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The Bourne Legacy / La peur dans la peau: L'héritage de Bourne (Bilingual)


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  • Actors: Jeremy Renner, Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz, Albert Finney, Joan Allen
  • Directors: Tony Gilroy
  • Format: NTSC
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Release Date: Dec 11 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0088PCYZS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,589 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By L. Power HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Aug. 12 2012
Has Matt Damon given up the Bourne movies? He excelled as Jason Bourne and is a hard act to follow. Bourne Legacy is less of a sequel, and more of a spin off.

Certainly elements of it work very well. Jeremy Renner brings his own brand of intensity to the role, and I like Rachel Weisz as the doctor with whom he goes on the run. I loved the way the scene in her house unfolded with all its twists and turns.

Renner plays a character not named Bourne, but a former soldier named Aaron Cross. Unlike Bourne he remembers everything but seems to be unaware that he was part of a sinister experiment testing for biological weaponry, and he constantly needs medication or something bad will happen.

It's several years later. Treadstone has become an embarrassment, requiring clean up before it gets even more embarrassing.

In covert parlance cleanup means kill. He has been part of a biological warfare experiment though he seems unaware of this, and has to take certain medication. He does have mad lethal skills like Bourne, and he is extremely resourceful. So he becomes the loose end that fights back.

Edward Norton brings his A game as the spook on his trail, giving an outstanding performance and the array of technology at his disposal is impressive.

Matt Damon's Bourne movies are a hard act to follow, nevertheless Bourne Legacy does have its moments. I liked the fact that the answer to the problem lay in the Phillipines, and Cross is resourceful enough to fake a passport with new identities while both he and the doctor are being searched for at the highest levels, and the impressive technology being used to catch them is actually pretty scary. I also found the drone sequences in the wilderness very engaging.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Stanton on March 19 2013
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I love all the previous Bourne movies. This fell way short of the mark. As the actors are usally good, I blame the director. I sold it as soon as I suffered through it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary Gabel on Sept. 16 2013
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Good film. I liked this film as much as the first in the series. Good quality packaging with excellent and prompt delivery. I can enjoy this movie many times over and share with family and friends on my own time.
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By Pamela Ritchie on June 16 2014
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this is a great action movie always moving fast, for the action buff this is a must see, you won't be disappointed
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By APLFREAK on Jan. 30 2014
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Do not! I repeat. Do not waste your hard earned money on this snooze fest. The story and plot are nonsensical and slow as molasses. If you have insomnia then this is the cure. You will regret wasting any time on this drivel because you cannot get that time back. My recommendation is to avoid this stinker at all costs. Keep your money.
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First off, I loved the original Jason Bourne trilogy starring Matt Damon. And I like Jeremy Renner as an actor. But whoever gave the green light to this movie called the Bourne Legacy should be fired...maybe even sued lol. It's absolutely horrible. And I came to the theatre with low expectations wanting to like the continuity of the series. On top of that, the first 15 mins of the movie starts off well enough and had me intrigued. But then we are introduced to Rachel Weiss's? character among other pointless characters...and that is where the whole movie falls apart. The script is horrible, the story line is horrible. For anyone who saw this film...do you even recall what the main storyline is? lol yes it's that forgettable. Oh yeah, I remember now. We have another rogue agent, let's kill him. Just remember what you loved about the original trilogy...and know that ZERO elements of that exist in this piece of garbage. On top of that, we have the new Bourne character who now relies on some sort of drug injection to keep him going. huh? when did this happen?
Now I would love to discuss the ending, because it is by far the worst ending I have ever seen in movies. But I won't spoil this rotting carcus of a movie for those who want to be surprised. lol. I will say this about the ending, as all movies have a final battle. When you do watch the ending...ask yourself two questions. Who actually won the final fight? and what are the specific details on how the fight was won? Say the answers out loud, think about it...and you will almost laugh out loud on how rediculous it was. Seriously. Then after you are done watching this farce, please be sure to watch the origional Jason Bourne trilogy. And know that the original trilogy will never be touched or tarnished or ruined.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By vanessa vermette on Nov. 24 2012
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I like the Bourne with Matt Damon and had no expectation bout this one. It was a new story, new characters, new schemes etc. And yes, it wasn't as good as the Matt Damon ones, but hey I still like it. Jeremy Renner delivers an Aaron Cross who is more hothead and (in my opinion) as a soft spot for Martha (Rachel Weisz). I love how they both evolve separetly and then together. What would have made this movie better? It could have been longer!! :D
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Johanna Kruyer on Feb. 9 2013
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My downfall for this movie is that I have read all the books and the movie did not come close to the storyline or the excitement of the books.
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