This movie picks up two years later, when Jason Bourne thought that he had escaped his former life but his nightmares told him otherwise. His memory had still not completely returned but his subconscious revealed more about his past every time he slept. Making a life with Marie was all he ever wanted but that was about to change when an assassin tracks them down in India. He swore if the CIA ever came after him, he would take the fight to them and he does just that in the movie, heading straight to the source, CIA taskforce leader Pamela Lanby, the woman in change of bringing him in.
The Bourne Identity set a new standard in the spy thriller but this movie, about Jason Bourne's next adventure had achieved the same high standards.
Matt Damon returns as the troubled CIA assassin struggling with memory loss and the realisation of what he has done.
The second novel in author Robert Ludlum's Bourne Trilogy, The Bourne Supremacy takes up the story two years after the events of the first. Here we find Jason still suffering with amnesia but his subconscious is revealing memories while he sleeps, memories that he would rather not have. This is what makes the character so intriguing. We all know as much about his past as he does and I, the viewer follow him on his journey as he finds out what he has done as more revelations are revealed.
Matt Damon is what makes these movies so 'watchable'. He has crafted a character that is both vulnerable and deadly, as his emotions and mental torment are subdued by the black-ops training he received as part of the CIA's Treadstone project. This is a character of very few words but Damon can convey much...