100

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
A conventionally heightened series of escapes and clashes and hide-and-seek gambits, yet the way the film has been made, nothing that happens seems inevitable -- which is to say, anything seems possible. There's a word for that sensation. It's called excitement.
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88

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Wilmington
Close to perfect example of an expertly designed and executed thriller.
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88

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
If you've forgotten the kick you get from watching a globe-trotting, butt-kicking, whiplash-paced action movie done with humor, style and smarts, take a ride with The Bourne Supremacy.
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88

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Taut, tightly paced and thrilling, with some of the best chase sequences -- whether by foot, taxi or Jeep -- in recent memory.
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75

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
The way Greengrass lets you feel the violence is impressive. Most movie heroes punch through armies without scraping their knuckles, but Bourne's a believable wreck by midpoint.
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70

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Supremacy certainly works on its own terms, but those terms are limiting. It's an entertainment machine about a killing machine.
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
Supremacy has thrills, but without Potente's presence, it loses its soul.
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60

The Hollywood Reporter

By Michael Rechtshaffen
Like its various post-Cold War European locations, the film remains chilly and distant. Every time you feel like you're finally grabbing hold of something involving, the picture once again spins frustratingly out of reach.
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Almost everything that made "The Bourne Identity" refreshing -- the wit, the irony, the suspense, the novelty of its premise -- is gone in The Bourne Supremacy, and what's left is the spectacle of Matt Damon, with perfect posture and senses primed like a cat, making his way through a routine action thriller.
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50

New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
The movie is mostly a series of frenetic clashes, dubious near misses and car chases. It lacks the human interest and snowy splendor of the first movie, directed by Doug Liman.
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73 out of 100
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