The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Mystery, Thriller


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When Jason Bourne is framed for a CIA operation gone awry, he is forced to resume his former life as a trained assassin to survive.


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21 August 2016 | destinylives52
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| As Good As The First One
Matt Damon returns for the second of the "Bourne" movies in "The Bourne Supremacy." Living in India with his girlfriend (played by Franka Potente), Damon's worst fears comes true when he is pursued by a secret agent (Karl Urban). Believing it is the CIA out to kill him, Damon takes the fight to them, unaware that Urban works for a rich, Russian businessman who wants Damon dead to tie up loose ends that began in the first movie. Complicating matters is that Urban has framed Damon for the deaths of a few CIA agents. With two groups out to kill him, Damon not only has to fight to stay alive, he has to figure out why he is being targeted for termination and by who. Although "Supremacy" has a new director, the feel of the first movie carries over to this one — in other words, if you liked "Identity," you will like "Supremacy." Fast pacing, frenetic action, a likable hero, and a new revelation of Damon's past all lead to a very entertaining movie. My most memorable, movie moment of "The Bourne Supremacy" is the scene when Damon fights another Treadstone agent. The fight is raw, brutal, and nasty — something "Bourne" fans have come to expect.

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Trivia

When Bourne visits the assassin Jarda in Germany (Munich), it is never made clear how Jason knew where he was or even who he was. There is one section of dialogue exchanged as - Jarda: "Word in the ether was you'd lost your memory." Jason Bourne: "You still should have moved." - giving the only indication of remembrance. According to the script Jarda is actually the Driver in the Berlin Flashbacks Jason is having. Also, deleted dialogue between Jason and Jarda further explain that Jarda had found Bourne and Maria somewhere in Greece, but Bourne got a leg up on Jarda and could have killed him. In the script Jarda asks Bourne "Why didn't you kill me then?" in which Bourne replies "Because she didn't want me to.".


Quotes

Conklin: This is not a drill, soldier. We clear on that? This is a live project. You are go. Training is over. Training is over.


Goofs

When the 4WD crashes into the river Bourne is able to take one breath of air before it fills with water. He then struggles to escape from the vehicle, pulls Marie clear and attempt to give her mouth to mouth three times. He then sits underwater for a period of time. Whilst Bourne may be very fit and trained to work underwater it seems impossible that he would have been able to perform all this strenuous activity and provide Marie with three mouthfuls of air, all on the one breath. He should have drowned himself.


Crazy Credits

The opening titles only include the production company and the title of the film.


Alternate Versions

The NBC TV network version does the usual time and content edits. The most obvious change is Abbott's suicide being shown off-screen with a cut to outside the building and the gunshot sound and audio of Pamela Landy's shock being heard, all contrary to the theatrical version which showed it in more intense detail.


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Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op. 52
(uncredited)
Composed by
Frédéric Chopin
Played in the Hotel Brecker lobby

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Action | Mystery | Thriller

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