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Review: 'Bourne Legacy' (2012)

The Bourne Legacy is born again with Tony Gilroy, as he steps up from co-writer of the prior three film installments to director, taking the reins of blockbuster success from Paul Greengrass. 335 more words

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My Favorite Movies #83: Bourne, Jason Bourne

Not long after The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, I was researching a book project on espionage and special military operations when I read a wonderful book entitled A Short Course on the Secret War. 2,033 more words

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Matt Damon to reprise role as Jason Bourne

(CNN) — Actor Matt Damon confirmed that he will return to the role of Jason Bourne in 2016 after stepping out of the spotlight for the fifth installment of the popular action series. 182 more words

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Gyllenhaal Exquisitely Creepy in 'Nightcrawler'

Nightcrawler
Three and a half stars (out of four)
R (violence, including graphic images, language)
117 minutes

In the thriller “Nightcrawler,” Jake Gyllenhaal delivers an exquisitely creepy, career-defining performance. 931 more words

Film Hopscotch

Part of the fun of hanging out with old friends (at the very least fr me and mine) is the movie marathons we get into, some combination of movies we saw together back in the day, or movies we saw independently that we want to watch as a group, or even movies that only one or two of us saw that we want to introduce to the rest of the group.   157 more words

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Review: The Bourne Legacy


An almighty cash-in, or for once a clever spin-off from the Bourne trilogy?

I’m afraid mostly the former. Now I was suckered into the trailer for Legacy, and even the tagline: “There was never just one” I couldn’t argue against, after all, Matt Damon’s Jason Bourne was part of a super soldier program. 337 more words

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STEVEN SODERBERGH RECUTS RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK AS SILENT BLACK AND WHITE MOVIE

Steven Soderbergh has posted his Black and White silent recut of Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) over at his website, Extension765.com. Why? Well… 335 more words

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