The Bourne Supremacy (4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, UltraViolet, Includes Digital C)
They should have left him alone.
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4K UltraHD Details
- Rated: PG-13
- Run Time: 1 hours, 49 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: December 6, 2016
- Originally Released: 2017
- Label: Universal Studios
- 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Features:
- Encoding: Region [unknown]
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Matt Damon & Franka Potente|
|Performer:||Julia Stiles, Karl Urban, Gabriel Mann & Joan Allen|
|Directed by||Paul Greengrass|
|Edited by||Christopher Rouse & Richard Pearson|
|Screenwriting by||Tony Gilroy|
|Composition by||John Powell|
|Produced by||Pat Crowley, Frank Marshall & Paul Sandberg|
|Director of Photography:||Oliver Wood|
|Executive Production by||Doug Liman, Jeffrey M. Weiner & Henry Morrison|
Rating: B -- While not as engaging as "The Bourne Identity," the sequel fills a void in the undernourished spy movie genre.
Get ready for one wild car chase after another in THE BOURNE SUPREMACY....This is an incredibly detailed and creative soundtrack that does a good job of enveloping the audience...
You can't put a price on a film-maker who still believes stunts should be shot in the street and not the editing suite Full Review
Rating: 4/4 -- As Bourne seeks to uncover his past and bury those who would cross him, director Paul Greengrass masterfully blends sight, sound and silence to do much more than entertain: This film leaves a deep psychological imprint. Full Review
The Film Yap
Rating: 4/5 -- Second in trilogy is a smooth but violent thriller. Full Review
Common Sense Media
Rating: 3/4 -- A minor step above the entertaining (yet underwhelming) The Bourne Identity... Full Review
Reel Film Reviews
3 stars out of 4 -- The movie skillfully delivers a series of fights, stalkings, plottings and chases...
Matt Damon returns as amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne in this fast-paced follow-up to 2002's THE BOURNE IDENTITY. Forced out of hiding as the result of an attempt on his life, Bourne fulfills his earlier promise to wreak vengeance on his former CIA employers, some of whom may be in league with murderous Russians. Brian Cox and Joan Allen are both great as warring agency chiefs convinced Bourne orchestrated the murder of two of their own in a deal gone bad. Thanks to tense, gritty direction by Paul Greengrass (BLOODY SUNDAY), the plot stays tight, the characters believable, and suspense and thrills flow steady. Moody photography enhances the urban European locations, which--combined with handheld camerawork and fast editing--keeps the action realistic and CGI-free. Vividly capturing the fatalist flavor of Robert Ludlum's original novel, this is "globalism noir" at its finest. Franka Potente and Julia Stiles are back from the original, and the always dependable Marton Csokas shows up as one of Bourne's deadly fellow operatives. A rousing car chase through Moscow may outdo the ones in RONIN and THE FRENCH CONNECTION for visceral speed and length. As the icing on the cake, John Powell provides a menacing, ambient percussive score.
- THEATRICAL RELEASE: JULY 23, 2004
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