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The Bourne Legacy [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy + UltraViolet] (Bilingual)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jeremy Renner, Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz, Albert Finney, Joan Allen
  • Directors: Tony Gilroy
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Release Date: Dec 11 2012
  • Run Time: 135 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0088PCZ3E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,974 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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The Bourne Legacy takes the action-packed Bourne series to an explosive new level. On the verge of having their conspiracy exposed, members of the government's intelligence community will stop at nothing to erase all evidence of their top secret programs - even the agents involved. Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) must use his genetically-engineered skills to survive the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse and finish what Jason Bourne started. Also starring Academy Award® winner Rachel Weisz and Academy Award® nominee Edward Norton, critics are calling this a "thrilling, edge-of-your-seat heart-pounder" (Meg Porter Berns, WSVN-TV (FOX), Miami).


La Peur dans la peau : L’Héritage de Bourne propulse cette série déjà remplie d’action à un nouveau degré explosif. Leur complot étant sur le point d’être révélé au grand jour, des membres du service des renseignements du gouvernement feront tout en leur pouvoir pour éliminer toute trace de leurs programmes ultrasecrets, y compris les agents impliqués. Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) doit user de ses habiletés génétiquement modifiées pour survivre à un jeu du chat et de la souris endiablé et compléter ce que Jason Bourne avait commencé. Mettant également en vedette la lauréate des Academy AwardMD°° Rachel Weisz et le candidat aux Academy AwardMD†† Edward Norton, ce long métrage est considéré par la critique comme « un film à sensations fortes aussi palpitant que saisissant » (Meg Porter Berns, WSVN-TV (FOX), Miami).

Sort of a sequel, not quite a reboot--The Bourne Legacy is not easy to peg as a follow-up to the original Matt Damon trilogy. Except for this: it's a heckuva satisfying spy picture, an ingenious expansion on the Bourne universe that also meets the expectations of a multiplex title circa 2012. (Plenty of action to go with the espionage talk, in other words.) Jeremy Renner takes center stage as Aaron Cross, an agent groomed by the government program that also unleashed Jason Bourne, but with a few new wrinkles. Cross is busy training in Alaska when he's caught in a tsunami of hurt, thus beginning a frantic search for answers that leads to a mad motorcycle chase through the streets of Manila. He picks up a partner in government doctor Marta Shearing, who is mighty confused herself after nearly being caught in a madman's bloody rampage. She's played by Rachel Weisz; like Renner, she lifts her character above the usual genre expectations. Kudos to writer-director Tony Gilroy, who scripted the other Bourne installments--he brings his knack for crafting intelligent, complicated stories and zingy dialogue to good use, while simultaneously announcing himself as a potential James Bond director. Two caveats: the movie's timeline makes it slightly confusing to sort things out with the ending of The Bourne Ultimatum--at least on first viewing--and the ending itself sneaks up on us a little abruptly. But the movie's a humdinger anyway: not exactly Bourne again, but something distinct to itself. --Robert Horton

Bonus Features

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Re-Bourne
  • Capturing Chaos: The Motorbike Chase
  • Blu-ray Exclusive Bonus Features

  • Moving Targets: Aaron and Marta
  • Crossing Continents: Legacy on Location
  • Man vs Wolf
  • Wolf Sequence Test
  • Feature commentary with director / co-writer Tony Gilroy, co-writer Dan Gilroy, editor John Gilroy, director of photography Robert Elswit, second unit director Dan Bradley, and production designer Kevin Thompson.
  • BD Live - My Scenes
  • Customer Reviews

    Top Customer Reviews

    By Inkhorn HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Sept. 18 2013
    Format: Blu-ray
    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.

    Can they really do all this?
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    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    Ordered this DVD and unfortunately cannot play it, as it is a European version and can't be viewed on a North American device 😒. Am able to return it, unfortunately the return shipping (to the UK) is more than the DVD.
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    Format: Blu-ray
    We were all set to be disappointed by this `bandwagon' sequel, especially as Jeremy Renner (the unedifying `Hurt Locker' and mumble-vision `The Town') had the lead role. Happily, however, we were completely wrong. The shadowy world of the Treadstone and Black Briar conspiracies are joined by the even shadier Outcome project as the prime movers try to shut down their operations before the full story breaks in the media (leaked by Pamela Landy in the last film). The plotting and narrative pace is easily as taut as the previous films in the series which really comes as no surprise given that Tony Gilroy was also a member of the screenwriting team for the previous movies. The film does not suffer from the absence of Matt D (although a cameo appearance would have been nice) as Jeremy Renner is surprisingly good as the renegade Outcome operative Aaron Cross. The plot is nowhere near as complex as the earlier films and there's very little of the "who's side is he on" complication beloved of the conspiracy thriller genre but the action just piles along at a relentless pace culminating with probably the best chase sequence ever. An all-round excellent film but with the emphasis on action rather than twisty-turny plot lines it isn't quite in the same class as its predecessors.
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    By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on June 30 2015
    Format: Blu-ray

    If you have seen the trilogy then there are really no spoilers in this film. The movie picks up where the last one left off, meaning this will be difficult to follow if you are not familiar with the trilogy. Treadstone, a secret CIA assassin operation is being shutdown and all loose ends are being eliminated...meaning anyone who can spell "Treadstone."

    The film concentrates on one operative Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) who fakes his death to survive. Now a great flick would have been Jeremy going back and taking out the CIA men who seek to kill him. But they didn't do that...yet. Instead they interject Rachel Weisz as Dr. Marta Shearing to create a bizarre plot only to end nearly the same as the first Bourne film.

    In the next film, Rachel will be killed and Aaron will have to go after the assassin and then apologize to the families of people that he has killed... unless they can convince Matt Damon to come back. Hopefully this is just a tie-in film like "Star Wars 2" and not meant to be great.

    What we loved about the Bourne series was the "MacGyver" aspect of Matt Damon being able to create something out of just about anything due to his elite training. I didn't get enough of that. I didn't "feel it" like I did during the original trilogy. There were no great lines like, "If you were in your office we would be having this conversation face to face." I was disappointed in this film which can be added to the list of lame blockbusters that has come out this summer, with a few exceptions.

    PARENTAL GUIDE: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.
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    By Bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER on Oct. 30 2013
    Format: Blu-ray
    We start off technically where we left off. And for those of US that have not left off. There are plenty of flashbacks to catch us up where we left off.

    Jason Bourne is still on the loose; he gets a cameo picture in this movie. Our new hero for this film is the estranged operative Aron Cross (Jeremy Renner) who comes in from the cold to find he was scheduled for dispatch. Only he has no intention of coming in quietly. He is assisted and assists the beautiful Dr. Marta Shearing (Rachel Weisz) as they race for a cure and escape from the evil U.S. government cabal of know-it-alls.

    Lots of blood and guts and cheesy scenes, beautiful women, big guns, wide country, and no definitive ending.

    Okay now we are ready for the next movie.
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