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The Bourne Ultimatum (Widescreen Edition)

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Matt Damon returns as highly trained assassin Jason Bourne, who is on the hunt for the agents who stole his memory and true identity. With a new generation of skilled CIA operatives tracking his every move, Bourne is in a non-stop race around the globe as he finally learns the truth behind his mysterious past. Loaded with incredible fight and chase sequences, it's the exhilarating movie with "mind-blowing action" (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times) that you can't afford to miss!


The often breathtaking, final installment in the Bourne trilogy finds the titular assassin with no memory closing in on his past, finally answering his own questions about his real identity and how he came to be a seemingly unstoppable killing machine. Matt Damon returns for another intensely physical performance as Jason Bourne, the rogue operative at war with the CIA, which made him who and what he is and managed to kill his girlfriend in the series' second film, The Bourne Supremacy. Now looking for payback, Bourne goes in search for the renegade chief of CIA operations in Europe and North Africa, partnering for a time with a mysterious woman from his past (Julia Stiles) and constantly--constantly--on the run from assassins, intelligence foot soldiers, and cops. Directed by Paul Greengrass (United 93) with the director’s thrilling, trademark textures and shaky, documentary style, The Bourne Ultimatum is largely a succession of action scenes that reveal a lot about the story’s characters while they’re under duress. Joan Allen, Albert Finney, David Strathairn, Scott Glenn, and Paddy Considine comprise the film’s terrific supporting cast, and the well-traveled movie leads viewers through Turin, Madrid, Tangiers, Paris, London, and New York. Overall, this is a satisfying conclusion to Bourne’s exciting and protracted mystery. --Tom Keogh

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Special Features

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Man on the Move: Jason Bourne
  • Rooftop Pursuit
  • Planning the Punches
  • Driving School
  • New York Chase
  • Feature Commentary with Director Paul Greengrass

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Matt Damon, Joan Allen, Albert Finney, Scott Glenn, Colin Stinton
    • Directors: Paul Greengrass
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
    • Dubbed: French, Spanish
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: December 11, 2007
    • Run Time: 116 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (998 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000VWYJ86
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,562 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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    A satisfying conclusion to the trilogy? That would be like crediting "The Matrix" with a satisfying level of originality.

    Everything the makers, cast and crew have learned about what makes the Bourne formula tick, and click, is revved to supercharged perfection in this pinnacle of a movie.

    More is not always better (Matrix 2?), but with careful attention to detail and a plot that works like a Rolex, Ultimatum's unrelenting pace never feels overblown. Matt Damon's impenetrable oasis of razor focus and quiet, seething menace, now seeming to melt glass, finds a new level of counterpoint in this movie. Damon has become so riveting in this role, it's almost possible to overlook the stellar cast around him, matching step for step in a multi-threaded, multi-tiered, multi-national locomotive of twists and action played out with the orchestration of a Beethoven score.

    There's something just plain admirable about a movie franchise which insists on digging deeper, finding something more, when a cruise-control third installment would have sufficed and certainly made bank anyway.
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    (4 1/2 *'s) `The Bourne Ultimatum' is a non-stop thriller ride that easily propels itself to the top of 2007's three-peat super summer. The third in the series, Jason Bourne (played superbly by a tough and tormented Matt Damon) still suffers his same identity crisis, this time criss-crossing his way across the globe with breakneck speed. Suspenseful for more than the thrill of the chase, we are given a gripping sense of drama as CIA director, Noah Vosen (played with tough officiousness by David Strathairn in another great performance) and his sparring co-leader, Pamela Landy (Joan Allen in an admirably complex role) come to grips with Bourne and his alleged treason against their assassination operation. Hooking up with a fellow operative Nicky Parsons (a sleight-of-hand Julia Stiles), Bourne and associates provide enough development to keep us guessing throughout.

    Besides all of the identity intrigue, the action is relentless without being predictable. All the scenes of chase and violence are fresh and invigorating. Flashbacks from Jason's fragmented memory add substance to the fray, and the board room tension at control central, both at the CIA and the UK are formidable. Creeping into his memory at various times, senior CIA figure, Dr. Albert Hirsch (in a welcome sunset role by Albert Finney), gives the mystery proper credence. While I found Greengrass's direction a mastery of timing, drama, and movement, I do have a quibble with the editing. Although an acquired taste, too many scenes are presented as an enhanced blur, both in the thick of the chase and with the flashback sequences. Just as an observation, the revelations presented are satisfying with the resolution of his identity being one of the least compelling.
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    Jason Bourne (Damon) is still searching for his true identity, and is once again becoming a thorn in the side of the CIA. Noah Vosen (Strathairn), head of black ops targets him for elimination, and soon he is on the run again. This time around agents Pamela Landy (Allen) and Nicky Parsons (Stiles) are on his side, offering their assistance to stop the darker aspects of the CIA as well as help him find himself.

    "The Bourne Ultimatum" is an excellent action movie, and a fitting end(?) to the Bourne trilogy. The best of the three and the best threequel of the summer, "Bourne" is nonstop action with a smart story. Matt Damon falls back into Bourne's shoes easily, and the supporting cast is once again top notch. The "Bourne" series has delivered top notch stories and action from the beginning, and it would be a shame if it didn't continue beyond this point. This is one of the best action trilogies ever made. I highly recommend this film.
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    The Bourne Ultimatum DVD

    The Bourne Ultimatum is the third installment of the popular Borne seriesThe Bourne Identity (Widescreen Extended Edition)The Bourne Supremacy (Widescreen Edition) featuring Matt Damon as an amnesiac CIA assassin who is on a quest to discover his true identity. This is the probable end of this trilogy, but who knows, if the public keeps buying it, Hollywood will keep pumping them out.

    Highly recommended for fans of Matt Damon, Robert Ludlum on whose novel it is based and the Bourne series of movies.

    Gunner March, 2008
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    The enigma that is Jason Bourne (a focused, determined, conflicted performance by the terrific Matt Damon) is almost (there is indeed room for a Bourne4) un-masked by the end of this film: the newest installment of a series of now three excellent films; the last two directed by Paul Greengrass who also directed the staggeringly focused and shatteringly emotional "Flight 93."
    On the very basic level, through all three films, Bourne has been on a quest to find himself: who he is, who he was and why he does the things that he does. His memory is limited to a few flashes of memory here and there about his history which leads him in "Ultimatum" to where he began: C.I.A. training HQ.
    Director Greengrass directs this film with intelligence and a thoughtfulness this type of film rarely gets: in fact this type of international thriller is non-existent in the New Millennium outside the Bourne series. Antecedents of this series lead you back to the 1960's and 1970's in films like "The Spy Who Came In From the Cold" or "Three Days of the Condor." Despite this, Greengrass and his writers and of course the source material: the novels of Robert Ludlum make this all of the now and of the today mostly because they focus on the plight of one man so it is easy for us to identify: aren't we all on a quest to find ourselves our entire lives?
    Matt Damon, once thought of as lightweight after films like "Oceans 11" and "Good Will Hunting" has proven the naysayers wrong by playing Jason Bourne from the center of his heart and soul: he is bruised, beat-up, tortured, and whipped not only on the physical level but more importantly on the ethical and cosmic one.
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