne Legacy" takes place around the time of "The Bourne Ultimatum," in some ways it felt like a reboot of "The Bourne Identity." It was a good way to introduce the world to Jeremy Renner's Aaron Cross character, and for us to care about him. Renner did a nice job taking over the reins, and he and Rachel Weisz shared great chemistry.
Edward Norton plays a familiar but solid villain, while Stacy Keach, Scott Glenn, Joan Allen, David Strathairn and Albert Finney have short but important roles.
Here's hoping Matt Damon can be talked into returning to the series someday, but if not, Jeremy Renner can definitely pick up the reins.
Written July 25, 2016
It was okay and I didn't mind seeing it in the theatre, but the other 3 Bourne movies were better. I will still watch the original Bourne movies but I doubt I will watch this one again.
Written September 28, 2016
I thought it started out confusing with the different plots and scenes going on, but it was very well put together, in my opinion. Very ACTION PACKED SCENES and wonderfully done. The only thing that I questioned was "how did he get a cutting knife on the plane to cut the transparent cover"? I really enjoyed it and I think it's a must see on a big screne.
Written July 01, 2016
I like Jeremy Renner, and enjoyed the other Bournes, but for whatever reason, not so much this one.......
Written July 28, 2016
This sequel to the Bourne Trilogy maintains the level of adrenaline of the others. Its premise is plausible and thoughtful. The action scenes and effects are impressive. I thought Rachel Weisz's performance could have been better. Still, ... I'm looking forward to the nest one.