On the other hand,Jason Bournes overarching narrative is solid enough to serve the films purposes, even if it does coverwell-trod territory for the franchise. Moreover, Rouse and Greengrass incorporate an intriguing plot thread that involvesfictional social media corporate mogul Aaron Kalloors ( Nightcrawler and The Night Of s Riz Ahmed) dealings with the CIA, adding a layer ofpolitical timelinessthat the film would havelacked otherwise. Indeed, at timesJason Bourne almost plays out like an original politicalthriller in the vein of Damon and Greengrass 2010 filmGreen Zone (here, examining issues ofgovernment surveillance, invasion of privacy and life in the post-Snowden world) that was re-purposed as a Bourne movie. Unfortunately, because of that,the Kalloor plot-line and Jason Bournes story in the filmfeel somewhat disconnected, save for the scenes where they (literally) collide with one another. Article Continues Below Supergirl Season 2: Chris Woods Character In Kryptonian Pod Watch More Matt Damon in Jason Bourne Greengrass, Rouse, and Greengrasslongtime cinematographer Barry Ackroyd bring the proceedings in Jason Bourne to life using theveritevisual style (read: raw handheld camerawork and frequent cutting/editing) that they are now best known for. Althoughthis shaky cam approach will simply never be foreveryone (no matter how well its carried out), Greengrass and his collaborators have mastered those techniques at this stage, as Jason Bourne further illustrates with impressive set pieces and action sequences (taking place in scenic locations likeGreece and Las Vegas) that are easily the Bourne franchises most intricate and complex in design to date. Still, while the set pieces and close-quarter fights in Jason Bourne are certainly thebiggest (and/or most vicious) of the series, theyre not necessarily also better than similar sequences/spectacle in priorBourne films and feel comparatively hollow. Matt Damon is the sturdy anchor that keepsJason Bourne on course, even though the characters arc in the film simply isnt as compelling here as those in the first threeBourne movies. Damon embodies the idea of Jason Bourne having been hardened and left worse for wear after years of living off the grid; not only inphysicality and appearance, but also emotional performance.
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