Jason BourneThe folks at Latino Review - you may remember them as the guys who were so excited about the Halo script - have gotten their hands on a screenplay (draft #2, dated September of this year) for The Bourne Ultimatum, the third and final installment in the series. Me, I love these movies, particularly the second one. In my opinion, good, clean action without too many entanglements is something we don't see enough of these days, and Supremacy was great because it felt like a throwback to the nasty action flicks of the 70s. Point being, that I'll be seeing Ultimatum pretty much no matter what.

Those of you with more discerning tastes, however, may want to hedge your bets. According to Latino Review, Tony Gilroy's early screenplay is, in a word, "boring." The plot, which involves Bourne finding his true identity, is described as having a "rehashed" feel: Treadstone is after Bourne. They chase each other through major world cities. There's a big fight. You get the idea - if you liked it in the first two, you'll like it in this one. If you're looking for something new or innovative, however, it doesn't sound like you're going to find it here. Which really, isn't very surprising, is it?

[via Movies Online]

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