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Friday, September 07, 2007


I had thoroughly enjoyed the first two Bourne movies and eagerly awaited release of the third.

The movie was wonderfully satisfying in the sense that it did not follow the usual Hollywood diktat of expositions that pander to the lowest common denominator. I felt that the camerawork was rather appropriate and added to the cliffhanger feel of the film. What I liked in particular was the telescoping / dovetailing of the events of the second film into a larger perspective of the third.

Nevertheless, there is a grouse - the idea of operatives / directors of operations speaking in a language that is closer to what you would expect of well-programmed automatons as opposed to well-trained soldiers. There is a difference. However, the grouse can be safely ignored.

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