Armed with a license to kill, Secret Agent James Bond sets out on his first mission as 007, and must defeat a private banker to terrorists in a high stakes game of poker at Casino Royale, Montenegro, but things are not what they seem.
After escaping from the emotional and physical pain he previously encountered. Jason Bourne and his girlfriend Marie begin a new life as far away as possible. But when an assassination attempt on Bourne goes horribly wrong, Bourne must re-enter the life he wanted to leave behind, in order to find out the truth why they are still after him.Written by
The 14 November 2003 draft of the screenplay credits Brian Helgeland for a rewrite. He is not credited in the final film. See more »
The banners carried by the protesters contain several spelling errors, including "Meer" (ocean) instead of "Mehr" (more). This is inspired from a real incident where the Germans protested against education budget cuts by putting spelling errors into their banner texts. See more »
[voiceover - memories]
This is not a drill, soldier. We clear on that? This is a live project. You are go. Training is over. Training is over.
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During the end credits the Marines are listed as Jarheads. See more »
The NBC TV network version does the usual time and content edits. The most obvious change is Abbott's suicide being shown off-screen with a cut to outside the building and the gunshot sound and audio of Pamela Landy's shock being heard, all contrary to the theatrical version which showed it in more intense detail. See more »
Greengrass's style for these kinds of movies is just perfect
Bourne is an intelligent guy He's not Bond who relies on potential gadget He has that cleverness to think on his feet, improvise, make up a plan, and execute it with unbelievable talent, using nothing but what's in front of him
Matt Damon has got all the Bourne elementsgreat actions, really cool ability, a great sense of immaculate timing and a little bit of understanding thrown in too Demon's instincts are profound where the given character is actually very gloomy
Jason Bournean ex-CIA agent infused with violence, is a man who's killed people in cold blood And yet you feel he's at war with himself Jason, is above all, emotionally truthful That's what director Paul Greengrass have done here It's that feeling of realism, of truthfulness
The car chase is magnificent It is about desperation Jason has got to get to his young woman's apartment to say sorry That was his only aim in that moment
Joan Allen brings that cool, cerebral intelligence to the part of Pamela Landy She's a worthy opponent for Bourne
"The Bourne Supremacy" takes us to real places in Europe like Berlin where the East-West conflict was focused; to Moscow, a place of uncertainty and peril and good fortune and to Goa, India's most charming of state capitals
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