And the exciting trilogy concludes with a movie that lets us be more knowledgeable in some places than Jason Bourne–we know, for instance about the Asset, when Bourne has no idea. This film seems very much a product of its time with Joan Allen and David Strathairn facing off about how we will be as a country.* Unlike the first two films, the action sequences were mostly hard to follow, sinking into a blurry mishmash of stuff happening
Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home, in anticipation of Filmspotting Madness 2019
*Around this time, the US was grappling with the issue of how much we would use torture to get information we needed. This comes right through in the plot of this film.