The Bourne Identity
Wounded to the brink of death and suffering from amnesia, Jason Bourne is rescued at sea by a fisherman. With nothing to go on but a Swiss bank account number, he starts to reconstruct his life, but finds that many people he encounters want him dead. However, Bourne realizes that he has the combat and mental skills of a world-class spy – but who does he work for?
- Category:Action, Mystery, Thriller
- Stars:Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, Clive Owen, Walton Goggins, Matt DamonChris Cooper, Brian Cox, Judy Parfitt, Gabriel Mann,
- Country:USA, Germany, Czech Republic
- Director:Doug Liman,
- Writer:Tony Gilroy (screenplay), W. Blake Herron (screenplay), Robert Ludlum (novel)
Matt Damon stars as Jason Bourne, a barely alive amnesiac with a pair of bullet wounds in his back, pulled from the Mediterranean by Italian fishermen. Bourne';;s only clue to his own identity is a bank account number etched on a capsule implanted in his body. He quickly finds the Zurich bank where money, a gun, and a few identification documents await, but after he';;s pursued by security goons at the American consulate, Bourne realizes he can trust no one and offers a German gypsy named Marie (Franka Potente) ten thousand dollars for a ride to Paris. Encountering more professional killers bent on his destruction, Bourne discovers that he possesses a surprising degree of skill in combat, martial arts, and linguistics -- handy talents that clearly indicate his past includes work as a spy and assassin, but for whom? With Marie';;s reluctant help, Bourne edges closer to the truth, something CIA officials want concealed at all costs . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Bourne Identity torrent reviews
(us) wrote: 99% of sequels don't live up to the original movie. But there is still that 1%, which does occasionally happen among animated movies! This is not one of them. Still, it's pretty good, but really just more of the same story. The Octopus is a nice new character, but I missed some of the old ones.
(mx) wrote: Mostly rubbish. 'Flight of the Conchords' are urged by the films cover that this is a must see! Bull Shit! Jermaine Clements is in one scene that lasts no longer than 2 minutes. Rhys Darby is the funniest thing in this movie but only gets 2 scenes both put together must come to about 5 or 6 minutes in total. Bret McKenzie is in this movie quite a lot but somebody forgot to give him any jokes or humorous scenarios. So basically I doubt that Conchord fans would be happy with this outcome. Jessica Grace Smith is very good as is Suze Tye but Raybon Kan is very hit and miss. I was expecting a much nastier funnier movie and got very little. The cover also claims it is as funny as 'Shaun of the dead'... It's not even close... So fuck off!
(us) wrote: An uneven collection of short films about lost souls and emotions or predicaments that they're dealing with. Some of them are very dark and depressing. The best of the bunch is "Bangers" with Cate Blanchett playing a mad woman. She was fantastic! Deborra-Lee Furness' (Hugh Jackman's wife) short "Standing Room Only" was fun also although Hugh Jackman lovers will be disappointed by his lack of dialogue and presence in it. "Supermarket" with Illeana Douglas and Jeff Goldblum was very weird and I didn't really get the point Illeana was trying to make with it. "The Same" was very disturbing but artsy (no dialogue at all) and it says it stars Josh Hartnett but he's only in it for 3 very brief (seconds) scenes. "A Whole New Day" isn't too bad and James Gandolfini is always compelling to watch but "New Year's Eve" with Keira Knightly (also not really the start of the piece) was just boring and I didn't really get "Eustace Road" with Paul Bettany either, although I like him a lot. You can skip this one unless you really like weird, artsy shorts.
(ca) wrote: if you put aside andy in a body suit then, you are ok. I thought this movie as come nice idea and message. But it could've been better, but of course, it wouldn't hurt to check this movie out.
(es) wrote: Altogether this is a pretty well-made documentary. It dargs a bit at parts, and at some times the information given seems a bit trivial. However, If you are a fan of Bukowski--this is essential viewing. I am not a die-hard fan of Bukowski. I think his writings are at times insightful, but other times I have trouble connecting with them. I will say though that this documentary works better as a character study than an examination of a man and his art. I would reccomend this film to fans and non-fans a like--just dont expect to have your views on Bukowski converted.
(jp) wrote: Awesome movie keeps you guessing the whole time
(ag) wrote: Eastwood's macho and Malkovich's melancholia entwine - we are at a spellbound. Brilliant movie and highly entertaining.
(br) wrote: Boring long story of America..
(us) wrote: You know what? You all need to shut up. If you don't like the movie... Just say it simple. You don't like it. Don't be going on about: The Make-up is nasty. The Costume is hideous. Why did they do that? Catwoman is supposed to be white. Why did they make her black? Enough Bullshit. To me... the movie is amazing. I like it. Enough said. What? You all have something to say to me? Bring it. I won't back down.
(us) wrote: De Niro is the master!