6 Responses to “The Bourne Ultimatum: 1/10 Berating”

  1. jonathan 6 August 2007 at 12:03 pm #

    Ah, another review from the hallowed annals of the B-ratings System. I still haven’t seen the second movie, but I thought the first one was awesome. I’ll have to see Supremacy before I go to Ultimatum.

  2. B 6 August 2007 at 12:13 pm #

    A warning: many say Supremacy is not nearly as good as Identity, including me, but others say it is better. I personally think Ultimatum sits above Supremacy and just a smidge below Identity. If Beratings existed for the premiere of Identity, it would most definitely receive a 0/10.

  3. Joeliver 6 August 2007 at 1:08 pm #

    Wait, final installment? I hope not! Check this and this out!

    I thought it was pretty good as well, though toward the beginning a lot of what was happening didn’t seem to fit with Bourne’s character. It also seemed like they had to go through an awful lot of new character introduction and reintroduction (where the heck did that new head of CIA guy come from? Was that supposed to be Tomas Arana?). Despite all that, they pulled themselves up and ended up making another great action flick.

    LOL – Love your rating system.

  4. Luke 6 August 2007 at 1:16 pm #

    Yeah, I agree. It was phenomenal. Janna and I walked out going, “Wow, I’m glad it’s over because I need a break! Whew!” The action and excitement almost never stopped. Good stuff. Thanks for the review B-man.

    Jonathan – I have Supremacy if you’d like to borrow it to catch up.

  5. B 6 August 2007 at 1:34 pm #

    I shouldv’e done more research before posting this. Thanks, Joel!

    Yeah dude, I like Tomas Arana as an actor way more than Scott Glenn. I guess I was referring to the last installment of the original trilogy written by Robert Ludlow, but I shouldn’t have assumed it was the last movie. This is Hollywood we’re talking about… where money rules all. What was I thinking?

  6. jonathan 24 August 2007 at 12:41 pm #

    Just saw Ultimatum a couple nights ago. I definitely thought it was the best of the three; better even than Identity (which is saying a lot)

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