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Bourne Ultimatum, The Script

IMSDb opinion
  Slick as always.

IMSDb rating
   (8 out of 10)
Average user rating
   (8.14 out of 10)

Writers
  Tony Gilroy
  Scott Z. Burns
  George Nolfi

Genres
  Action
  Adventure
  Mystery
  Thriller

Script Date : June 2007
Movie Release Date : August 2007

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User Comments for Bourne Ultimatum, The

Lucas     (3 out of 10 )
Boring movie, really, everything Jason Bourne does (remember this name looks a lot similar to James Bond) is talk to a guy that gets killed, then go to another country to talk to a guy that's killed, then go to another country to talk to a guy that doesn't get killed, then he jumps out of a building. That's basically the whole plot.


Lucien Grey     (10 out of 10 )
Bourne Ultimatum, has done for action movies in the Noughties, what Die Hard did in the 80's. It is quite possibly the best action movie to be ever made,and i am not exaggerating. The character of Jason Bourne is so believable, not like the overblown supermen of yesteryear. Jason Bourne has to be one of the greatest action characters ever to grace movie screens, along with John McLane and Diry Harry. If he got in a fight with all the Bond incarnations, I have no doubt that he would beat them all with one hand tied behind his back, blindfolded. This is a must see for anyone that loves action movies.


George (10 out of 10 )
Amazing movie. Very true to the "Bourne" style of movie. It's smart, and witty, and it is mostly made for an intelligent audience. It pulls no punches and delivers a very well constructed ending to the Bourne series. It has a lot of emotional power, while at the same time being fast-paced and keeps the viewer glued the whole way.


dannyboy (9 out of 10 )
Superb. The cutting is incredible. You always know what's going on, even when there are three story lines and the action is non-stop. Damon is a marvelous physical actor. You know what he's thinking by the way he moves. And I like the way it shows the corruption of you. S. Agencies, reflecting the corruption of the country.


Kerrie (10 out of 10 )
Oh please Lucas, Jason Bourne is a way better protagonist than James Bond, so don't campare them. Bourne doesn't need any lame ass catch phrases or an old man to make him gadets to keep him alive, just a pen or a magazine even. I think its so much eaiesr to empathise with a man that doesn't bed a diffrent woman every film as well. I think the plot line o the bourne films are brillient I wish they would have made number four.


martin slusser     (10 out of 10 )
Excellent. They keep getting better. As someone it's almost impossible to sit through a lot of time watching TV, let alone drag into a movie theater, I have to say, I'm looking forward to Damon as Bourne in 4. Damon's style in this is great. And, the Bourne movies are the only thing I ever liked him in. He makes Bond look like what he is, a prissy little pretty boy and a bore. Damon and Greengrass do the impossible, they create someone who is every one of us who ever faced giants and was determined to go down fighting. I am Bourne, Bourne is me. We are all of us, at one time or another, Bourne.


Darren     (5 out of 10 )
My rating is for the script, the finished movie is a 9. Loved the movies, really fresh and original. I never understood the Bond similarities, same initials. Secret Agents. Erm. They are both men that kick ass? Really, Harold and Kumar has more in common. Anyway, as much as I enjoyed the movies, the scripts are so badly written it's unreal. Loads of unfilmables like character's feelings and the dreaded "we". Overuse of elipses and asides, adverb city, run on sentences and clunky descriptions, bloody awful writing. BUT- a great story. The dialogue is awful but luckily has great actors to deliver them so works well in the If this was a spec it would never get picked up. Real eye opening stuff for a noob writer like me.


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